5 Style Tips for Guys
For the groom, groomsmen, and guests
By Natalie Tsang
November 2, 2011
Whatever you do, don't get your haircut the day of the wedding. The best time is the week so you have a little time to grow out the ragged edges, but the hair still looks tidy. You should use your normal hair styling products and refrain from breaking out something new. Who knows? It might give you a bad reaction or smell funky.
Did you know? The boutonniere should be as small as your lapels are slim.
Leave your bulky wallet at home. It's best to keep cash, your ID, and a credit card in an inside pocket.
On that same note, resist the urge to pack your pockets with iPhone, keys, wallet, etc. It ruins the lines of your suit.
The best way to handle out-of-control eyebrow is to wax...but it hurts. Don't do it the same day as the wedding unless you want to invite questioning looks and comments. Shaving also causes unsightly stubble and ingrown hairs.
As a safeguard against an overabundance of perspiration, use a antiperspirant. If you have hyperhidrosis, an overabundance of perspiration on your armpits and palms is often triggered by stressful situations, then Simply Bridal suggests a powerful maybe seeking a prescription for a serious antiperspirant.