Tailored suit for Wedding
Ceremonial wedding suit
The ceremonial outfit is full of history and emotion. As with the bride's wedding dress, the ceremonial wedding suit is made almost exclusively with the occasion in mind.
From the traditional attire of the "French frock" to the mismatched pants, passing by way of the Tuxedo, the ceremonial universe answers to a set of codes.
However, the evolution of fashion and trends permits for, if the future groom so desires, the taking of a few liberties, notably regarding the contrast of fabrics and colors.
Pastoral wedding suit
The pastoral/nature weddings have the wind in their sails. The groom's outfit has therefore changed in order to better integrate the realm of the wedding that is natural, floral, and sometimes a bit quirky.
The three-piece suit often remains the rule, but the colors have changed. Bright blues and pale colors (blue/grey for example) are the most requested.
Accessorizing and details are essential elements of the wedding's theme. Floral patterns of the "liberty" type make their appearance on the details (pocket interieurs, tightening-buckles, buttons) or more visibly with pocket squares, bowties, or even the lining of the waistcoat back...
Cuff link contrasts, button choices, and suede on the collar discretely finish off the look of the outfit.
Traditional wedding suit
For the future brides and grooms that don't see themselves in the Pastoral world and who want to avoid an overly ceremonial outfit, a traditional wedding suit is very appropriate.
With a two- or three-piece suit, of which the colors will more often than not be dark, the ceremonial aspect can be found in the details (lining, buttons, buttonholes,...) and through accessorizing (Ascot tie, bowtie, necktie, pocket squares).
There is not, however, a typical traditional wedding suit, which leaves room for a large array of possible variations. A traditional wedding suit has another advantage: you will be able to wear it daily.