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The AW15 Winter Wedding Trends!

Autumn Winter 2015 is well and truly upon us, and again many gents are wondering what to choose for their wedding.

So, are you getting married between now and Spring and still stuck on what trends are in for a Winter wedding? Well let us help you out.

1. Rich Paisley

Paisley has been popular throughout 2015, but now that we're in the colder months, it's time to think about what colours and shades are just right for your wedding. The Paisley-print, used as a simple detail or worn just as an item, adds contrast and colour to your outfit, but this season you should go for dark and rich paisley like the three bow ties shown above.

2. Thick Textures

Whatever your colour theme, you should find something to work with in our Textures category. Thick fabrics are warming in winter weddings and add a cosy feeling to your outfit, especially if you've chosen to wear a thick fabric suit, such as tweed or wool.

3. Pin Dots & Small Prints

Big dots and polka dots are better suited to warmer weather when being bold and colourful is a perfect for the brighter time of year. Small, fine and subtle dots and prints are what you need in colder seasons, such as our pin dots.

4. Ditsy on Dark

Just because the flowers aren't blooming around you, doesn't mean that floral prints should be banned from your winter wedding. Stay away from big flourishing botanicals and vibrant colours and aim for small ditsy florals on dark backgrounds.

5. Tartans & Dark Plaids

You don't have to be linked to Scotland to have Tartan in your wedding. Tartan continues to make a comeback every winter, joined by dark plaids in reds and greens. So add some stylish tradition to your outfit with these gorgeous patterns.

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