Celebrity groom style inspiration from the red carpet
A touch of pink is always a good idea.
A jazzy tie makes all the difference.
Easy beach wedding style, right here.
How to do pinstripes and not look like a banker, thanks Tom Hiddleston.
A coat and tails is great for a more formal affair.
Don’t think a white shirt is the only option. Chiwetel Ejiofor’s blue shirt and blue tie combo matches his suit perfectly.
Subtle prints like Ryan Reynolds’ polka dot shirt are a great way to add a touch of personality to your outfit.
Ties aren’t necessary if you’re having a relaxed wedding. Chris Hemsworth still looks dapper (if you don’t mind us saying) with an unbuttoned shirt and loose jacket.
For serious style points, look no further than Eddie Redmayne’s burgundy suit with a hint of blue shimmer.
For a look that’s formal but not too formal, go with Channing’s approach: a three piece suit, with the jacket left unbuttoned.
If retro is more your style, try going for a style with contrasting lapels and a subtle shimmer like Ryan Gosling’s.
You can always trust David Gandy to dress to the nines, and this white tie attire doesn’t disappoint.
A charcoal suit like Jude Law’s is a great option for any season, and you can brighten up with a more colourful tie. Just make sure you close that second button for a more put-together look!
Don’t be afraid to go for less predictable shades like David Beckham. This taupe colour is great for summer weddings.
Benedict Cumberbatch keeps things classic in a navy suit and matching tie and shoes.
For a black tie affair, you can never go wrong with a tuxedo and bow tie, like Leo.
Add a vintage touch to proceedings with a pocket watch like Tom Hardy.