How To Suit Up For Your Wedding
Oftentimes, when finding and choosing a wedding suit, the options can become overwhelming.
Whether we can give you a fully formed vision of what you can wear at the alter or inspire you to grab ideas from multiple facets, there is just one rule for choosing your suit. It needs to make you feel confident and comfortable. A wedding outfit should reflect your interpretation of the experience, as well as your personality and individual style. To help you get started, here are a few popular and stylish wedding staples we can help you to understand.
The first is the all-rounder black suit. It can be a safe option but a classy and timeless one nonetheless. From no tie to bow tie, black suits can glide seamlessly across dress codes and is easy to wear again after the big day. With simple design choices such as using an opulent velvet fabric or creating a satin lapel, a black suit can transform into a piece of higher fashion.
A spring and summer wedding staple is a tan or beige suit. A soft and luxurious linen material achieves a put-together, laid-back appearance that says, 'I know how to dress'. If it suits your wedding and personal style, a beige linen suit is a great way to go, especially if you are getting married in the warmer months. A lighter fabric like linen can provide the drape and airflow for maximum comfort as you stand in front of the people you love.
If you want to look sharp while bringing some colour into your wedding look, there are endless gorgeous options. The two that we love are greens (especially forest and emerald) and burgundy. They make great textured jackets paired with white trousers and button-down shirts, or are fantastic as full suits. They are effortless to style, fit into almost any theme, and they are pieces that can be worn easily beyond the day.
There is no right or wrong when choosing your wedding suit - it just has to be perfect for you. And the best way to achieve this is with a custom suit. If your wedding is glamorous, come in and explore our collection of Hollywood fabrics; if your wedding is rustic, consider something more understated, for instance, a muted brown. The most important box on your wedding day checklist is that you feel like the best version of yourself. As long as you feel good and are in harmony with the theme of the wedding, you are well dressed to say 'I do'.