Expert advice about men's formal wear

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Grooms in colour

Grooms in colour

Q. I love the blush colour palette but think it's been over done this year. How can I still incorporate my favourite hue with a new twist?

A. Danielle Harvey says: Ahh blush! I adored this colour teamed with rose gold before it became on-trend. But yes, it has been over done in 2017 and 2018. So moving forward, how can we still incorporate this soft romantic hue in to weddings without following the crowd? The key: colour palettes. Team this tone with something modern and up and coming such as khaki green which will also be a nod to the ever-popular succulent trend.

Black tie dos are back, blush works brilliant with dark tones including the trendy navy colour palettes.

All of these can be reflected in the groom's and groomsmen's attire as a subtle nod to your chosen colour scheme.

Danielle Harvey

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