Wedding Suit To Work Suit

Wedding Suit To Work Suit

Taking Your Wedding Suit Beyond Your Vows

Having a bespoke suit is a big investment, so you want to be sure that after your wedding day it doesn’t just hang in a closet. Here are some useful tips and tricks to making the most of your wedding suit. Make sure it has longevity and see’s you beyond your vows.

With a bit of forward thinking and planning your suit can become a well-used wardrobe asset. The most important thing to consider is what you want to use the suit for after the wedding. Will you use the suit for work  afterwards? Do you just need a smart suit for those monthly work meetings? Do you do a lot of networking and want something that will make you stand out from the crowd? Does your office have a more relaxed atmosphere and want a suit that can be worn as separates? These are all important questions to get your head around.

The Everyday Suit

 

Once you have established want to want to use the suit for afterwards you can start thinking about fabric’s and colour. For a suit that will be later worn as a work suit blues and greys are brilliant and they are versatile and look sharp as both a wedding suit and a work suit.

If you only wear a work suit of a handful of occasions then you can go for something with a bit of pattern to it, window pane checks, prince of wales checks, houndstooth and birds eye all work well.

The Crown Pleaser

If you are looking for something that is going to really make you stand out from a crowd we suggest going for a more unique colour like a really dark green. Alternatively if you want to play it slightly safer you can go for a contrasting waistcoat to really lift your suit and make it sticking.

Tweed

If you have a more relaxed work space, hardly ever wear a suit and want something that can be worn as separates to work and a nice jacket to wear for weekends to the local pub we suggest a tweed fabric for you. We are not suggesting hunting, shooting, fishing tweed, but a beautifully refined tweed in either blues, browns, dark greens or greys. Tweed makes great smart casual jackets, trousers and waistcoats and can be worn together or separately.

It is a lot to take in on top of planing a wedding! But the more you think about what you are going to wear and how you want to wear it the more longevity you will have with your suit. Our designers and tailors are always on hand to guide and help you with any questions you may have.

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