Your wedding is going to be one of the most significant events in your life. As a man, you will transition from being an easy-going bachelor to a responsible husband and father.
As the groom, you and your bride will be the center of attraction. You need to look your best, and your suit is one of the first things that will catch the attention.
For you to look best in your wedding suit, it should be a perfect fit. It is why tailor-made suits are better than ready-made ones that you can get by in small, medium, large, and extra-large sizes.
If you are still worried about the suit you are going to wear on your wedding day, here are the tips to help you.
Your suit should be formal enough
You need to wear a formal suit, but you have to make sure that it is formal enough to match the venue and the theme of your wedding. If your wedding is held during the day, you can wear something casual, such as a light-colored suit made from fabrics like khaki or seersucker.
On the contrary, if the wedding is in the evening, and will be held in a ballroom, opt for dark, well-tailored tux or suit. Adding a white necktie will make your suit look a little more formal. This combination is perfect for an extra-lux venue.
Your suit should match your bride’s
While this is obvious, some couples tend to fail at this. Remember that the wedding day is the first opportunity for you and your partner to flaunt your style. There is a little possibility that you may not know what your bride is going to wear. However, you still have to make sure that your style matches.
A bedazzled ball gown goes perfectly with a classic black tux. A rustic lace gown fits with a tailored tan suit, and a streamlined city-chic gown should be matched with a slim-cut grey suit.
Your suit should depend on your body type
Dressing for your body type is the best way to look sharp in your suit. If you are slim and tall, most suits and tux will look good on you. A double-breasted suit can make you look bulkier.
If you are trying to look slimmer, a fitted suit with a little nip in the waist can create an illusion of a leaner silhouette. Darker shades will make you look slimmer as well.
Contrarily, if you are trying to look taller, opt for a two- or three-button jacket with a low button stance.
Your looks should match your attendants as well
Typically, groomsmen wear suits that have the same cut as the groom’s; however, it is all up to you. Even so, if wearing the same style as your groomsmen are not part of the plan, it is still important that your suit matches with them.
It is important to remember that matching means your suit matches the whole wedding party.
For most of us, a wedding is a once in a lifetime event (to some), you have to ensure that you are not going to let your chance to look good getaway. Tailor-made suits are always the best option, making you look sharp on your special day.
Furthermore, you have to be very mindful when it comes to matching. Well-matched wedding attires means your wedding is well organized as well.
Erica Jones is a freelance writer and a GOT fan. Apart from writing Technologies, she likes to read & write fiction. More than anything, she loves to spend her time with her family and friends, explaining technologies to the elders.