STYLE. GROOMING. INSPIRATION. ADVICE.
INSPIRATION AND ADVICE
THE WEDDING EDIT
By Ezra Maloney, 22 April 2022
THE PERFECT SUIT
Not only does a double-breasted blazer bring 1940s suaveness, but it helps slimmer body types look more balanced – tailoring is all about proportion, after all. This light colour is just right for an outdoor summer wedding. For the finishing touches, we recommend keeping your tie tonal, maintaining that sense of elegance.
THE FAIL-SAFE OPTION
If in doubt, take things back to basics. You'll never misjudge the mood with a crisp-white shirt – it’s simple but a classic. For those seeking a greater sense of adventure, adding a check suit is the way to spice things up, while still staying fully wedding-appropriate.
If you've got a more formal wedding ahead of you, nothing beats a three-piece suit. Yes, it's traditional, but a slight switch-up in shape and pattern will stop things from feeling dated. As you're already in a smart suit, don't worry about dropping the tie this time.
If a three-piece feels too formal, but you still want to show people you've made the effort, opt for a single-breasted suit. It's formal enough to wear with a white T-shirt, along with a pair of trainers (just make sure they're spotless). The suit does the heavy living here, striking the perfect balance of smart and casual. And now you've matched the moment, but on your own terms – style really is all about feeling comfortable and confident.