Gowns & Suits
Some wedding day style pointers from our real grooms!
Debonair as always, Hong Kong actor Shawn Yue managed to look both polished and formal while radiating bad-boy vibes in a three-piece suit on his big day. What we love: his stylish pocket watch worn on his waistcoat and the accompanying hint of silver from his watch. See also: MORE PICS: INSIDE SHAWN YUE'S WEDDING WITH SARAH WANG For their beachside nuptials in Langkawi – actor Jeremy Chan went with a semi-formal blue and white look for his wedding suit that featured notch lapels and flap pockets. He paired his suit with a crisp white shirt and ended off on a casual-chic note with white leather shoes. Suit is Jeremy's own/ Image by Daijekkee To fit the grandeur of their ballroom wedding, Roy Fong changed into a dark blue velvet attire with bold brocade detailing and bowtie – which went well with his wife, Cheryl Wee’s outfit for their couple performance! Image by Trouve Photography Real groom Khye Chan sported a smart-looking navy double-breasted suit with grey pants, and completed the look with a colour-block patterned tie for a garden themed banquet at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore! Suit from Benjamin Barker/ Image by John15 Photography For his jewel-toned wedding theme, real groom Mark Cheong went light, fun and casual for his morning celebrations – his blue suit jacket, khaki pants and brown loafers played off each other well, while his paisley tie and pocket square added some formal points to his overall look. Suit from Brillington & Brothers/ Image by Colossal Weddings See also: A GLAM JEWEL-HUED CHURCH WEDDING & ELEGANT DINNER AT THE CAPELLA SINGAPORE Instead of choosing the usual black or dark blue tones for his wedding suit, Jiaming Soh picked a two-button light grey suit which complemented the muted and classy tones of his gold and white ballroom wedding. In the same vein, his choice of colour for his silk tie and pocket square was in a neutral and chic tone of light grey. Suit from Topman Australia/ Image by The Beautiful Moment Photography The great thing about men’s suits are that the finer points are in the details. While real groom Sean Ng choose a conventional dark blue slim-fitting suit, his choice of accessories – a paisley patterned tie with a chic tie bar helped complete his big day look as a groom. Suit from Jack London/ Image by Stories by Ash Real groom Terence Tang went fully formal with his blue tuxedo and bow tie look for his wedding banquet. While his suit featured traditional tuxedo shawl lapels and jetted pockets, he opted for more a more modern and contemporary colour choice of dark blue with a slight satin sheen. Suit from Common Suits/ Image by Trouve Photography Marcus Tan from dance duo ScRAch MarcS went with a semi-formal spiffy three-piece suit in light grey and blue with brown accessories for his rustic themed church solemnisation and lunch reception. Suit by Aseemble Singapore/ Image by Super Panda See also: DANCE DUO SCRACH MARCS'S RUSTIC, ENGLISH-STYLE WEDDING CELEBRATION THAT INCLUDED A DANCE PARTY!
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