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Very new here as I just came across this site! I'm getting married next October in Paphos, Cyprus. It will just be myself, H2b and our son. Everything is pretty much covered now apart from the s matter of what my H2b will wear?

Could everyone please post photos of what your partners wore/will be wearing? I need ideas!

He's quite a casual guy who doesn't like getting too dressed up and I'd like himself and my son to be in something similar!

Thanks for reading, hope some of you lovely ladies can help me!

Xx

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My FI is planning on a simple pair of khakis with a casual short sleeve shirt with a subtle design down the front (think Charlie Harper from Two and a Half Men!).

 

One of the other B2B on this site suggested cubavera.com's linen line which is just what I had envisioned for us.

 

Good luck and congrats!

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Hi @@MrsRoss2be

Congratulations on your engagement!

If your fiancée prefers a casual outfit we recommend going with something fun like wearing color suspenders without a jacket or for him to wear a vest at the most.

On our beach weddings the attire can be a little less traditional and we’ve had different kinds of looks: from suspenders, vests to a white or color shirt with shorts and from formal shoes to vans or sandals and even barefoot (I mean guys will be around the sand for a moment so the surrounding invites people to be a little more loose with protocol). Here are a few outfits we’ve seen for the groom and his groomsmen:

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Good luck choosing the one for your H2B!

 

We are a venue that offers beach weddings on a private and unique natural surroundings, for more information feel free to check our available packages at: http://www.adventureweddingsvallarta.com/

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HI everyone!

Very new here as I just came across this site! I'm getting married next October in Paphos, Cyprus. It will just be myself, H2b and our son. Everything is pretty much covered now apart from the s matter of what my H2b will wear?

Could everyone please post photos of what your partners wore/will be wearing? I need ideas!

He's quite a casual guy who doesn't like getting too dressed up and I'd like himself and my son to be in something similar!

Thanks for reading, hope some of you lovely ladies can help me!

Xx

 

Congratulations on your wedding next October. Some of our grooms have had great luck with http://www.cubavera.com/

 

I've attached some images to show you what Phil & his grooms men bought and wore. I know these guys are a little "dressed up" but Cubavera has a lot of great options for more casual outfits

 

http://www.jasminandmatt.com/portfolio/annie-phil/

 

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It is difficult to find men's wedding attire because for men's we have limited collection and styles, also we need to do a little search for the fashion and the stuff according to the weather. For summers I think linen stuff is best because in it you feel comfortable.

 

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Smart lightweight pants and a smart pair of espadrilles, finished off with white linen shirt is always a winner for a foreighn wedding. This will be the look my fellas and his groomsmen will be wearing!👔

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