20 Bridesmaids and Groomsmen Looks You Can Totally Take Inspiration From for Your Wedding

One thing I love about weddings? The fashion! Yes, I may usually look at the bride’s gown and the groom’s suit first, but I also love looking at the entourage’s clothes. You can really have so much fun with it! Whether you choose floral patterns or sequins for your bridesmaids, and suspenders or cheeky bow ties for your groomsmen, the possibilities are endless! So I rounded up ten bridesmaids and ten groomsmen looks to help give you some inspiration for your own wedding. Take notes ladies, you’ll find a lot of stuff here!

Stylish Bridesmaid and Groomsmen Outfits for Your Entourage


Bridesmaids Looks

1. The sleek silhouette, the side slit, and the delightful mint green color of these Tantease bridesmaids dresses make for such a chic and sophisticated look!

Photo: Myio Okamoto | Real Wedding: A Pop of Burgundy | Bridesmaid Dresses: Tantease


2. Here’s another lovely creation from Tantease! These cuts definitely remind me of Greek goddesses!

Photo: Mayad Studios | Real Wedding: Pure Perfection | Bridesmaid Dresses: Tantease


3. Looking for something out of the box? Go for a modern bridesmaid look with above-the-ankle symmetrical dresses!

Photo: Midori Moon | Real Wedding: Blooming Blues


4. Bridesmaid dresses don’t have to be gowns! Tea-length dresses are definitely a sweet and cute option!

Photo: Paopao Sanchez | Real Wedding: Groovy and Gorgeous | Bridesmaid Dresses: Manuel Tumaque


5. Having a boho wedding? That means lots of lace and yes, the flower crowns! P.S. – I love the boots these bridesmaids are wearing too!

Photo: ProudRad | Real Wedding: Bold and Bohemian | Bridesmaid Dresses: Roxy Bagano-Dizon


6. These dusty rose dresses are the stuff my dreams are made of! Don’t these ladies look elegant?

Photo: Erwin Leyros | Real Wedding: Tranquil Togetherness | Bridesmaid Dresses: Rosenthal Tee


7. Looking for ways to glam up your wedding? Have your bridesmaids wear sequins! You can never have enough glitter and sparkle!

Photo: Jose Villa | Real Wedding: Eternally Elegant


8. Colorful prints, like these bridesmaids’ skirts, are a lovely wardrobe choice for a daytime or late afternoon wedding!

Photo: Toto Villaruel | Real Wedding: Beaming with Beauty | Bridesmaid Dresses: Desino Dulce


9. If you’re not quite that daring yet, you can also opt for some floral prints! They’re so fresh and summery!

Photo: The Daydreamer Studios | Real Wedding: A Tagaytay Wedding with Floral and Rustic Details | Bridesmaid Dresses: Nono Palmos


10. Here’s another way to change things up: Choose a bold color. These burgundy dresses, in their varying cuts, look so classy, don’t you think?

Photo: Randolf Evan | Real Wedding: A Burgundy-Themed Wedding in Tagaytay


Groomsmen Looks

11. If you’re having a beach wedding or even one with a relaxed and laid-back vibe, you can have your groomsmen wear beige or khaki–it’s not as formal as a black suit, but definitely still dapper!

Photo: Ryan Ortega | Real Wedding: A Beach Wedding in Cebu with a Blush and Peach Theme


12. Going for a classic look? You can never go wrong with a suit and bow tie–it’s timeless and elegant. (Yes, men can be elegant too!)

Photo: Metrophoto | Real Wedding: The Elegant and Exquisite


13. You’ve already seen some out of the box ideas for your bride tribe, now here’s one for your groom tribe. (Can I make that a thing?) Brown suspenders, blue bow ties, and those jaunty hats–quirky and unique, but it works!

Photo: Marlon Capuyan | Real Wedding: Wonderfully Whimsical


14. Here’s another option for a chill wedding look for your groomsmen–long-sleeved white dress shirts and khakis! Not only do they look good, they also look really comfortable. And the shoes look comfy too!

Photo: Nice Print Photography | Real Wedding: A Grecian Glow


15. If you want a timeless piece with a bit of a twist, play around with some color. These smart-looking indigo outfits are a perfect example.

Photo: Pat Dy | Real Wedding: Rome and the Romantics


16. No suit? No problem! Have your groomsmen wear matching polos, and accessorize with some colorful bow ties–they definitely add character, don’t you think?

Photo: Nicolai Melicor | Real Wedding: A Magical Paradise


17. Want something really chill? These groomsmen are wearing white polos, shorts, and flip flops–can you get any more chill than this? (Oh, and don’t forget the sunglasses too!)

Photo: Metrophoto | Real Wedding: An Elating Escapade


18. White and light grays aren’t the only light colors men can wear! Check out these guys wearing sky blue! Pretty cool!

Photo: We Do It For Love | Real Wedding: The Coachella Charm


19. Here’s another classic and timeless outfit–the barong! You just can’t go wrong with it!

Photo: OneCarlo Photography | Real Wedding: Bold, Bonny, and Beautiful


20. These gentlemen are looking fine in their suit and pants combo. They’ve definitely proven that blue and beige go well together!

Photo: Love Train Studios | Real Wedding: Tender Love in the Tropics


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