Beyond Bowties: 10 Formal Looks for Your Groomsmen


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If you commit to Western wear, go all the way. Suits and cowboy hats don't mix!
If you commit to Western wear, go all the way. Suits and cowboy hats don't mix!
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If you're more inclined to mosey than strut or serve potato salad instead of paté, a cowboy-inspired wedding might just be the route for you.

When you choose this theme, truly commit to it by outfitting your groomsmen in blue jeans, blazers and the requisite cowboy boots and hats. After all, if Tim McGraw has taught us anything, it's that this look can be every bit as handsome as a tux when done correctly.

You might want to skip the spurs, though. Those are just an accident waiting to happen, particularly once the bar opens at the reception.

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