Less formal than black, and an alternative to grey, navy co-ordinates with a multitude of other colours, including pink, peach and pale blue, while also looking stunning with white, ivory, silver and gold. Let’s take a look at some stylish wedding suits, from the formal morning suit to relaxed beach wedding attire.
Starting with a true classic, the morning suit is the traditional choice of dress for the groom and his ushers. A longer jacket with trousers, waistcoat, shirt and tie, it remains timeless and elegant and is the perfect choice for a church wedding. Traditional doesn’t mean out-dated, and you can keep this look individual and stylish with a meticulously tailored suit, crisp white shirt and fabulous tie. This navy morning suit from Hackett shows how it’s done.
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Relaxing the morning suit slightly, this look takes a contemporary edge by adopting a coloured shirt and leaving the jacket undone. It’s the classic morning suit with city style.
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For an evening wedding, you might adopt a black tie dress code. In this case, you’re on the lookout for a navy dinner suit. Look no further than this navy evening suit by Marc Wallace. The black lapels mean you can wear a black bow tie.
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If you’d like to remain formal but move away from the morning or evening suit, choose a three-piece lounge suit. Stick to the pristine white shirt and select a tie colour that co-ordinates with the bridesmaids. A white or ivory buttonhole is always striking.
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Add a contemporary twist to this look with a patterned tie. We love this look from Marc Wallace.
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This three-piece suit from Moss Bros is a great choice. A pale coloured shirt relaxes the look once again.
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Ready to be different? Go velvet – it’s a striking choice. Wear a navy velvet jacket with shirt and tie at a city wedding, or combine with tweed for country style. You’ll certainly make an entrance, for all the right reasons!
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If you’re going for three piece, consider bringing a second colour in to the mix with your waistcoat. You might even decide to keep your waistcoat and trousers in the same colour and wear a navy jacket. Here, grey and navy are a match made in wedding Heaven.
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For a formal country wedding, bring in a hint of tweed. This groom looks effortlessly stylish, and the bridesmaids would co-ordinate well in navy or burgundy red.
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Always check out navy wedding suits on the high street, particularly if you’re looking for a two-piece lounge suit. This navy pinstriped tailored suit is from Marks & Spencer. It’s a great choice and easy to wear again after the big day.
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Tying the knot on the beach? Choose a lightweight cotton suit and scrap the tie.
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Finally, with a destination wedding, white trousers and a navy jacket is the ultimate in cool… just don’t spill any food down those pristine slacks!
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