STYLE EDITOR’S TOP TIPS

Cosmopolitan Bride (Australia) - - THE BOYS -

SHORT STORY

When done right, this look re­ally works. Aim for the short length to sit just above the knee – any­thing shorter is bet­ter re­served for your hon­ey­moon!

TIME FOR T-SHIRTS

You can to­tally wear a T-shirt on your big day! If you’re hav­ing a su­per­ca­sual wed­ding by the coast or in the coun­try, this look will work.

BREATHE-EASY LINEN

Linen is made from fi­bres de­rived from the flax plant – which, in English, means it’s your friend. As it’s breath­able, it’ll help keep you from over­heat­ing. How­ever, linen creases eas­ily, so you may want to just stick to a shirt rather than a whole suit.

STYLISH SNEAKERS

…are def­i­nitely al­lowed! If you and your part­ner are into more of a street vibe, get ready to be the most com­fort­able guy at the party. A clas­sic leather pair el­e­vates the look, but a trusty pair of Cons will make any suit look in­stantly cooler.

CRUSH­ING ON CHI­NOS

Many suit brands are of­fer­ing cot­ton-based, chino-style op­tions, and the right pair will al­ways leave you feel­ing preppy and dressed up. Pair them with a shirt and blazer and don’t be afraid to roll them up.

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