With fashion weeks wrapping up around the world— we’re taking a look at the hottest trends from the runways and how you can incorporate them into your wedding day look with your custom I DEUX.
Monochromatic outfits consist of pieces of one color but this doesn’t mean that you have to only wear solid black from head to toe. In fact often the joy of a monochromatic outfit is exploring different shades and tints of the same color.
Drawing inspiration from the runways of Berlutti, Louis Vuitton and Ermenegildo Zegna above, we say take your I DEUX look to the next level by customizing your base color to match your print and compliment your suit to fulfill this trend. Take for example, Rashaan’s Blue Palms look seen below.
Bold & Beautiful
Mixing patterns can be a risky decision. Done the right way, as seen on the Ami runway below, minimalist stripes and checks compliment each other to elevate the look.
We too love a mix of patterns and think for example a nice tweed suit with our Floral Black & White print, seen below on Taylor, is that perfect balance.
As always, tailoring is huge for men’s fashion trends and every year we see a new take on this important element. Take for example the sleek tailoring on this suit from the Givenchy runway with an updated wide leg for a modern take on a vintage classic.
Being in the business of making custom shirts that fit like a glove, tailoring is everything. Choose slim fit when customizing your I DEUX like Vince opted for below to be on trend this season.
With designers boasting everything from leopard to snake and even zebra prints, it’s time to take a walk on the wild side for Fall 2019! Philipp Plein and Versace runways seen below were certainly not strangers to the trend.
We recognize that these looks don’t necessarily scream wedding, but opting for our peacock print in black or white will put you right on trend!
Designers didn’t shy away from color this season, including literally every color of the rainbow, as seen on the Dsquared 2 runway in Milan below.
We feel going with something like our Floral Paisley, as seen here on Taylor, is a fantastic way of incorporating color and this trend.
Getting Dressed Up
Designers brought a decorative aspect to their collections this season, with styles meant for those that have an affinity for dressing up. See classic Thom Browne from the Paris runways below.
Being in the business of weddings we also LOVE a good excuse to dress up! So buy a tux and go all out with matching accessories like in Karl’s look below for your wedding day.
Versatile and easy-to-wear, bold colored shapes add a contemporary twist, while injecting some pattern and texture into both day and night looks. Fendi was a standout of this trend on the runway as seen below.
Geometric patterns are not going out of style anytime soon. Opt for our Dragonfly print pattern, as seen here, and be trending for years to come.
What other looks did you love from this season’s fashion shows? Let us know and maybe we’ll be inspired to incorporate them into our next collection!