Pay Tribute to Minnesota's Vibrant Music History with These Princely Looks

The groom wears a burgundy blazer and straight-fit trousers.
This season’s most stylish menswear blends color, texture and pattern with impeccable tailoring, to rock a wedding look with polish and plenty of personality.


Fall/Winter 2019

(Above) EIDOS burgundy peak-lapel blazer ($1,500), Maison Margiela shirt ($345), J Brand “Kane” straight-fit trousers ($176), Edward Armah pocket square ($80); all from MartinPatrick3. 

(Below) EIDOS black leather moto vest ($1,725), Dsquared2 slim-fit classic shirt ($495), PT Torino houndstooth chinos ($395), Edward Armah black satin tie ($180), Paul Smith “Ziggy” sneakers ($295); all from MartinPatrick3. Silver cufflinks ($49) from Indochino. 

(Above and below) Donrad Duncan ”Lumen” floral-print blazer ($495), Etro “Spread” blue paisley shirt ($330), J Brand “Tyler” slim-fit gray pants ($198), John Varvatos beaded bracelet ($298) and rivet cuff ($228), Bally “Barox” patent leather loafers ($650); all from MartinPatrick3.

(Above) Canali gray peak tuxedo ($1,995) from MartinPatrick3. Black cotton turtleneck ($80) from Banana Republic. Calvin Klein “Alden” patent leather boots ($259) from Urban Outfitters. 

(Below) Gray made-to-measure suit ($399), pale gray shirt ($79) from Indochino. Bally “Barox” leather loafers ($650) from MartinPatrick3. Necklace courtesy of the stylist. 

(Above) Michael by Michael Kors royal blue jacket (available as full suit, price on request) from Savvi Formalwear. Theory “Dover” shirt ($195), Altea “Piave” polka dot tie ($165), EIDOS zebra-print pants ($395) from MartinPatrick3. 


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