Sim­chah gos­sip

Elisa Cowen spot­lights eye-catch­ing looks for the groom and his party

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Slim-line suits are the look for grooms this sea­son, say the ex­perts at Im­pec­ca­ble. The Hatch End store has light­weight slim-fit lounge suits in navy, light grey, dark grey and black and also much slim­mer fit­ting morn­ing tails in the same colours. Many of th­ese suits now come with match­ing waist­coats or with the new low-cut waist­coats. Just in are new slim­line din­ner suits, Ital­ian tai­lored-fit din­ner and party shirts, cuff­links and patent shoes.


Look­ing for a dis­tinc­tive shirt, gen­tle­men? Jermyn Street shirt­maker Hawes & Cur­tis is cel­e­brat­ing its cen­te­nary this month. With an il­lus­tri­ous client list in­clud­ing Ed­ward VIII, Lord Mount­bat­ten, Cary Grant and Frank Si­na­tra. Hawes & Cur­tis is known for its bold pat­terns and bright weaves. It also has en­vi­able fash­ion col­lec­tions for both men and women and re­cently launched a land­mark char­ity col­lec­tion for Wel­lChild.


Don’t be over­whelmed by the idea of hav­ing a suit made for you. It needn’t be in­tim­i­dat­ing, or ex­pen­sive, says Sav­ile-Row­trained tai­lor Tony Stein. He prom­ises to make the process sim­ple and re­lax­ing. Stein be­spoke tai­lor­ing will help you find the right style for you, tak­ing com­pre­hen­sive mea­sure­ments for a per­fect fit. Fur­ther fit­tings take place if re­quired and then, six to seven weeks later, Tony will per­son­ally de­liver your new suit. A dis­tinc­tive shirt can also be made for you, cus­tomised with your own mono­gram, con­trast­ing but­tons, or dou­ble col­lars — what­ever you fancy. Or you can have a tra­di­tional shirt, but skil­fully tai­lored to make you feel fan­tasti

cally debonair on the big day.

Right and mid­dle: suits with con­trast lapel from a se­lec­tion at Im­pec­ca­ble

Above: Prince of Wales check suit, to or­der from Stein Be­spoke Tai­lor­ing.

Far right: shirt, from £39.50 at Hawes & Cur­tis

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