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What A Groom Should Wear

When it comes to weddings and what a Groom should wear all comes down to how formal the wedding actually is. The location of the wedding and time of day play some factors and also any wedding colors that need to be incorporated.

Some Grooms tend to want something that is a little different, but not too flashy. Others want a real over the top stunner piece, while some very understated. Whichever route you decide to take should be a reflection of you and always remember at least you can wear it many times after the wedding.

If you or someone you know is having an upcoming wedding and not sure where to start, we would love to meet you and answer any questions you may have. Keep in mind that the process start to finish is typically 4-6 weeks with a few fittings if necessary. Plan accordingly and don’t wait until the last minute to avoid any unnecessary stress.

Here are a few real wedding photos of Grooms and couples we had the pleasure of dressing for the big day. Enjoy!

Holly Farm Wedding
The Groom & Groomsmen in Formal Black Tie
Hawaii beach wedding. Off white tropical wool dinner jacket and black wool formal trouser. Off white dinner jackets are typically worn for warmer climates. This style of dinner jacket is never pure white as they should contrast the formal shirt which is white.
Classic Black Tie. Peak lapel one button black wool Tuxedo. Tuxedo’s should be either a peak lapel or shawl lapel, save a notch lapel for suiting. And always one button.
Grey Mohair three piece peak lapel Tuxedo
Royal Blue windowpane suit
Brown tweed houndstooth for a rustic wedding
A rust paisley lining to incorporate some of the wedding colors
The Bride & Grooms wedding date embroidered under the collar make this really special
With the suit jacket off at the reception reveals the waistcoat with notched lapels
Black wool Nehru suit
Midnight Blue velvet dinner jacket and Black formal trouser
Burgundy wool shawl lapel Tuxedo
One button Charcoal Grey Wool Shawl Lapel Tuxedo. Worn with a Fly Front Tuxedo Shirt with French Cuffs and Cummerbund.
The Groom in a charcoal grey tuxedo and all of the Groomsmen in medium Grey suits.
All custom by Situation Control
The Madonna Inn Wedding
Black peak lapel velvet dinner jacket, pleated stud front formal shirt and bow tie.
The boutonniere sets it off nicely.
Chaz in NYC nailing the modern no socks with velvet slipper look
Buttery soft Grey velvet dinner jacket
Tan tropical wool suit for a Summer Wedding.
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Classic Black Tie

You just cannot go wrong with a classic Black Tuxedo. This one features a one button peak lapel jacket with satin trim and besom pockets, roped shoulder and a flat front trouser in Super 130’s wool by Vitale Barberis Canonico.
Our custom French cuff formal shirt and Sit-Con Bow tie.
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Grey Tuxedo

Yes it’s ok to do formal in Grey. This grey sharkskin wool three piece tuxedo is in Super 120’s VBC fabric and is wrapped in smooth Black satin on the lapels, jetted pockets and buttons.

The finest “natural sharkskin” fabric has been historically made of all natural fibers, being some mixture of mohairwool and silk.
Sharkskin is a smooth worsted fabric with a soft texture and a two-toned woven appearance.
Sharkskins’ two-toned woven appearance is achieved by basketweaving, thereby creating a pattern in which the colored threads run diagonal to the white fibers. Because both fabric options already have a relatively smooth texture, the combination results in the finish for which sharkskin fabric is known.
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Dapper Dandy

Wedding Location: @bodegabaysecretgardens
Photos: @lifeof_robbie
Florals: @katebarhydtdesign
Dress: @pronovias
Suit: Situation Control
Custom three piece suit in dark brown houndstooth wool in fabric by Caccioppoli from their Dapper Dandy cloth collection. Paired with our custom cut away french cuff shirt.
Pocket watch detail (client’s own)
Side tab adjusters and 2″ cuffed bottoms
Wedding date embroidered on the under collar felt
Milanese buttonhole and Sit-Con lapel pin in gold
Rust paisley lining and 5 button waistcoat with notch lapel
Flap pockets with flap ticket pocket
Caccioppoli “Dapper Dandy” wool Made in England
Burgundy double monk cap toe dress shoes by Meermin (clients own)
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Spencer & Hannah

One button shawl lapel ivory tropical wool dinner jacket for a wedding client. This one featured here has a fabric facing lapel and fully lined and has a padded shoulder. Paired with a black wool formal trouser and our stud front formal shirt with French cuffs and bow tie. All by Situation Control.
Wedding photography @nickskinnerweddings
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Flannel for Fall

It may be Indian Summer here in San Francisco but we’re warming up to the Fall season with this light brown suit in a Super 120’s flannel wool by Vitale Barberis Canonico
The light beige or you could call it Oatmeal has a nice light texture and nap to it.
At only 270 gr it is the perfect weight for the Bay Area and a Fall wedding. Just giving it the right amount of warmth and texture without making the wearer too hot .
Our custom cutaway collar and wool Prince of Whales tie
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Nehru Suit

The Nehru jacket is a hip-length tailored coat with a mandarin collar, and with its front modelled on the Indian achkan or sherwani, a garment worn by Jawaharlal Nehru, the Prime Minister of India from 1947 to 1964.
This one seen here is a Black wool in Super 130’s cloth.
Mao style shirt and suit collar
Side tab adjusters on the trouser
The inspiration, I think we nailed it.
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Midnight Blue Velvet

Formal wear is our passion, especially in velvet. Pictured here is our Midnight Blue velvet dinner jacket for one of our wedding clients. It features a one button closure, black grosgrain trim on lapels, jetted pockets and buttons. Paired with our custom white fly front, french cuff shirt and matching grosgrain bow tie. Worn with a traditional black formal trouser and black velvet slippers.