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It’s not a funeral.

Enough with the all-black everything. Unexpected color combinations bring levity to conventional groom’s garb. Alexander McQueen pairs a cobalt-blue jacket with a maroon tie, while Ovadia & Sons plays on this year’s layered neutrals by (mis)matching a camel blazer with heather trousers.

Agnès B.

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Ovadia & Sons

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Prada

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Lanvin

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Alexander McQueen

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Double down.

The double-breasted suit is making a comeback: Valentino and Paul Smith offer handsome takes on the old standby (the latter’s in pinstripes); Hermès’s steely gray version leans toward the traditional; and Loden Dager throws all the rules out the window with its Colonel Sanders getup.

Valentino

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Paul Smith

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Loden Dager

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Canali

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Hermès

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Cloak him in velvet.

Nothing conveys winter luxury like a plush velvet suit. Jackets in the textile du jour are sleek and understated at Bottega Veneta and Gucci, while Canali and Dolce & Gabbana amp things up with contrasting satin lapels and trim.

Gucci

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Bottega Veneta

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Dolce & Gabbana

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Giorgio Armani

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Canali

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Think in threes.

Skinny or loose, three-piece suits gussy up both groom-bride and groom-groom matrimonials.

Simon Spurr

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Dolce & Gabbana

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Ralph Lauren

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