Let’s focus on how we’re going to dazzle your love on your wedding day in a well chosen suit. Or tux? This is a great place to begin. The first thing to ask yourself is how formal your wedding will be and whether you will be wearing a tuxedo or suit. This is a conversation to have with your betrothed as you will match in this regard. The main difference between a tux and suit is going to be satin: satin lapels, buttons, and the iconic stripe down the pant leg.
Once you’ve planned if your wedding will be a black-tie, formal, semi-casual, or casual occasion, that will point you toward suit colors.
Tuxedos are not for before 5 p.m. (that’s a bit walk of shame-y, don’t ya think?) so it’s out for any daytime wedding. But night doesn’t necessarily mean it will be black tie either. Night could simply be formal and require a black or dark suit. Day, night, formal, casual - establish these first. And not just so you can plan how much pre-game day drinking you can get away with.
For casual or destination weddings, picture a beach. The tans of the sand, the blues of the water and think...hey buddy. Stop mind surfing those waves and come back to this page. We have suits to think about here. Anyhoo, a light colored suit is going to be the go-to.
The last - and we cannot stress this enough - and most important thing about whichever suit or tux you wear is going to be the fit. It’s hard to be taken seriously in an ill-fitting suit. Seriously. Start early with buying your suit and find a skilled tailor to get that custom fit you deserve. And since it’s your wedding, have a little fun. Add in a custom made bow tie, cufflinks, or your grandfather’s pocket square.
You can kick this whole process off by taking the world’s least painful quiz. For more help, book a virtual appointment with our stylist to pick the best suit for your special day. We’ll even send you a suit to try on. If you love it, keep it. If not, send it back for free.
It’s your day and we’re going to help you look as good as you feel. Congratulations on choosing Tomasso Black and cheers to your wedding!