Men’s Fashion – Dressed for Success

On-the-street, scene-stealing fashions that suit every man’s style, mountain to metropolitan.

No longer is a guy’s look second to his bride’s. The same can be said about dads and groomsmen. With a plethora of options—patterns, colors, fabrics—Salt Lake’s men’s fashion scene is exploding. Thanks to local boutiques Utah Woolen Mills, True Gentlemen Supply and Beckett & Robb, shoppers from all over the world are taking note. Just take a look at their global social media followings. Why the buzz? Bold style in the Beehive State. Whether your guys is a mountain man or city slicker, the following behind-the-scenes gallery of on-trend looks proves he has a lot of options as he dresses for the big day.

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True Gentlemen introduces a line of minimalist watches, plus a new online design-your-own suit shop.

A white suit can be just as classy as a formal tux. Adding light brown buttons helps bring in just enough color and offers a good accent to pair with any color. A double-breasted look to any suit is a unique way to stand apart. True Gentleman Premium Suit, $849

This electric blue suit is vibrant and young, different than your average navy blue. The look is more suiting for spring and summer seasons. For every custom style like this one, adding detailed colored button holes and a ticket pocket are subtle details that help make it one of a kind. True Gentlemen custom suit, $849

A classic navy blue suit is a staple in every man’s closet. Navy can be worn year-round and paired with season-appropriate accessories. A subtle pattern offers character while maintaining a polished look. Here, wide-peaked lapels and picked stiching make it unique. True Gentleman custom suit with Loro Piana fabric, $2,200

Beckett & Robb’s flagship store in SLC now boasts sister shops in Provo, Farmington, San Francisco, Boston, New York and Seattle.

Formal events are best in dark colors like black and midnight navy. Classics range from $695 to $1,895.

Doing a multi-day event? Is she wearing something other than her dress to a luncheon or reception? Try a well-made jacket instead of a full suit. Jackets start at $665.

You can balance the formality of a three-piece suit with the casual appearance of bolder patterns. It’ll ensure a unique look that won’t look dated. Three-piece suits range from $1,000 to $6,000.

Utah Woolen Mills recently added 1,800 square feet of retail space and opened a new outdoor patio space for swanky downtown gatherings.

This unique spring look has just enough pop without being too ‘in your face.’ Eidos Suit, $1,595; Eton Shirt, $265; Byron Tie, $145; Robert Talbott Pocket Square, $45

This burgundy suit is easily one of our favorites for the season. The color is making a huge comeback. Custom Isaia suit, $4,995; Eton shirt, $265; silk knit tie, $125

A light blue sport coat can be an easy go-to for any occasion. Citizen of humanity jeans, $205; Isaia Shirt, $595; Isaia Sport Coat, $4,295

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