Groom’s Suits

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Groom’s Suits – The Formal Options

Men’s suits can be worn on a number of occasions. For example, they can be worn to work. You can wear a suit for attending an important meeting with a client or a conference. You can wear a suit to a special occasion like a wedding (or even a funeral). You could even wear a suit for an evening out with friends and family. When it comes to a wedding, men tend to believe that women have more options when it comes to a wedding outfit. They also believe that they do not have any options either. While the first statement is definitely true, the second is not entirely correct.

When it comes to groom’s suits, men have a variety of styles they can dress in. After all, a wedding is a big day in a man’s life. It will usually be the biggest commitment of his life. Therefore, it seems simplistic to state that men have no options in their groom’s suits. However, before deciding on the type of suit to be worn, you would need to decide on the type of wedding. For example, consider whether the wedding will be a predominantly formal affair or a casual one. Once this has been settled, you can settle down to finding a groom’s suit that suits the occasion – pun unintended.

Common formal options in groom’s suits include:

• The Tuxedo: This is classic Black Tie eveningwear. Wear the tuxedo with a bowtie and a cummerbund

• The Morning Suit: This outfit suits traditional weddings perfectly. It comprises of a tailcoat, a waistcoat and striped trousers. You will usually find grey coloured Morning Suits

• The White Tie: This is considered to be the evening equivalent of the Morning Suit. However, finding the complete outfit with a white tie and tails could be challenging. For evening weddings, this outfit could be an elegant choice

Depending on the wedding ceremony, you could opt for any of these options. However, ensure that the wedding suit fits you well. Also ensure that your outfit complements the bride’s attire. While the two outfits must complement each other at all weddings, this is usually expected in weddings that are highly formal affairs.

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