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Suited To Impress

Sep 01, 2019

The modern groom is every bit as fashion conscious as the bride, and the process of selecting attire for the big day takes on much importance. And when budget permits, the custom route is definitely the route to take.

Striking suit,
Photo by Jack Tang Photographie, courtesy of Bespoked

For a beach or garden wedding perhaps
Photo courtesy of Wardrobe

A smart and casual take for the wedding ceremony
Photo courtesy of Wardrobe

In most cases, attire for the groom-to-be would include suits for the following :

  • Exchange of vows ceremony.
  • Wedding banquet.

Bow ties and pocket squares
Photo by Ooi Eric Studio, courtesy of Sartorial Groom

The groom's entourage
Photo by Jack Tang Photographie, courtesy of Bespoked

Considerations :

  • Budget allocated for attire.
  • Locations and levels of formality of the events.
  • Fabric choices vis-à-vis weather conditions.
  • Lead time available prior to the wedding and timeframe required by custom tailors.
  • Necessity to complement the bride-to-be’s outfits.

Lounge suits for the classy groom
Photo courtesy of Wardrobe

Tailored tuxedos for the sophisticated groom
Photo courtesy of Wardrobe

Words of advice :

  • Check if there are special promotions such as package buys that will include suits for fathers and groomsmen.
  • Negotiate a better deal if you are ordering a number of outfits.

Bow ties and cummerbunds
Photo by SA Wedding Studio, courtesy of Sartorial Groom


Tip : Custom suits fall better. Have a look here.