What's the best look for you as a groom? Check out these tips from some of Seattle's most dapper menswear bloggers.

(from L to R)

HECTOR DIAZ

@hector_Diaz_mtz

Tailor your suit. You can go to Men’s Wearhouse—just get it tailored. Or, go with a full-on custom suit. Make it double- or single breasted, choose how thick you want to have the lapels, two vents in the back or a half vent? Make all those decisions, and there’s a lot you could do. Also, don’t bring the shoes you’ve had for 10 years.

ANTONIO SMITH

@antoniocdsmith

The groom’s outfit has to match the style level of the bride’s. Consider if it’s summer or winter, inside or outside. Those are all factors. I think you can show off your flair in small ways with each—a handkerchief, a flower, or even a feather if it’s in a barn. If the wedding is less formal, you can play around a bit more.

AVI SOOR

@suitedsoor

Grooming is incredibly important. You’re going to want to have a well-groomed beard, hair nicely done, and nails done too. I would get my hair cut as close as possible to the actual wedding— the latest would be the day before. Also, if you’re going to wear a bow tie, learn to tie it, or tap one of your groomsmen to learn. Then they can tie everyone’s.

ALEX HOOI

@thealexlad

Just for your wedding day, don’t worry about your steps, and drop the Fitbit. If you have a nice watch, that’s perfect. But if you have something special to you, like a vintage Mickey Mouse watch, wear that. Just anything but a Fitbit. Small details like that can make a difference in how you feel about yourself and how you present yourself.