Listen up, you're not the only one who wants to look their best on the wedding day. Yes, the bride's wedding dress is the star of the show, but guess who else is center stage? The groom! That's right, the groom's attire is equally as important as your own. We know we spend so much time talking about wedding dresses and wedding accessories, but don't worry, groom, we haven't forgotten you. But how to make him feel as fashionable as you? Start with the groom's accessories. The right pocket square, sunglasses, bow tie, and shoes, can make or break his wedding day look. (And it makes for a pretty timeless groom gift as well). There's something for every personality—from the most laid-back dude to the most traditional prepster. Scroll through for 11 amazing groom accessory ideas to steal (and buy!) now.
These top hat and monocle socks from Soxfords are perfect for the dapper groom and groomsmen. How cute would they look for your groom's obligatory patterned-sock photo? They're just the right amount of fun, and at $24, they're probably the least expensive purchase he'll make for the wedding!
Mustopher jones socks, $24, Soxfords; available at soxfords.com.
No one does cufflinks like David Donahue, and these, at $225, are no exception. They ride the perfect line between everyday and formal, and the neutral color scheme will match just about any suit.
Cufflinks in sterling silver and 14K yellow gold with onyx, $225, David Donahue; available at daviddonahue.com.
Having an outdoor reception? A pair of super cool sunglasses is the perfect way for your groom to add a bit of fun into his after-hours ensemble. And if you're looking for cool, you can't get much better than this pair of Ferragamo's. They'll add a stylish factor to any groom's attire, and will complement practically any look—no matter how formal or casual his suit. A huge plus? This style is flattering on practically every face shape!
Square frame acetate sunglasses, $245, Salvatore Ferragamo; available at ferragamo.com.
A Timeless (and Smart) Watch
This timepiece by Armani Exchange balances the modern style of Armani with the perks of wearable technology. And it's dressy enough for your groom to wear to the wedding yet basic enough to sport every day after too.
A|X Men's Hybrid Smartwatch, $230, Armani Exchange; available at watchstation.com.
A Reversible Bow Tie
Regardless of what side he'll wear for the big day, this double-duty bow tie is cool from all angles. He'll get two-times the wear, and it's practical for all times of the year! Show off the blue cotton gingham in the spring and summer, and go classic in red silk polka dot in the fall and winter.
Framed polka dot with gingham reversible bow tie, $69.50, Brooks Brothers; available at brooksbrothers.com.
A Quality Leather Belt
Your marriage will last forever, and so will this belt. Made of saddle-grade leather in the USA, this piece will last the groom long past the wedding. An investment worth making!
Leather belt, $75, Filson; available at filson.com.
Blue Suede Shoes
Aquatalia's cap toe oxfords are a great way for your groom to add a bit of personality into his wedding day look. Want to add an instant cool factor? Make these shoes stand out by going sockless and pairing them with cropped trousers!
Duke suede cap-toe oxfords, $450, Aquatalia; available at aquatalia.com.
If your groom is a glasses-wearing kind of guy, he shouldn't have to go without them on the wedding day. He may, however, want to trade up. We love this black-rimmed pair from Brooklyn Spectacles. Want to make sure you're choosing the right rims for your face shape? Opposites attract. If you have a round face, go for square rims, and vice versa.
Monti frames, $195, Brooklyn Spectacles; available at brooklynspectacles.com.
A Printed Pocket Square
Gitman Bro.'s paisley neat pocket square will make a subtle wedding-day statement. It would look amazing with a classic black suit—after all, that whole not mixing black and navy rule is so passé. If you're throwing a more casual wedding, however, your groom can go for a little color blocking and pair this pocket square with a colorful green or light blue suit.
Orange paisley neat pocket square, $75, Gitman Bros.; available at gitman.com.
A Chic Tie Bar
This silver knotted tie bar from Dunhill is a beautiful and understated way to tie the knot, forever. It's the perfect gift for your groom, as it can be worn for all occasions to come!
Twisted sterling silver knot tie bar, $595, Dunhill; available at neimanmarcus.com.
A Blue Silk Tie
Having a vintage-inspired wedding? Ted Baker London's jacquard silk tie will give your groom a bit of retro flair. We love the blue pattern featured here, but it also comes in a just-as-adorable deep red. Suffice it to say, both will look awesome for a summer wedding.
Torteli circle jacquard silk tie, $105, Ted Baker London; available at tedbaker.com.