The groom and the best man typically chose their suits (or tuxedos) on the same day and from the same tailor. … The best man’s suit or tuxedo is one step removed from the groom. If the groom is wearing a white dinner jacket, the best man should wear black.
Does the best man dress different than the groomsmen?
Traditionally the groom should wear the same outfit as his best man and any groomsmen, as well as possibly the fathers of the couple. … The groom doesn’t have to go over the top to make his formal wear different from the rest of the boys.
Does the best man stand out from the groomsmen?
The best man is the leader of the groom’s men. He is the right hand of the groom and the date for the maid of honor. His outfit should complement the groom’s without matching exactly and without overwhelming the groom’s.
What color should the groom’s tie be?
We’ve seen the groom wear a tie in the main wedding color while the groomsmen wear an accent color. Or, for a more traditional look, the groom can wear a neutral color tie (black, white or ivory) while the groomsmen wear a tie that matches the wedding color. For an ombre look, put everyone in a different color tie.
When should grooms get their suits?
One Month Before: Order the Groom Suit
Each order is delivered two weeks before your wedding—plenty of time for the groom and groomsmen to try on their suits and ensure everything is right and ready to go before your big day.
Does a best man pay for his suit?
If the groom has the money, he can pay for the groomsmen suits, but this is not expected of him and the groomsmen will probably be happy to buy/ rent their own suit. He should probably oversee this though, to ensure that the suits follow the theme and the groomsmen aren’t wearing completely different outfits!