It’s wedding season again, and that means you could have to suit up for several weekends throughout this summer. If you have a grey suit or a navy suit, that’s great, but let’s face it: you’re going to look like just about every other guy at the party. Why not branch out and try something new? And I don’t mean a patterned tie. Go all out and opt for a patterned or brightly coloured blazer! Here are five to inspire your wedding wear.
NOOSE & MONKEY GREY FLORAL PRINT TUXEDO JACKET
Get it at Topman for $184
This one is grey, I know. But what could be more appropriate for a wedding than a floral print? Wear this one with charcoal pants, or bright blue pants for a more daring look. Either way, this jacket and it’s subtle print is a great way to ease into the printed blazer trend.
COPPLEY TEXTURED SPORTCOAT
Get it at Hudson’s Bay for $595
Don’t be afraid of pink. It’s a great colour to celebrate love in (duh), and it looks good on pretty much everyone. It’s what makes this jacket perfect for a garden wedding, a morning wedding, or a destination wedding. Wear it with a light blue shirt, navy pants, and a polka-dot tie.
RICHARD JAMES BLUE HYDE SLIM-FIT HERRINGBONE WOOL AND SILK-BLEND BLAZER
Get it at Mr Porter for $1,027
This jacket is expensive, yes, but that means it’ll last you for many years to come. And, believe it or not, this colour is timeless. This soft teal jacket will go on to become one of your favourite pieces in your closet, and you’ll want to wear it to every wedding you have – maybe even your own!
TALLIA MEN’S SLIM-FIT VIGGIO CAMO FLORAL SPORT COAT
Get it at Macy’s for $152
I would never suggest that you wear camouflage to a wedding, but this jacket gives a subtle enough nod to it while being totally on-point with the super trendy leaf print. Wear this one with charcoal pants, a white shirt, and forego the tie.
MOSCHINO JERSEY BLAZER
Get it at Saks for $360
Look like a regular yacht-clubber in this white-trimmed blazer, perfect for a lakeside wedding. Wear it with contrasting bright pants, or navy ones for a more subdued look.
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