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Queer Wedding Style Ideas & Inspiration for 2019

Queer Wedding Style Ideas & Inspiration for 2019

It used to be a challenge finding queer wedding outfits, but now with over 25 places to shop for queer wedding outfits and ideas popping up all over the internet, there is nothing holding us back from dressing to the nines.

I used to write for Equally Wed back in 2012 about wedding style and I had hardly any inspiration to work from. It’s a different world now, and I’m thrilled to celebrate this with new ideas and inspiration for your wedding style from top to bottom! This article has three sections: Style Ideas, Complimentary Outfits, and Places to Shop.

 

1. Style ideas 

 
 

A Vintage Touch

Queers love vintage. It’s just part of our nature. Unless we were lucky enough to be part of a culture that embraced queerness, dressing this way can be empowering because we never would have been able to dress this way back when the styles were popularized. Anyway, for whatever reason I’ve seen vintage queer wedding looks all over the internet, and I don’t think the trend is going anywhere.

Crowns

We believe that all Qwears are royal Qwears, so why not show off your royalty in your wedding? Here are some picks from a traditional tiara to leather crowns.

Royalty

In addition to crowns being a thing, royalty as a general theme is big, and for good reason. We deserve to feel like royalty! 

Pop of Color

If you can’t stop hearing Tan France’s voice when you read “pop of color,” that’s because queers love inserting color into our outfits whenever possible. Whether it’s your collar, your tie, shoelaces, shoes, or any other number of things, pops of color are an awesome addition to any wedding outfit.

Power Clashing with Florals

Queers seem to make a game out of how many floral patterns they can squeeze into an outfit, and I love it.

Military Outfits

Because we will tell you without being asked how much we deserve to exist in every sector of society.

Collar Magic

If you want something that’s not feminine and not masculine but rather in-between, collar jewelry is amazing to play with! Not enough people make use of this fashion accessory!

Capes

If you want to feel like the superhero that you are, try a cape!

2.Complimentary Outfits

 

This is my favorite part. You can be so creative in the ways you coordinate your outfits. I don’t really like it when couples wear the exact same outfit because I think relationships are about how you compliment each other, not how alike you are. And it’s just more fun to have different outfits, even if it’s only a slight difference. Here are a few options.

This couple is wearing completely different outfits that compliment each other really nicely. I love this yellow and red combo:

I love the way this couple’s outfits go together with all white in different styles. It’s just brilliant in its simplicity:

I’ve seen several couples wearing all white in one outfit and a big pattern in the other. I love it!

You can bring your outfits to the next level with three colors — see how this couple intricately combined blue, purple, and teal:

I love how this couple both dressed in complimentary greens. It’s a brilliant and subtle touch that will keep your wedding in one color without being boring.

This subtle shades of pink against the pink floral backdrop is just exquisit:

I absolutely love this — that blue, pink, and orange goes together perfectly!

This is just amazing. The light pink, floral pattern, and pearls go together beautifully:

3. Places to Shop

 
Photo courtesy of Sharpe Suiting, Nikki Oliva, and Steph Grant Photography

Photo courtesy of Sharpe Suiting, Nikki Oliva, and Steph Grant Photography

Here is a list of apparel lines and designers that make wedding-appropriate attire with the queer community in mind. Got more to add? Let us know in the comments!

Audio Helkuik (Omaha, NE)
Bindle & Keep (NYC)
Bull & Dagger (London)
Bowtie Behavior (NYC)
Bonne Life (Amsterdam)
Brandon Kyle Collection
Charlie Boy (Australia)
Emily Meyer (San Fransisco)
Fluide
House of Ollichon
Indochino
Jag & Co (NYC)
Kipper Clothiers (San Francisco)
Kirrin Finch (Brooklyn)
Kookie of London (London, UK)
Kris Harring (NYC)
Nik Kacy Footwear (Los Angeles)
Premme
Rebel + Ruse (St. Louis, MO)
Sharpe Suiting (Los Angeles, Tampa, Chicago, Charlotte)
Sovereign Collection
The Tailory (NYC)
THÚY Custom Clothier (San Francisco)
Tomboy Toes
Sundae Suits (Sidney, Australia)
We The Matriarch (Berlin, NYC)

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