On your wedding day, you will flaunt a fabulous style down the aisle! However, when choosing your ensemble, it’s important that you select attire that you are pleased with! Therefore, you should avoid following any “rules” when it comes to what you can wear on your own big day.

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However, there are some “rules” that have come about in regard to fashion for the groom on the wedding day. But, these myths can actually be ignored!

Are you aware of some of the top fashion myths that have come about for the groom? If not, you are in luck! As here at Bill Pence Music, as Sacramento wedding DJs, we have gathered them for you. So, if you are all set to discover what these myths are, be sure to read on:

  • No Black with Navy or Brown with Black

    Over time, it has come about that you aren’t to wear black with navy or brown with black. However, in today’s world, we say mix it up! After all, color is all about contrast. In fact, if you pair a lighter brown with an ebony suit, you will look quite dashing! Or, opt for some black shoes with a navy suit to reflect a modern sense of style.

  • No Sneakers with a Suit

    It’s said that wearing sneakers with a suit is a total no-go. However, sneakers can actually be quite stylish! While you won’t want to pull out an old pair from the closet for your wedding, know that you can discover a brand-new pair to add a dash of flair to your walk down the aisle.

  • Your Socks Should Match Your Pants

    Sock can be quite boring. However, they don’t have to be! In fact, if you choose a festive pair for your wedding ensemble, you can add a great deal of pizzazz to your style. So, ignore the “rule” that your socks must match your pants, and opt for a pair that showcases some design.

You deserve to wear what you want on your wedding day! After all, it’s your big day. These are just a few myths that you can ignore when it comes to fashion for the groom.

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In addition to planning your attire, you will also need to plan your music with a wedding DJ in Folsom, California. So, please contact us here at Bill Pence Music, as we would be pleased to present the sound for your big day.

 

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