Destination Wedding Attire for the Groom: An Option to Purchase

If you have been considering a destination wedding and are wondering what the groom could wear to such an affair, we have some style suggestions to help you decide. Your options include a style you can buy (see below) or a number of styles you can rent.

The Stephen Geoffrey Riviera Destination Suit is a very popular look for a beach wedding. The Riviera is tailored in light, breathable linen fabric and is comfortable to wear. It comes with a coat, a pair of pants, and a shirt making it a versatile ensemble – versatile in that the groom could wear the entire suit, coat included, for the actual ceremony and then remove the coat later on in the day.

Riviera Destination Wedding Suit for a beach wedding

The Riviera Destination Wedding Suit is a complete ensemble including a coat, a pair of pants, and a shirt.

The Riviera’s pant features contemporary flat front styling and adjustable waist tabs. The Riviera’s companion shirt is very stylish – it features an open collar, a straight bottom hem, and vertical pintucks.

destination wedding shirt

Tailored in a cotton blend, the companion shirt to the Riviera Destination wedding suit features many attractive details.

Long sleeves can be worn down or rolled up and fastened with buttons at mid-sleeve. The details of the shirt include embroidered striping.

guayabera destination wedding shirt

Textured fabric and vertical pintucks highlight the front of the Riviera shirt – also known as a Guayabera shirt.

The Stephen Geoffrey Riviera Destination Suit is available for purchase only from your nearest Jim’s Formal Wear Retailer.

Looking to rent your groom’s destination wedding ensemble instead? We have rental options available, too! Click here to see them.

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