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Though most of the sartorial attention on the wedding day goes to the bride, we’ve featured some pretty snazzy grooms, groomsmen, and even guests in our online pages. Here’s a look at a few of our most debonair dudes from 2011.

A groom in military garb is always sharp (photo by Braedon Flynn; originally seen here). We love Nate’s more casual khaki suit and striped tie combo, too (photo by Brooke Images; originally seen here).

Tres’ pink bow tie and cotton boutonniere pairing is truly Southern (photo by Armosa Studios; originally seen here).

A pair of ring bearers shines in preppy attire (photo by Jubilee Photography; originally seen here), while this groom opts for a more casual gingham shirt (photo by Something Pretty; originally seen here).

A manly monogrammed cuff (photo by Ali Harper; originally seen here).

A Southern staple: the seersucker suit (photo by Kim Box; originally seen here).

A classic and debonair tuxedo (photo by Tina Bass; originally seen here) and a boyish bow tie and suspenders look (photo by Susan Dean; originally seen here).

Gingham shirts and oversize belt buckles (photo by Our Labor of Love; originally seen here).

Be sure to weigh in by commenting below with your favorite!

emily Written with love by Emily
1 Comment
  1. avatar Lisa reply

    Southern grooms sure have style! My favorite looks are anything including gingham, cotton boutonnieres, or bow ties.

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