With all the postponed covid wedding which will finally be taking place this year, We have had a think about some of the best outfit options for the big days for both grooms and guests, so here are our top three.
A summer pastel seersucker suit is the suit that gives off the most summer wedding vibes. The fabric’s texture adds detail without being bold and it really works in summery pastel colours such as blue, green and lilac.
The textured feel of the fabric means like linen it is already wrinkled before you put it on so no need to worry about it getting creased during the day.
It’s easily paired with a shirt or if you want to go much more casual then a t-shirt or polo is our recommendation.
A choice for maybe an indoor or spring wedding with a slightly more sophisticated wedding dress code would have to be blended fabric such as cotton linen which allows you to have the breathability of linen but not have to worry about it creasing.
This great single-breasted style is classic and could definitely be worn again for other events and later into the year as the weather gets a bit cooler.
With an unstructured style, it’s a relaxed fit which will be perfect for dancing into the evening. Make a note that a darker colour is on the dressier side of the dress codes.
We are really loving the double-breasted suit at the moment and for a summer wedding, you are hitting the nail on the head. The sophisticated but French riviera vibe of a pale-coloured double-breasted suit just can’t be matched.
This would probably be our top pick for a summer wedding suit. Even if you only wear the jacket paired with some smart casual trousers it’s still an excellent choice and we are sure you will get a huge amount of compliments
If you are thinking about a new suit for your wedding or for someone else’s wedding, contact one of our tailoring consultants who would be more than happy to help you find what you are looking for.