Give your wedding day look a boho look and you’ll be looking decidedly dapper as you say ‘I do’.
We love the boho look and it’s as popular as ever for weddings this year. If you’re the groom, you’ll want a wedding day outfit that works with the vibe of the day and makes you look great. Here are our favourite ideas and wedding day essentials for the boho groom.
Boho wedding suits, shirts and shoes
A great suit is the most important part of any groom’s wedding day look and, with a boho theme, you’ve got a whole lot of choice. Once you’ve got your suit sorted, you can add in the right shirt and the perfect pair of shoes to bring your style to life.
Tweed is a popular choice for boho grooms and their wedding suits and it’s easy to see why. It has a really relaxed vibe and there are loads of options for you when it comes to colours. However, if you’re getting married in summer, there’s nothing to stop you rocking linen if that’s what you prefer. In winter, richer fabrics in lush jewel tones are a good call.
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When it comes to trousers, remember that your boho wedding suit doesn’t have to be totally matching so don’t be afraid to mix your fabrics. You might like to wear a pair of chinos rather than going for all-over tweed or you could opt for another colour or fabric altogether. A boho groom can even get away with rolled up trousers or a great pair of jeans so don’t feel that you have to be too formal.
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Waistcoats are a definite part of the boho groom’s wardrobe and again, summer grooms might prefer to wear a waistcoat without a jacket if it’s a warm day. As you’ve opted for a boho style, you don’t need to worry about being too formal so a waistcoat alone will look brilliant.
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A great shirt is always a wise investment and that’s definitely the case for all you boho grooms out there. Crisp white is the classic choice but coloured, checked and even patterned shirts can work just as well. Remember to roll up those sleeves for a relaxed look.
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Shoes are another super important part of your outfit so take your time to find the right pair. Brown shoes really suit the boho vibe and there’s nothing to stop you wearing boots if you prefer. Remember to make sure that the shoes you choose will be comfortable on the day and we definitely recommend wearing them in a little before your wedding.
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Accessories for the boho groom
Accessories really do finish your look and quite often, it’s these extras that define you as the groom. Have some fun with your accessories, try things that you might not usually wear and enjoy experimenting with all the options that are available. Here are some accessories you might like to try:
Fusty cravats or even formal ties don’t always complement a boho groom. Instead, opt for a quirky bow tie or ditch the neckwear altogether.
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If you’re not wearing a waistcoat, consider braces. These break up the expanse of shirt that you’ll get otherwise and they really help you stand out.
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A statement buttonhole is a must for the boho groom. Speak to your florist, discuss your outfit and come up with a design that you’ll love to wear.
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A great watch is another fabulous accessory, particularly if you’re going to be rolling up those sleeves on the big day. We say the chunkier the better!
Looking for more boho wedding inspiration? Then make sure you take a look at the Best Boho Wedding Decorations and make your day really stand out!