Groom Style Trends for Autumn/Winter

With autumn fast approaching, and summer having been a near-total write-off in Ireland, we are looking ahead to some opulent and masculine style trends for grooms for the coming months. The Fall/Winter 2015/16 menswear shows featured lots of dark, muted tones, luxe fabrics and classic fits, leading away from the super-skinny pants and ties of seasons past. Today we explore some of our favourite groom trends - let us know your favourites! Pattern Want to stick to the classic dark coloured suit, but break from tradition in another way? Pattern is key here. Dolce & Gabana did it so well, with a sophisticated jacquard pattern adorning full suits, or just the lapels for those who want only a hint of detail. Roberto Cavalli went in a similiar vein with the muted, velvety jackets, but in a more modern pattern. [gallery type="rectangular" size="large" ids="1339,1343,1344"] [gallery type="rectangular" columns="2" size="large" ids="1340,1355"] The New Traditional  Rustic and vintage wedding trends were reflected by tweed, and a masculine, old-world style graced the runways in the form of sharp tailoring that screamed gentleman. Ralph Lauren and Dior did best, with enviable waistcoats, pocketwatches and bowties. [gallery type="rectangular" size="large" ids="1347,1348,1346"] [gallery type="rectangular" columns="2" size="large" ids="1349,1350"] Shine On For dull winter days, add some depth to your look with powersuits that shine, like these styles from Versace. [gallery type="rectangular" size="large" ids="1351,1352,1353"]

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