Published at Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 - 02:25:00 AM. . By Juana Mcbride.
To wrap up, some last minute advice on your get up depending on the weddings time, and theme. For daytime weddings, light-colored mens suits will totally be the in thing on summers, especially linen or seersucker. Tying the knot in colder climes will have the men in wool suits, a navy blazer with charcoal pants, and perhaps a sweater and tie underneath a blazer. If possible, do not do without the suit, or a blazer at least. And remember your etiquette; tuxedos are no-nos before 6 pm.
Style icon Amanda Brooks opines that wedding garb falls under three categories: exceedingly formal (white tie, tails, or morning suit), respectfully traditional (dark mens suits or tuxedoes and black ties), and eccentric (Ive seen capes, seventies three-piece suits, floral shirts, etc). She rightly conceded that all three are sensible as long as they jive with and complement the overall atmosphere of the wedding, its location, what the bride is wearing, and even the background or occupation of most of the guests. A smart tip from her is that the groom must send out the message that he is the man of the hour, so why not the subtle flower on the lapel?
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