Looking sharp on your big day takes planning and attention to detail, but that doesn’t mean it has to be complicated. With a few basic steps, you’ll be able to expertly navigate the ins and outs of selecting the right suit color, style and fit while also having time to spare before it’s time to suit up.
New year, new hues! Spring weddings will be here before you know it, and this year brings a range of rosy and soft hues anchored by elegant greens and neutrals that embrace the liveliness of the season. All together, these color schemes have an organic, romantic presentation that can be bold or muted, aligning with a range of wedding styles.
Coral, with its lighthearted and vivid color, is best for couples who want to infuse their wedding-day look with energy and a hint of playfulness. Like any bright pop of color, Coral is most effective in the details. If you intentionally place it, it’ll enhance your outfit without distracting from it. Here are a few ways to creatively incorporate the color of the year into your wedding.
Color and print are two classic ways to make your tie — and your whole look — stand out on your wedding day. One thing we’re seeing more and more grooms doing is take that idea a step further and making texture a defining element of their looks. One of the best ways to do that is by swapping out the microfiber tie for something with a little more eye-catching.
Cufflinks have been increasing in popularity among wedding parties. They make great groomsmen gifts that will add personality to their looks while taking their style up a notch for a more formal wedding setting. Cufflinks are needed when wearing a shirt that has French cuffs, a shirt cuff that is folded back before fastening, creating a double-layered cuff. This style of shirt should always be paired with a tuxedo, but can also be worn with a suit.
It’s the most dapper time of the year, and your calendar is slowly filling up with upcoming holiday gatherings. Now, not all festive parties are created equal — the dress code for your work party is definitely different than the dress code for your girlfriend’s annual family gathering. Take the guesswork out of the equation with these guidelines for dressing for different occasions of different formalities.