In "I'm to Blame" video, Kip Moore proves that he can pull off a powder blue suit just as well as a cutoff T-shirt. Wedding crashing has never looked so good.

Just like the song, the video for "I'm to Blame" is all about Moore's proclivity for living against the grain, serving as a mini-autobiography for his love of shaking things up and adding a little spice to every situation. Even if he's just the wedding singer.

Moore and his [wedding] band start out in some delightful light blue suits, busting into the church just as the pastor says that infamous line "speak now or forever hold your peace." That beautiful bride is about to marry the wrong guy ... but not if Moore has anything to say about it!

Breaking free of the stuffy suit, Moore shows off those sexy arms in a retro cutoff tee paying homage to John Cougar Mellencamp, which seems fitting in more ways than one. Just like Moore, Mellencamp loves a bit of good-natured rebellion, and in many ways, "I'm to Blame" sounds like the perfect country counterpart to many of Mellencamp's classic rock tunes.

It's good fun. Check out the "I'm to Blame" music video — and Kip Moore's arms — above.

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