Yesterday my colleague traditional wedding suit or "morning suit," which he implied was perfect for the groom who wants his outfit to reflect the one-off nature of the day. But in the modern age, not everyone wants to go the whole nine yards on their wedding day and some people would rather inject fun into their nuptial garments, hence the proliferation of Converse All Stars as wedding shoes, the hipsterish acceptability of rolled up jacket sleeves during the ceremony, and groomsmen wearing comedic braces. Whatever you think of this “dumbing down” of the traditional wedding garb (does it represent a loss of seriousness in relation to the wedding vows or is it the re-injection of a bit of fun into an otherwise tired ceremony?), the choice of how to dress (and also, what the garments mean to you) lies always with you and nobody else. Here I want to offer you some wedding clothes ideas that differ from traditional morning dress.
First and foremost, the three piece suit, while not morning dress, is perfectly acceptable groom attire (and to be honest, not unconventional at all). It has the benefit of being extremely formal and can be modernized with unusual details like a floral shirt or a snazzy tie (see the pictures above for evidence of how one previous client wore his three piece suit with a touch of pink for a slightly unconventional edge).
Next up, feel free to wear what you want! As I mentioned above, the Converse tennis shoe has become a common sight at many modern weddings: while I’m not yet sure what I think about this (it seems to be a bit of a desperate attempt to inject some “cool” into a ceremony that some evidently think is “uncool”), I at least appreciate the attempt to personalize one’s wedding and be different. If not Converse, think about a brightly colored suit: rather than going for a more traditional dark or light gray, try teal or electric blue. This is your wedding day, after all, and it’s fun to wear something unusual if you’re not going for the full morning suit. style advisor. Finally, if you see something you like (on the TV or in a magazine), take a picture of it and bring it in: we’re more than happy to respond to your requests.