Groomsladies is the New Cool: Gorgeous Slayers Rock Sleek Lilac Tuxedos for Wedding

Groomsladies is the New Cool: Gorgeous Slayers Rock Sleek Lilac Tuxedos for Wedding

Over the weekend, a group of ladies set the internet ablaze when photos of them on 'groomswomen' duties surfaced on social media.

If you think only men know how to pull off sleek looks in tuxedos then you may want to have a rethink as some ladies rocked the look effortlessly at a recent wedding.

Photos of the groomsladies.
The photos of these pretty ladies have sparked reactions online. Photo credit: @ms_yudee @ruthy_gina @hadey_vivian
Source: Instagram

While the role of groomsmen was originally for men alone - as the title explains, that rule has since been considered antiquated as, over the years, more men have featured women on their wedding train.

In the photos which were shared via @sugarweddings, the ladies are seen sporting lilac 3-piece suits with black bowties and sleek boutonnieres.

Each groomswoman rocked a pair of black heels, creating a uniform style.

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"They understood the assignment "


"Baddest and I love the color of their outfit"




"They look beautiful."

Wedding guest's look sparks mixed reactions

Not so many people are thrilled about a lady's decision to wear white for a wedding she recently attended.

While the rule is considered flexible and has been broken by numerous people, the idea that a guest shouldn't wear white for a wedding appears to have been created for good reasons.

Just recently, a video of a lady at a wedding ceremony sparked mixed reactions on social media. In the now-trending video shared via @asoebi_styles, the lady is seen dressed in a gorgeous mono strap lace dress with a deep sweetheart neckline.

Gorgeous bride rocks daring look for her big day

When it comes to court wedding looks, most brides tend to go for the conventional style that often includes pantsuits, skirt suits and very formal, structured gowns.

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This is why brides who go against the norm and dare to be different often stand out in style.

This is certainly the case for a gorgeous fashion designer identified as Nosa Aisosa whose choice of outfit for her civil wedding is one we will not forget in a hurry.

With her hair pushed back in a sleek form, Nosa channelled her inner fashionista in a stunning mermaid dress.


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