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It’s your best friend’s wedding, before everything else remember to suit up in your finest. Suits are timeless and completely adaptable. Get your creative hats on and suit up in ways you won’t bore yourself or shock grandmothers.

Are you old school with suits? Fret not; you can still be more suave than the center piece on wedding tables. Wear your classic suit in monotones and accessories with colors. Wear a contrasting pocket square, bright cuff links and a bow tie to mix things a little. Finish this by wearing smart leather loafers. Viola! You scream wedding ready.

We’ll say be bold and wear whites! Yes that’s correct. White is rarely worn during weddings. Play with your white suit by teaming it with a bright colored shirt and a tie chosen in the same color spectrum. Pin a small flower to your suit and this will surely get you some brownie points from all the bridesmaids.

Get rad and incorporate satins or velvets in your suits. Wearing a tuxedo is the easiest way to do so in James Bond style. This instantly adds a party vibe. Tuxedos are meant for flamboyant occasions. One simple rule while wearing a tuxedo is to remember that your underpinnings should be sober.

Lastly let’s not forget to accessorize correctly. Begin with making sure your suit is well tailored then spruce your look by adding subtle details like a pocket square a cummerbund, a vest or a colorful turban. Add finesse by sporting a neat hairstyle and saddle up well by wearing your jazzy shoes. Tip: Leave your belt and sunglasses at home as they are not suit conformist.

Suits are electric, smart and sharp. Exactly how one should look at a wedding. It helps you be your best version.

Image credits - Stylishheve.com, perfectweddings.info, .johnlewis.com

Suit up for your best friend’s wedding

Smrithi Rao

It’s your best friend’s wedding, before everything else remember to suit up in your finest. Suits are timeless and completely adaptable. Get your creative hats on and suit up in ways you won’t bore yourself or shock grandmothers.

Are you old school with suits? Fret not; you can still be more suave than the center piece on wedding tables. Wear your classic suit in monotones and accessories with colors. Wear a contrasting pocket square, bright cuff links and a bow tie to mix things a little. Finish this by wearing smart leather loafers. Viola! You scream wedding ready.

We’ll say be bold and wear whites! Yes that’s correct. White is rarely worn during weddings. Play with your white suit by teaming it with a bright colored shirt and a tie chosen in the same color spectrum. Pin a small flower to your suit and this will surely get you some brownie points from all the bridesmaids.

Get rad and incorporate satins or velvets in your suits. Wearing a tuxedo is the easiest way to do so in James Bond style. This instantly adds a party vibe. Tuxedos are meant for flamboyant occasions. One simple rule while wearing a tuxedo is to remember that your underpinnings should be sober.

Lastly let’s not forget to accessorize correctly. Begin with making sure your suit is well tailored then spruce your look by adding subtle details like a pocket square a cummerbund, a vest or a colorful turban. Add finesse by sporting a neat hairstyle and saddle up well by wearing your jazzy shoes. Tip: Leave your belt and sunglasses at home as they are not suit conformist.

Suits are electric, smart and sharp. Exactly how one should look at a wedding. It helps you be your best version.

Image credits - Stylishheve.com, perfectweddings.info, .johnlewis.com

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