"Love and marriage, go together like a horse and carriage"
Posted: Sep 16 2014
Marriage, the age-old tradition, two become one and a day of elation. The one-day everything has to be perfect or you’ll know someone’s going to pay. Its only natural you want to look good, but what’s better than that? It’s simple, looking good whilst tricking others that you’ve used minimal effort. Here’s how you can!
As much as weddings are about two people, it ultimately comes down to one person. The Bride. Making sure you give her the best day ever, every detail will count. It's important you look good.
Note: Just for your eyes only, here's a chart that shows the danger years in marriage. A heads up if you will.
Still willing? Good, just checking.
So you think you can get away with just buying a suit? You can wear it after the wedding right? Wrong! How many times have you seen a woman wear her dress after the wedding, never! If they can’t get away with it, why should you? Your suit should be a reminder of the greatest day of your life. It's not your everyday work suit. Picking the right attire means you may be able to dust it off for special events (emphasis on may be). It’s something that people will remember you for.
Note: Make sure your outfit doesn't clash with her dress.
If you really want to get bells ringing go made to measure or bespoke. The shape, fit, style and colour will be just the way you want. With careful planning, we will create the perfect suit. Guests will only remember how well you looked and who wants to let them down. Going bespoke ensures you’ll be at ease because everything will be exactly as you wanted and it will show on the day.
Note: If the girl still insists on pursuing you with a view of marriage, there is one other thing you could do.
Maybe made to measure or bespoke is not for you, our ready to wear collection will make sure you look sharp. Cotton, Fine wool or mohair is a good choice. They’re light, easy to wear and will keep you cool. The shawl collar suit looks more formal. The working boutonnières on our lapels will keep even the most impressive flower put, paired with a neat pocket square it’ll add real character to your look (see how happy Julie Andrews is with the groom’s choice). Add a crisp white shirt and a slim bow tie for that French Riviera feel.
Note: Avoid looking like a monkey in a monkey suit.
Whether getting married in a suit or dinner suit just be sure you make the day count. Turn up, look your best and you might just get away with it.