What To Wear To A Summer Wedding
Personally, I love a good wedding, and a summer wedding even more. It is the perfect occasion to look sharp, and because of the time of year, summer weddings can also be a more casual affair, thus you have more options when it comes to attire. Now, there's nothing wrong if you want to go with the timeless black suit, tuxedo shirt and bowtie look, and if you want to go that route, you can’t go wrong with our Pleated Formal Tuxedo shirt, however it’s summer-time, why not try something different?
Our suggestion for thinking outside of the box is with the use of color. Make a statement by opting for a suit in lighter shades. Instead of black, try a suit in tan, stone or light grey. With the suit picked out, don’t be afraid to wow the other guests with a sharp shirt/tie color combination. Our Beverly Queens Oxford is a great choice. The elegance of our royal oxford fabric, a classic spread collar and the option of five seasonal colors, combine for true sartorial splendor. If you still want to go the dark and dressy route, pick out a navy suit instead of black. Navy is always a great choice as it is classic and elegant, while looking a little lighter than black, which is perfect for the summer months. Pair the navy suit with our Norton Solid Dress Shirt, a solid white shirt in a subtle diamond like pattern and modeled in a Windsor collar. As with all ENRO shirts, the non-iron performance will keep you wrinkle free...even in the heat of the season.
Your type of footwear is also very important. Most of the time we don't put a lot of thought in to what is on our feet. It's easy to have a perfectly polished look ruined by wearing either the wrong shoes, or shoes that are dirty or scuffed. Make sure the shoes you wear are clean, polished and in line with the rest of your outfit. Oxfords and Brogues are classic and timeless, and if you want something a bit more dapper and casual, go with the loafers without socks look.
Now go and look your summer wedding best, just don’t look so good that you steal the show...I imagine an angry bride isn’t quite so much fun.