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Wedding season is here, stay with looking for inspiration and direction for your perfect wedding Outfit Weather you are the Best man, a Groomsman or a littler one to outfit. We have a style to match any wedding theme. Here at Collective 13 we understand the stresses that come with picking an appropriate outfit for a wedding which is why we are here to help you out. From classic suits and tuxedos to casual shirts and trousers/chinos we’ve got you covered with a wide range of wedding guest outfit styles to suit you. Shop Marc Darcy suits and get tailored with us at C13.
Whether the wedding you’re attending is black tie, cocktail or casual, the most important thing to remember when deciding on an outfit is to not take attention away from the groom. Most wedding invitations will specify what the dress code and/or colour scheme is so that you can pick your suit out accordingly. If this is not detailed on the invite, ask the happy couple ahead of time what the groomsmen and the rest of the wedding party will be wearing so that you can make sure you don’t blend in.
.A casual dress code for a wedding is a nice way for the bride and groom to give you permission to essentially wear whatever you want. This is great for those not wanting to splash out on a new formal outfit that will most likely just be worn once and instead just create an outfit using any blazer or shirt you already own. For this dress code, a full suit is not necessary, you can get away with wearing just a shirt or blazer with a pair of chinos or trousers, and any pair of shoes you wish. Have fun with more vibrant colours and patterns, whether you choose to draw your inspiration from seasonal tones or the wedding colour scheme, a casual wedding is your chance to get creative with your look.
Cocktail wedding dress codes are one of the most common modern wedding attire trends and also give guests the most amount of freedom with their outfit choices. You’re still expected to wear a full suit or at very least a smart suit jacket with a formal shirt and shoes but you can leave the tie at home if you wish and have fun with the colours and patterns you choose to wear.
This dress code typically means that male guests should wear a tuxedo or smart dinner suit, accessorised with bow ties. Black tie doesn’t always mean that your tuxedo or dinner suit has to be black. Although the name suggests that black is the only option, in some instances a subtle pattern is allowed. We recommend steering clear of patterns that are too busy or bold and instead opt for a subtle print in neutral tones such as black, navy and brown.