Top Tips Tuesday: The Perfect Autumn Wedding Attire with New & Lingwood
Morning! I hope you’re all well?
We have a slightly different post for you all today, mainly aimed at our lovely male audience. Yes, we are well aware that there are plenty of gorgeous men out there who are always on the look out for their daily dose of wedding inspiration. And, you’ll be glad to know that today’s inspiration comes in the form of stylish guest wear, grooms wear and just a few tip’s for the savvy shopper.
We of course, couldn’t miss out on this opportunity to reach out to you all about one of the longest established, and most respected gentleman’s outfitters for some wedding day advice on how to spruce up your wardrobe.
New & Lingwood have the perfect pieces for dressing, whether it is your special day or you are attending as a guest. New & Lingwood’s Product & Marketing Director, Simon Maloney shares his styling tips on how to create the perfect look for the upcoming winter wedding season…
STANDING AT THE ALTAR – TIPS FOR THE GROOM & HIS GROOMSMEN
Tail or no tail? – A formal wedding calls for classic dressing and attention to detail. Opt for a timeless a three piece day suit in navy or grey. Depending on the formality of the event, you may wish to go for a classic black tuxedo or morning suit for a dashing and elegant look.
Details are imperative – Although the day carries a conservative dress code this does not mean attention to detail needs to be lost – to add a dash of the perfect shade of blue- opt for New & Lingwood’s mid-calf cotton sock in Sky.
Be polished – A true gentleman’s shoes should be polished to a mirror finish. Secondly, make sure your trouser hems are at the correct length, not too much of a break please – it just looks like your trousers are falling down!
DRESS TO IMPRESS – TIPS FOR GUESTS
Sartorial Flair – Stand out from the crowd and be brave this wedding season. For something less conventional experiment with different colours and textures to showcase your personal flair and style – but always make sure the use of different scales of patterns complement one another and never fight – another good tip for a wedding!
Perfect Tailoring – It’s imperative that your suit or jacket have an immaculately tailored finish. Neatly cut shoulders and perfectly abbreviated sleeves that show at least an inch of your shirt cuff.
Dress Code Dilemma – When the invitation doesn’t specify a dress code, always opt for a sharp-yet understated look – it doesn’t necessarily mean black tie or formal. The Cocktail dress code gives gentleman freedom to add personality, push the boundaries and encapsulate everything they admire in fashion while keeping it tasteful.
Have you got your wedding attire covered yet for weddings this year? If so, what style are you opting for? We’re loving these tip’s from New & Lingwood!
As always, let us know your opinions – do you have any alternative advice?