Relaxed Threads and Formal Meets Functionality
Is the man of your dreams giving you nightmares about what he’s going to wear? No need to panic! Being stylish has never been so simple, whatever the level of formality you choose.
An informal khaki suit is perfect for a casual backyard or ocean front soiree. If you’re going ultra- casual, even his tie can be optional. Brighten up his suit with a pop of color. Go bold with a cheery coral jacket or tone it down with a baby blue number that matches your bouquet. A classic white linen suit and vest, topped by a cheeky Panama hat, is a sure show stopper. Choosing a lightweight cotton poplin or linen number will keep him cool and comfortable. We don’t want a cranky groom, now, do we?
Light colored (and light weight) suits are popping up in all shades
For a semi-formal or cocktail event, you can take the formality up a notch without losing the comfort of more casual wear. Light colored (and light weight!) suits are popping up in all shades of grays, tans, and trendy pastels. Choose a hue to match your bouquet or complement your maids’ gowns. Add some chic with an unexpectedly bold tie. When it comes to color, there’s something to satisfy everyone’s taste! Even the traditional black tux has been casualized.
He’ll look good enough to top the cake in an informal tuxedo suit. The simple satin details on the lapels, slit pockets and legs guarantee this look has that Hollywood wow factor of style and elegance. Add a black bow tie for that Cary Grant look. Sophisticated, classy and comfortable all in one.
With so many choices, there’s something for every personality. And when you see him waiting for you at the altar, you’ll know that I do has never looked quite so good.
Relaxed Threads Part One
Erin and Scott were married at the Montage Resort and Spa in Laguna Beach, Ca. Here is their custom Queensberry wedding album.
Shoes: Jimmy Choo