Suiting up

Mak­ing the right choice is vi­tal for groom, grooms­men

Mackay and Whitsundays Wedding Guide - - Contents -

COOL, calm and col­lected. That is what a groom has to be on his wed­ding day and good at­tire is key to that com­po­sure.

While not as im­por­tant as the wed­ding dress, the groom’s suit is still an­other im­por­tant choice that has to be made.

More prac­ti­cal than a wed­ding dress, a suit can be worn more than once, so it’s im­por­tant to get the choice right.

A morn­ing suit is one of the most for­mal and tra­di­tional suits a groom and grooms­men could wear. They are gen­er­ally worn with a top hat, striped trousers and waist­coat.

For a time­less look, con­sider a black tie suit. Paired with a bow-tie and a white col­lared shirt the groom will in­stantly have an ele­gant and classy look about him, plus a suit that will be per­fect for go­ing to the theatre or evening soirees in.

Black, navy blue, char­coal grey, brown and pin­stripe suit colours are per­fect for suits that can be utilised again in the fu­ture.

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