What suit for the groom? This is a tough question that is impossible to answer in a single line. During the in-store appointment, it is very often that future grooms feel lost when faced with the choices they have to make; and it is true that social networks offer you a plethora of inspiration, it can be difficult to find your way with the diversity and variety of content.
First of all, it is important to keep in mind that, being one of the two main actors of this wonderful day, we want you to find the outfit that suits you. Don't try to imitate an outfit because you read that a traditional wedding should have a tailcoat, bow tie or red shoes, just be yourself. Our goal is that, no matter what you choose, you look handsome.
But now that I've given you the "common thread" of thought, the rest of your choices can be narrowed down to the obvious.
The first question to ask yourself is: what theme for your wedding?
We have for you to determine 5 themes that come up regularly:
-The timeless navy blue: versatile suit, it corresponds perfectly to the one who wants to be able to reuse his suit easily. Timeless, it offers a silhouette that is both elegant and easy to match with all colour palettes.
- Tuxedo: The perfect gentleman's suit, the tuxedo is ideal for chic and dressy ceremonies. Its effect is immediate as it has the connotation of a great event outfit.
-Country: A fashionable theme, it is available under several names such as "nature" or "bohemian". Often in two pieces, the colour palette will be around pastel notes reminiscent of the natural colours of a field, a forest, fall or spring.
-Boho/Rock: it is close to the country style except that it is a little less formal. Material with relief, pants and jacket of different colours, or atypical detail, it requires, however, a reflection around the combination of shades and the combination of pieces to stay within the scope of a future groom without falling into the casual.
-The boho chic: More dressed up than the two previous ones, it benefits from a third piece giving a more distinguished look. Once you have decided on your theme, the next step is to determine a colour palette for the wedding.
Would you go for fall colours like terracotta, brown, greige or a more spring-like palette like eucalyptus, pink, beige. This is an important step that will give direction to the choices of the personalization of your suit such as the main colour, the lining, the embroidery of the monogram.
When you have the answers to these two questions, we will already have a clearer idea of where we are headed. Perhaps then the final choice of your suit will be made at the store with one of our consultants. But don't forget, the goal is for you to find yourself handsome.
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