This guide will ensure that you are looking handsome and feeling great for your wedding, so you can relax and enjoy your day!
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Any man can make these wedding suit trends work, but whatever you go for, wear it with attitude – 2020 is the year to flaunt it.
Tweed is a classic fabric that never fails to impress, and stunning tweed check is definitely the most on-trend groomswear look for weddings.
When mismatching groomswear you can be as creative or as subtle as you like, and don’t be afraid to mix and match your colour and fabric choices.
A dapper groom should complement his suit with perfectly polished shoes, an elegant watch, stylish jewellery and a striking, quirky buttonhole.
A selection of the stunning bridal wear and groomswear which featured on The National Wedding Show catwalk at the spring 2017 shows.
A quick look at what to consider when choosing your wedding waistcoat, including the quality and type of material, style, pattern and colour.
Scottish highland wear is still going strong at weddings, and the popularity of tartan, kilts and highland wear is no longer simply a Scottish look.
The buttonhole has made a comeback, and there is now a trend for tied style buttonholes, where the components are tied together like a miniature bouquet.
The are a number of factors that can affect your choice of wedding suit colour, such as your features, the wedding colour scheme, and even your personality.
Scottish guy marrying English gal in England; what to wear? Kilt wedding outfits can look amazing if you take into account the whole wedding party look and colour scheme.
Does groomswear on a budget mean you have to choose cheap quality suits to keep costs down, have less groomsmen, or make do with Uncle Ted’s hand-me-downs?
Stephen Bishop Suiting offers formal wear based on a truly modern fit and the most lightweight fabric, with wedding suits and groomswear available to hire or purchase.
A pageboy’s outfit is usually decided by what the grown-ups are wearing, their age, or their actual role, and a well-dressed pageboy will steal the show.
So you’re set for your wedding suit fitting. You have the shops earmarked or appointments booked, but is there anything else to consider apart from simply turning up?
Cravat, tie, bow tie…? The colour of the groomsmen’s neckwear is normally easy, the tricky bit is the age old ‘the groom has to stand out’ dilemma.
So you have your wedding suit; what next? Badly chosen accessories can ‘cheapen’ even the most expensive suit.
Normally your wedding budget will determine whether you hire or buy your wedding suits, and there are several arguments for both options.