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How to work the runway into your wedding day as a man.

It can be overwhelming to look at fashion shows as a man. There’s so many options and let’s be honest a lot of them are put together in such a way that the average man isn’t going to know what’s wearable and what isn’t emphasis on the latter. This can become extra difficult when it comes to picking out your outfit for the big day. One particular trend that’s on the rise and is wearable for a variety of different men is the slouchy suit. A sigh of relief for men that aren’t fond of the slim suit trend that never seems to end. A bunch of big names are sending their versions of this suit down the runway, Versace, Hermès, John Galliano, Kris Van Assche, Lanvin, Miharayasuhiro, Prada, Raf Simons and Z Zegna. However, you don’t have to spend a small fortune to get this look. What’s key to making this look work is the blazer, so if you look for a long blazer like this piece by Calvin Klein at Macy’s ( and combine it with some fitted pants from Zara ( with your choice of button up and tie you end up spending under $300. If you’re feeling extra brave try some baggy dress pants with the blazer. Just remember tailoring is important with this look. What you’ve got in the end is an on trend fashionable look for guys that can be worn on your big day in all black or in grey to the office. 

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