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Mixing Patterns

Grooms with fashionable style will love mixing subtle patterns. This vibrant blue herringbone tweed jacket is paired with a checked wool vest in a similar colorway.

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brown tweed jacket with leather collar on groom
Photo: Matt Brown

Fun Textures

Autumn wardrobes generally embrace interesting textures, from woolen knits to suede gloves. We adore gorgeous tweed jackets like these that feature a cool leather collar. This staple is definitely an option that would be worn for many fall seasons ahead.

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groom wears ocean blue tweed jacket with burst orange vest
Photo: Dan Walker

Unique Combinations

If your fella normally wears his debonair best, he might be game to go for a bold tweed jackets and complementary hues. We love the combination of this deep ocean blue tweed jacket with a bright burnt orange vest. The two colors complement each other beautifully, and all without overwhelming this portrait of the couple.

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Neutrals with Attitude

Your groom can stick to your completely neutral color palette, and still have intriguing attire. This simple brown tweed jacket and matching vest is paired with a dashing plaid tie, all in shades of cream and brown.

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Printed Accessories

Likewise, a neutral tweed coat can also be a fantastic backdrop for more lively accessory combinations, such as this dark green plaid tie and floral pocket square.

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A Man's LBD

A man's closet should definitely be stocked with a few staples. And for the fellas, nothing is quite so versatile as a great gray tweed jacket. it can be dressed up or down, and like our favorite LBDs, are a must-have.

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Real Men Wear Plaid

Of course, it really doesn't get better than a handsome Scottish groom rocking a kilt (but, in our defense, we have been watching a lot of Outlander lately...). If you want, add touches of his tartan throughout the ceremony and reception (such as in ribbons tying your bouquets together or as a fun photo backdrop).

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country wedding tweed coats
Photo: Cami Dunn

Country Chic

For country weddings that embrace the rugged and rural, dress the fellas in mismatched wool tweed vests. With simple gingham shirts underneath and dark blue jeans, this is a great look for a rustic wedding party.

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groom in jacket with elbow patches
Photo: Hayley Savage

Collegiate Cool

Nothing brings a sense of collegiate nostalgia quite like a wool jacket with elbow patches. This groom wears one in a subtle plaid, and his bow tie picks up the wine color in the pattern.

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Bright & Colorful

For the ultimate in colorful groom attire, have your husband-to-be find a bright plaid shirt to match your red color palette. This bride and groom were dressed for a holiday wedding, but you could certainly have him wear something like this in the fall if it matched your scheme.