Wondering what to wear for Summer? Or what to wear for a Summer wedding? Our job is to make you look cool and stay cool while your kitted out at your next warm weather gathering, which we hope will be sooner than later. We break down the most popular fabrics to beat the heat in.
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!
Looking for a suit that is light and cool enough for Summer but isn’t linen and stays crips like business suit? Well this beautiful blue suit in a “Fresco Traveller” fabric by Caccioppoli is the one. Fresco is typically made up of a high twist wool and plain weave. The high twist creates an open weave which makes it very breathable and lightweight, great for hot weather. Although it is quite dense and very resilient, makes it perfect for traveling. The subtle plaid pattern shown here also has a bright blue windowpane which adds a little pop of color. Caccioppoli fabric #390434 in Book no. 3904
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Two piece, two button suit in a notch lapel, rounded patch pockets and flat front trouser with side tab adjusters.
3 1/2″ wide notch lapel with Milanese buttonhole and a soft shoulder
The close up of the plaid and windowpane pattern
Rounded patch pockets with patch ticket pocket for a more relaxed look
Two functional sleeve button holes