A proper wedding suit should appear modern and stylish. You can do this by accessorising the suit in a non-traditional way with different shades of colours, together with vests, bowties, silk brocades, belts and shoes. Proper fitting is the most crucial aspect when it comes to dressing the groom. Ravin Binwani, director of Binwani’s, advises that the hem of the jacket should be no longer than the middle finger, the sleeve should grace the top of the hand and the shirt cuff should peek out from the jacket sleeve no more than half an inch. Trousers on the other hand should skim the heel of the shoes and break slightly over the top of the front of the shoes. The four essential parts that the groom should pay attention to are the shoulders, chest, waist and hip areas. Follow these rules of thumb and you should look your best on your big day.