Something Borrowed...Something BLUE
The most undeniable wedding trend for 2015-2017 wedding bookings
is hands-down Midnight Blue.
Navy and Slate blue were heavily popular in 2010 through 2013 and
now it's Midnight Blue's time to shine.
Check out the new midnight blue "Sebastian" by Ike Behar below!
The last year has been a HUGE year for greys of all shades, and it looks like the trend will still be very popular for another couple of years. It is an easy color to dress up or down, and is perfect for any season.
Pair with mints, light jewel tones or pastels for the flawless spring tuxedo.
Blush, nude, marine blue or champagne pair with grey perfectly for summer weddings.
Mulberry, Amethyst, merlot, turquoise and jade make gorgeous fall color pairings.
Midas gold, metallic silver, platinum and tiffany blue make breathtakingly beautiful color palettes for winter weddings.
Allow us to introduce you to our 3 most popular grey suits or tuxedos.
For the last 3 years we have seen a huge uptick in the casual groom look with just a vest, tie, slacks and dress shirt. Now we are seeing more wedding couples pull off the casual-chic wedding day with a full tuxedo or suit look, and doing it with tan.
If you are doing a down-on-the-farm look, or just wanting a less formal look, the tan suit or tuxedo is the way to go. It can easily be dressed up or dressed down. Take a peek at our Tan Allure and let us know your thoughts!
The shawl lapel was huge in the 1920s through 1970s. Originally known for the flapper style and traditional sleek cigar or dinner jacket look, the shawl-collared lapel has been trimmed down in width and was found all over the red-carpet this year. It is quickly becoming our most popular tuxedo...even for prom this year. Another big trend is for the Groom to have an outfit change before the reception, and our new checkered Ashton
by Ike Behar is the perfect jacket to do that with.