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The British Wedding – A Style Guide

Congratulations, you are about to select the most photographed footwear you will ever wear. Whether you are the groom, the best man, a groomsman or a guest, wedding day shoes are of the utmost importance.

 

This guide outlines the five main wedding wardrobe styles from the most classical to the more relaxed, helping you to navigate the dress code, look appropriate for the venue and consider the weather.

OXFORD

The Formal Wedding

For the quintessential English wedding, the traditional black Oxford lace-up or elegant open-laced Derby are the only options distinguished enough for an affair such as this.

The Black Tie Wedding 

The mood for a wedding such as this is formal and festive, requiring a refined aesthetic. For this occasion, Oxford lace-ups or smart evening slippers are the shoes of choice. 

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MONK STRAP

The City Wedding 

City venues with a mix of modern and romantic touches are fast becoming popular choices for couples. City settings can accommodate the less formal double monk strap shoe as well as the classic Oxford. 

The Country Wedding

Rustic and refined, the countryside offers a beautiful backdrop for natural colours and exciting textures. Less formal is best for this instance, which means that brown lace-up and brogues are great options. 

LOAFER
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The Destination Wedding

Celebrating abroad is a wedding trend that continues to grow. Weather will be a major consideration; loafers are great if you would prefer not to wear socks.

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