All the tips and advice you need about wedding suits from one of the most dapper companies in the industry!
Finding the right wedding suit is not an easy task, so we thought we’d give you plenty of expert advice from the people who know the industry best. Master Debonair offer a collection of some of the finest groom’s suits around, so if you want to look sharp on your wedding day, pay attention to their expert advice!
At Master Debonair, we believe it’s the finer details that really add flair to a suit, so before you begin to piece your suit together, there are a few things to think about:
Do you want to wear it again? If you feel you want to get more than one use out of your groom’s suit, you really need to think about the different aspects of its style to make it a timeless piece.
Choose your shirt, accessories and colours wisely. Perhaps you want to match the colours of your accessories to the theme of the wedding. Choosing bold, stand-out colours for your tie and pocket square can really set off the whole look of the suit.
Formality and style. You don’t have to choose a ‘traditional’ wedding suit if that look just isn’t for you, this is your chance to create something that suits your style. Booking an appointment with a professional groomswear stylist can help you to decide on the style of suit that will work best.
Plan ahead. Choosing your suit is not something you want to leave until the last minute, especially if you want something bespoke. Ideally, you should have ordered your suit ten weeks prior to your wedding. At Master Debonair, we offer free appointments at our studio, fully equipped with complimentary bar to prepare you and your groomsmen with the perfect outfits for your wedding day.
Here are some of our most popular styles of wedding suits at the moment:
Style 1: Tweed
Made from woollen twill cloth and woven in a variety of patterns, tweed is one of the most traditional fabrics for a suit.
Marc Darcy Eton Navy Check Tweed Style Suit (£215 Three-Piece, £165 Two-Piece)
Marc Darcy Harding Cream Tweed Style Suit (£217.97 Three Piece, £168.98 Two-Piece)
Marc Darcy Sky Blue Check Tweed Style Suit (£217.97 Three Piece, £168.98 Two-Piece)
Marc Darcy Blake Tweed Herringbone Check Suit (207.97 Three Piece, £158.98 Two-Piece)
Style 2: Check
Choosing a check suit is a great way to add a subtle pattern and contrasting colours without going too bold.
Marc Darcy Magnum Blue Windowpane Suit (£202.97 Three-Piece, £156.98 Two-Piece)
Guide London Light Blue Smart Check Suit (£370 Three-Piece, £280 Two-Piece)
Fratelli Tan Herringbone Check Suit (£215 Three-Piece, £165 Two-Piece)
Guide London Navy Smart Check Suit with Highlight Stitching (£370 Three-Piece, £280 Two-Piece)
Style 3: Mono Colour
A suit that is all one colour can still make a statement on your wedding day, and you can add contrasting details to tickets, jets, welts, flaps and pocket bags.
Fratelli Plain Sky Blue Suit (£215 Three-Piece, £165 Two-Piece)
Fratelli Plain Light Grey Suit (£215 Three-Piece, £165 Two-Piece)
Marc Darcy JD4 Navy with Contrast Trim Suit (£215 Three-Piece, £165 Two-Piece)
Fratelli Plain Stone Suit (£215 Three-Piece, £165 Two-Piece)
Style 4: Grey
Robert Simon Grey Check Suit (£209 Three-Piece, £159 Two-Piece)
A grey suit can often be synonymous with work, but this doesn’t have to be the case. Contrasting checks and colours, and subtle details can be added to make it perfect for a special occasion.
Style 5: Cream
Marc Darcy Harding Cream Tweed Suit (£217.97 Three-Piece, £168.98 Two-Piece)
A cream suit is the perfect choice for a summer wedding as it creates a light, sophisticated look. Add contrasting colours to make the outfit more vivid.
Style 6: Brown
Simon Templar Brown Check Suit (£207.97 Three-Piece, £160.98 Two-Piece)
Brown is a great choice for an autumn wedding and can add a classic, vintage feel, so depending on your theme, brown may be the way to go.
Style 7: Blue
Marc Darcy Dion Herringbone Blue (£215 Three-Piece, £165 Two-Piece)
There are so many different shades of blue that are perfect for a wedding. Navy for elegance, sky blue for vibrance, light blue for something unique, royal blue for a traditional feel. Don’t be afraid to explore your options and see which looks best for you.
Style 8: Something Bespoke...
Fit is the first port of call when deciding on the style of your suit. Do you want a classic fit or for your suit to be more slim fit? It’s important to choose a fit that works with your body shape.
There are certain styling options and contrasting details that can add to the elegance of the suit. A flash cuff and contrast stitching can really make your suit stand out.
Once the jacket and fit have been decided, next consider whether you want it to be a two or three-piece. There are many waistcoat options should you decide to opt for a three-piece suit.
Adding a personal touch to your shirt and/or jacket can make the suit even more sentimental and serve as a meaningful souvenir of your special day.
A huge thank you to Master Debonair for providing their expert advice! Make sure you head to their website for all your wedding suit and sartorial needs!