Gone are the times of wearing the conventional dim suits in dark, naval force and dull dim for a late spring wedding. Rather, they are being supplanted by wedding suits in pale dim, delicate beiges and cloth styles. A significant number of the old-school, formal wedding suit rules are being broken and it’s presently splendidly adequate to dump the full suit and rather wear a light overcoat and pants, or swap the coat inside and out and essentially shake a shirt combined with a petticoat or props. Like we generally say here at One Fab Day, it’s your day, so do it your way. Our 6 Summer Wedding Looks will work for plant gatherings, open air summer wedding functions, moving under the stars at a shoreline gathering, and everything in the middle.
Try Bold Blazers
Colourful blazers are a great look for garden party weddings, crossing over the divide between formal and casual. Go for solid light shades or try seersucker and summer tweeds.
Choose Light and Bright Suits
Black and navy are classics when it coms to wedding suits but as darker colours they retain heat, so for a warm weather wedding suits in lighter shades are the better option. Light grey, blue, beige and cream are great summer wedding suits to keep cool in the heat.
Choose Casual, Yet Chic, Chinos
A casual and fun look for a more chilled celebration, chinos and colourful slacks are perfect for pairing with a blazer like above. While not for everyone, if your other half tends to wear colourful chinos on a night out, then maybe grooming up his preferred casual look is a winner.
Ditch the Jacket if you want
No jacket, no problem! Ditch the jacket and simply pair a waistcoat with trousers or rock a braces, shirt and bowtie. Match your waistcoat to your trousers, or opt for a contrasting colour or pattern. Colourful braces or tan suspenders look great paired with a white shirt, or go bold with a pattern print shirt. Don’t dismiss short sleeves, it depends on the overall look of the wedding but if it is a laid-back, outdoors, garden party or an old barn affair and not a castle or grand ballroom do, then a short sleeve shirt is definitely acceptable.
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Have Fun With Your Accessories
Have fun and play around with your accessories, mix and match prints, patterns and solids. Consider pops of colour in your ties or bowties and colourful boutonnieres, a print shirt adds a little personality.