“Man-day” Mondays: Spreading the Mustard

Wedding Inspiration: Mustard and Khaki

Esquire Online Magazine showcased this men’s Simon Spurr mustard and khaki jacket as one of NY Fashion Week’s best looks for Summer / Fall 2012.  Below are some other inspirations to dress your wedding men in style for your fall wedding.

 

Mustard and Khaki Wedding Jacket
The khaki blazer with mustard trim and gold buttons was a modern twist on a classic spring staple. —Richard Dorment


Based on a moss and lichen covered branch, this boutonniere featuring mustard and golden hued dried flowers, feathers, lichens, and vintage ribbon, is perfect for a fall wedding.

WEISNER – men’s dress loafers shoes from thisnext.com

Dapper Dean Mustard and Brown Crescent Self Tie Bow Tie at dapperdean.com

Man-day Mondays – The “Button”iere

A boutonnière is a floral decoration worn by men, typically a single flower or bud. The word comes from the French word for buttonhole.   Historically they were worn frequently, however, boutonnières are now worn only on special occasions, with formalwear, such as groomsmen in a wedding.

Looking for a creative, non-floral option to detailing the men’s attire?  Buttons (or buttonieres) have become a popular way to enhance the formalwear in wedding parties.

 

 

 

 

 

Although not an actual ‘button’ the boutonniere below is made with button mumms

 

Boutonnière TRIVIA tid bits – from wikipedia:

Traditionally, certain flowers are associated with certain events, people or days:

  • Red roses are worn by Englishmen on St. George’s Day
  • Blue cornflowers are often worn by Harrowians
  • Primroses are worn for Disraeli’s birthday
  • Artificia poppies (mostly red) are worn for Remembrance Day
  • Orchids are associated with Joseph Chamberlain
  • Green Carnations are sometimes associated with homosexuality