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If you are from a western country or you are looking for a Christian wedding, a suit is very essential. If not compulsively, it will be traditionally.
A bright and glorious day like that requires the glamor and luxury you can afford-in a tuxedo or conventional suit.
The GROOM SUIT should ooze out confidence and reflect radiance. It must relate to all that is the day and event. Moreover, since the groom is not alone, his suit needs not much contrasting to that of his groomsmen.
COMMONLY USED SUIT COLORS FOR WEDDING
Not all colors are good enough for the suit but some colors always want to look glamorous to occasion. Check them out:
- Charcoal gray
- Dark gray
- Navy blue
- Chocolate brown or just brown
- Cream color or Gold color
SOME SUIT TYPES FOR WEDDING
- Morning suit: This combination involves matching jacket color with that of the vest but a contrasting color for the trouser (which should be striped).
How about this [combination]: white jacket with white vest, sky blue shirt, striped navy blue trousers plus a red tie and cool red pocket square. That should make some cool man walking down the aisle. Let me be sure that you do not 'colorblock'
- Lounge suit: feel like going British? Then you can go for a lounge suit. A lounge suit is a combination of matching the jacket, vest and trousers in unison [colour wise], Just the right combination for official business.
Even with other accessories.
Have this in mind: when the color is right then expect a bright and easy day down the aisle.
The above mentioned are a part of many suit types that can be used for a wedding.
Talking about price: A cool GROOM SUIT can go for $ 300 at minimum and maybe $ 5,000 at maximum: it's all up to you. Hiring is an option but I do not think it is advisable since it is going to be a special day as you know.
Just to let you in on this: Never should you take the decision [of what to wear] without your 'better half' for you are never complete without.
The choice of your GROOM SUIT play a part in how the 'I DO' rings out. Make IT count!