Colored Tuxedo Trends in 2024

By Published On: February 12, 2024

Gone are the days of only getting married in traditional tuxedo colors of black, navy and grey. While those are still great and classic options, more grooms are leaning away from traditional colors and toward more colorful tuxedos. There are so many great colored tuxedo trends for 2024 that will still make you look sophisticated and dapper but also make a statement. The best part is that most of the colors can be worn no matter what season you get married in.

Burgundy

If you’re looking for a stylish yet sophisticated colored tuxedo for your wedding, burgundy is a great color choice. Burgundy is such a rich, deep color that makes any suit or tuxedo look luxurious and refined. It is a versatile color so it works with any season. For fall and winter weddings, it complements the warm tones of the seasons. While it may not seem like it will work for spring and summer weddings, it can be added as a pop of color to lighter colors. It is a classic color that will never go out of style but it is bold enough to stand out.

Dark Green

Green is a versatile color that comes in a variety of shades and hues, and it pairs well with lots of other colors. Dark shades of green make a subtle yet classic choice for a tuxedo. Dark green tuxedos or suits are sophisticated and timeless. The great thing about dark green suits is that they can be paired with basically any other color. Brown or black shoes can be worn. It also pairs well with beige, white or cream. For fall and winter weddings, it pairs well with other warm colors like burgundy and gold. But for spring and summer, it pairs well with light pastel colors like pale pink or blue. This shade would work perfectly for an outdoor or rustic wedding.

Light Blue

A light blue tuxedo is a wonderful color for a wedding tuxedo. And with the right accessories, it will make an exceptional wedding look. While this color is suitable for a formal wedding, light blue is fun and fresh and a spin on a traditional wedding look. The color is perfect for summer weddings and can easily be dressed up or down. Pair it with a white shirt for a classic and elegant look.

Terracotta

A delicate balance between warm orange and brown, terracotta makes an excellent tuxedo color for bohemian or country weddings. It is a color that evokes warmth and comfort. The color works well for both fall and summer weddings. Terracotta pairs well with other warm colors like gold or copper or other matching colors like beige, yellow and orange. A white or cream shirt would pair nicely. For shoes, an oxford or cognac loafer pairs well. If you are looking for a more casual look, pair it with light-colored sneakers.

Plum

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Plum is a gorgeous color that can be worn for any season but really works for fall and winter weddings. It’s a rich and decadent color that varies from a deep reddish purple to a bluish purple. It pairs well with so many other colors, including grey, green, navy, cream, ivory, blush and beige. Plum also pairs well with bolder colors like gold and burgundy.

Bold Blue

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While navy is a traditional tuxedo color to get married in, there are so many other bold blue options that are just as great. Think cobalt or royal blue. These two shades of blue are a twist on the traditional navy blue and will make you stand out from the crowd. Both are a versatile colors that work well and complement any wedding theme. A bold blue tuxedo can be worn for formal or semi-formal weddings and can be paired with any color. Burgundy, silver and gold complement these shades of bold blue. For a softer look, pair it with a blush bow tie and pocket square.

Don’t be scared to go for a non-traditional color for your wedding tuxedo. There are so many great colored tuxedo trends for 2024 that will allow you to add a personal touch to your wedding through your fashion choice. These colors will help you make a bold statement on your wedding day.

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