Wedding Shoe Guide: What shoes should the Groom wear?

Once your custom suit or tuxedo is nailed down for your Big Day, make sure the rest of your ensemble matches and makes a lasting impression. All eyes will be on you, so keep your shoe game as strong as your suit game! Here’s our Wedding Shoe Guide:

The Black Tie Groom:

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Patent Leather Tuxedo Shoe

Patent leather is the most classic and traditional black tie shoe with a bright shine for the picture perfect wedding photos.

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Patent Leather Loafer

A sleek and shiny option to accompany your tuxedo.

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Velvet Loafer

Less formal than patent leather, but statement footwear no doubt. Velvet loafers look best with a velvet or patterned dinner/smoking jacket.

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Patent Leather Loafer (with Grosgrain band)

A slight twist on classic tradition, this version has an eye catching grosgrain band for detail

Not Black Tie? Shoes for the Suited Groom:

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Dark Brown Oxford

The most versatile dress shoe works for your all non-black suiting: navy, blue, grey, light grey, khaki, or green suits. All of the shoes shown here are great additions to your footwear style after your Big Day.

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Dark Brown Monk Strap

If you’re looking for a formal shoe option that’s more eye-catching than an oxford, the Monk strap is for you. Single or double strap, it’s up to you, they both garner compliments.

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Honey Cap Toe Oxford

Honey, cognac, or tan leather shoes are great for warmer weather, outdoor weddings with lighter color palettes.

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The Leather Sneaker

For the envelope pushing Groom, try a fun sneaker that will complement your perfectly tailored custom suit. Or maybe just put them on for dancing!

Every wedding is unique - for more personal recommendations, ask our Designers and we can find the perfect shoe recommendation to complement your wedding suit, style, venue, personality and Bride.