Your wedding day is one of the most magical adventures, and your outfit should be just as wonderful! With so much attention being paid to bridal dresses, wedding suits can get overlooked. That’s why The Insurance Emporium have put together these helpful wedding suit ideas to give your outfit the attention it deserves! Read on to find out how to get suited and booted in style!
Brighten up your big day!
Traditionally the suits of both grooms and their groomsmen have tended to be black, navy or grey. Recently, however, there’s been a trend towards brighter colours! So why not be bold with purple, or royal blue? If you don’t want to brighten up your entire ensemble, perhaps you could mix and match a colourful jacket with black trousers, or go for a striking waistcoat!
Simply the best!
Could a traditional black tuxedo be the best look for you? If your wedding is designed to have a sleek, clean feel, then it might be worth considering! Suave and sophisticated, it’s a style reminiscent of the likes of James Bond, and could add a touch of class to your day. If you wear a suit to work all the time, it could also feel like a welcome change!
A checked pattern could be a simple way to add an element of fun to your wedding attire! If you’re thinking of opting for a tweed check, maybe go for a slim fitting suit to add a contemporary feel. You might also want to opt for contrasting colours, mixing different tops, trousers and waistcoat. During warmer weather, why not choose linen rather than tweed to keep temperatures down?!
In the summer summer time!
Continuing with the warm weather, you might want to think about how to dress for the season! Light-coloured suits in less heavyweight fabrics could help you keep your cool – especially when teamed up with a bold jacket or waistcoat. Why not even go as far as to get rid of your jacket altogether? Instead, you could wear just a waistcoat over your shirt, or choose a shirt and braces for effortless style!
It’s all in the detail!
Nothing says ‘never gonna give you up’ like paying attention to your accessories! You could add a bit of colour to your tie or match your shirt and pocket square. It might be worth considering the colour scheme of the flowers and boutonnière – how does it work with the suit as a whole? And remember your socks, a fun pair of could say a lot about you!
Whether you’re thinking of wearing something traditional or going all-out different we hope this guide might be useful when planning your magical day! Weddings can be expensive occasions, so it could be worthwhile thinking about insurance. The Insurance Emporium offer wedding insurance with a one-off payment starting at £18.00*, and could provide cover of up to £12,500 for Wedding Attire^. Head to The Insurance Emporium to find out more!
* A one-off payment of £18.00 is based on a wedding with the Amber Level of Cover and no Optional Benefits selected.
^ Cover of up to £12,500 for Wedding Attire available on Diamond policies only.
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