It’s time for a showdown between two of groomswear’s most-trusted hues: sleek navy and rustic brown. Who will come out on top? You decide!
Take some time for yourself and beat wedding stress with a little pampering session starring some soothing and nourishing products for bath and body
How to approach shopping for the father of the bride or groom? The experts offer their advice
Gordon Nicolson Kiltmakers, Kudos Bridal Boutique and other Edinburgh indie wedding suppliers got together to bring a ‘cool Caledonia’ wedding theme to life
No matter your plans this Burns’ Night, you can still take inspiration from the national bard for your wedding outfit, grooms-to-be. Here’s our guide to putting together some positively poetic looks Rabbie himself would be proud of
In tribute to the lockdown phenomenon of doorstep portraits, we asked shop-workers in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Greenock and Linlithgow to model the latest Highlandwear, suits and tartan trews and got them to share their shopping and hire tips for Scottish grooms’ outfits
Finding wedding attire for the groom and his groomsmen shouldn’t be scary. Here’s how to get the whole squad looking good in kilts or suits
If the big day is your first foray into wearing a kilt, you’ll be full of questions. McCalls has shared the most common quandaries grooms have
Looking good on your wedding day isn’t just about your wardrobe – your grooming routine also deserves an upgrade
The Scottish Wedding Show is back this October – here’s the hottest grooms looks from the last show’s catwalk
The aftershave or cologne you wear on your wedding day will trigger happy memories forever after – we’ve found five that’ll suit all tastes
Four Highlandwear and tailoring outfitters reveal what’s hot right now for grooms
Polish off your Highlandwear with the freshest accessories on the market, from fly flashes to striking sgian dubhs
Why shouldn’t grooms and their gang get pampered on the big day? We’re all for The Groom’s Room, a new styling and dressing service for the boys
You’ve never worn a formal suit or a kilt before – so why buy one just for your wedding?