Best Dressed Accessories for the Groom

Head-to-toe accessories for the man of the hour.

According to Sean Bradley, owner of Tabula Rasa Stationers, there’s no reason a groom shouldn’t be able to get in on the glitz. Designer John Varvatos produces pieces with the right doses of both eye-catching shine and masculine edge. 

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John Varvatos Brass Hammered Cuff Bracelet and Striated Cuff, $135 each, Tabula Rasa, SLC

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John Varvatos Longsword Brass Tie Clip, $298, Tabula Rasa, SLC,

“These days, there’s really no rule for what shoes the groom should wear,” says Cody Hoppes of UWM Men’s shop. “There are options out there for every fashion sense and for every style of wedding.” 

(Top left) Luciano Patent Leather Wingtim by Michael Toschi, $695; (Top Right)Daemons Double Monk Strap Shoe in Navy by Santoni, $1,130; (Bottom)Riley Pebbled Captoe Oxford by Salvatore Ferragamo, $795. Nordstrom, Fashion Place Mall, Murray,

Breitling Navitimer Automatic 41 in Stainless Steel and Blue, $5,050, O.C. Tanner Jewelers, SLC,

Walk down the aisle sporting a true icon in a sophisticated shade of navy. A wedding-day watch is a timeless piece that can serve as a memory for years to come. 

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Mont Blanc Homage to Victoria and Albert Cufflinks, price by request,Tabula Rasa, SLC,

Read more on how to be a fashionable groom here.

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