Fall Wedding Style for Bridesmaids and Groomsmen

Happy Fashion Friday friends! Can you feel it? I mean the cool breeze, end of summer and beginning of fall? Well I can here in Toronto. With that, I thought it was about time to talk about a fall wedding style using fall’s primary colors; Purple and Orange. Further into the month of September, we would be discussing more about fall weddings in general but for today let’s start with the wedding party’s attire.

This style board today highlights the stylish way you can get the groomsmen and bridesmaids in sync with themselves and the fall season. As usual, with the look for the wedding especially those in the wedding party, our main areas of focus are;

  • The attire itself (Dress & Tux),
  • Flowers (Bouts & Bouquets)
  • Accessories (Jewelry & Shoes).

Here are the 2 looks I have created with items from knotsvilla’s affiliates, for your fall wedding party.


What do I love about this board? I think the legit question would be what “don’t” I love about this board. Ever since this Alfred Sung collection came out, I have had my eyes on that dress – Alfred Sung Bridesmaid Dress D500. A sleeved dress that looks that cute is definitely my style. Add that to the fact that the model was styled perfect for the fall with her purple statement necklace and clutch, making this dress a perfect fit for today’s board. With the statement necklace on the model, I figured a statement earring would complement it properly; the Elizabeth Cole Elson silver-tone crystal earrings makes it dreamy. For the flowers, using the Orange Dahlia was a given, especially with the white roses mixed which makes the look a bit brighter.

For the groomsman, the Blue DKNY suit, the model’s brown shoes and any of the ties would be another match made in Knotsvilla heaven. Picking a Dahlia boutonniere was kind of an obvious move to go with the look matching it with the bridesmaids bouquet. I am unsure which tie I love more, I think both would look great but I may be leaning towards the orange Pin dot Pattern Tie.

Suit: DKNY Blue Flannel Extra-Slim-Fit Suit | Dress: Alfred Sung Bridesmaid Dress D500

For more Orange Bridesmaids Dresses: Dessy & Weddington Way


Oh, my eyes are on those Rene Caovilla shoes! Another match made in Knotsvilla heaven considering it plays with the 2 fall colors, Orange and purple (you’d see the purple properly when you look inside the shoes). For the bridesmaids, I sure enjoyed pairing up the purple dress with those Oscar de la Renta earrings, only that the shade is a bit different. I think it’s the shade difference that makes me fall in love with the look even more. For flowers, I decided to go with the common flower route; Roses are never out of style or out of season.

For the groomsmen, what a yummy Kenneth Cole Reaction grey suit and did you notice the model already mixes the suit with an orange tie? Like the model knew I would be using him to show groomsmen how fly they can be for a fall wedding! Since the model uses an orange long tie. I decided to add a few more options for variety; Purple long tie (matching the bridesmaids dress) and the Orange silk shantung bow-tie. Here I honestly can’t decide what tie looks best…I’m torn between all three!

Suit: Kenneth Cole Reaction Suit Light Grey Solid Slim Fit | Dress: Alfred Sung Bridesmaids Dress D630

For more Purple Bridesmaids Dresses: Dessy & Weddington Way

Get the Look of Accessories used (or similar)

For other ways to add fall colors to your wedding party’s look, think of including colored pocket squares and socks for the guys with colored necklaces, bracelets, clutches (if you don’t want bouquets), hair pieces or belts (if needed) for the ladies.

Hope this (very) quick and visual styling post helped!

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