Make sure you’re stylishly suited and booted with our edit of the best suits for grooms, guests and best men – plus, discover accessories to complete your look
For a traditional wedding: the single-breasted two-piece and contrast waistcoat
Choose a two-piece you can wear again and again to ensure you get the best cost-per-wear return from your big-day outfit. A beautifully tailored single-breasted navy suit, like our Savile Row-inspired jacket and trousers, will never go out of style, making it a savvy choice if you’re looking to get maximum wear out of your wedding look. Add a contrasting waistcoat and accessories in shades that coordinate with the wedding colour scheme and team with classic lace-up derby shoes.
For a sun-drenched destination wedding: the linen suit
For a destination wedding in a sunny location, your best bet is to wear a light-coloured linen suit – the fabric’s natural breathability will help you keep your cool when it’s hot. Our Italian Linen Miracle suit jacket and trousers, as worn by England and Saracens rugby star Maro Itoje, look and feel just like linen but are made from a clever linen blend that stops creases forming, so you’ll stay looking sharp from the vows to the last dance. Add a tie for a formal feel or go casual with a crisp white T-shirt and finish the look with suede loafers or sandals for a beach wedding.
Find expertly designed clothing for larger frames, from wedding suits to honeymoon essentials, in our Big & Tall range.
For a casual wedding: the mix-and-match approach
The casual wedding can be tricky to navigate, sartorially speaking. Just how dressed up or down should you go? Aim for somewhere in the middle and take a smart-casual approach, teaming a blazer with flat-front trousers or chinos in a different colour. Replacing a shirt and tie with a polo shirt or T-shirt instantly makes a blazer feel less formal, as will wearing casual footwear or box-fresh, minimalist trainers instead of smart leather shoes.
For the quirky-venue wedding: the double-breasted suit
You’ve secured the characterful pub, Victorian music hall or industrial warehouse venue of your dreams, so you’re going to need a standout suit to match your standout wedding destination. Our textured double-breasted jacket and trousers are just the thing for the groom or guest who’s looking for something a little different. Style it with a white shirt, clash patterns with a polka-dot tie and finish the look with a pair of navy suede loafers.
Words: Miranda Eason