Dylan Barbour looked like a blast out of “The Bachelorette” past on Sunday as he wore a favorite throwback: the salmon suit.
The 25-year-old donned a well-fitted salmon-hued suit at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles over the weekend. The look brought Bachelor Nation fans straight back to Hannah Brown’s season, which ended only a few months ago. Dylan paired the bright jacket and pants with a crisp white shirt and looked like he was ready as ever to sip top-shelf champagne.
The salmon blazer became a mascot of sorts during Hannah’s season of “The Bachelorette,” when the salmon jacket from H&M made its way around the group of men on the show. The polo suit is definitely not the same pinkish-red getup Dylan (and others) wore on “The Bachelorette.” Instead, the new look was designed by Jay Amin.
Tyler Cameron, Garrett Powell and Dylan were among those who tested their luck while wearing the H&M coat. Jed Wyatt also wore it at times. During one episode, Tyler and Jed both wore the blazer to a rose ceremony. Perhaps Hannah saw her season through salmon blazer-colored glasses?
Nonetheless, Dylan explained to “Bachelor Nation” in July that believes he’s the original salmon blazer owner, not Tyler. “It’s my jacket. I had the OG salmon blazer,” he told us.
This new suit brought him better luck in the date department than his time on “The Bachelorette.” He attended the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic with his fiancée Hannah Godwin, whom he met on “Bachelor in Paradise.” The couple recently returned from a trip to Paris, where they could show off their love in the City of Love.
Hannah opted for a similar color scheme on Sunday. She wore a beautiful pastel-pink ruffled dress designed by Revolve.
Dylan and Hannah mixed and mingled with many A-list celebrities who also attended the annual event. Rachel Bilson, Lea Michele, Julia Roberts, Wilmer Valderrama and Justin Hartley were among some of the famous faces at Will Rogers State Historic Park in Los Angeles.
We’re sure glad to see the salmon suit again, no matter the iteration!