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Men's Wedding Style Guide

Posted by Alexandra C. | Wednesday July 4, 201213 comments

I once heard, and I myself have said this before, that for women, a well cut suit on a man is the equivalent of lingerie on a woman for men. If that's the case, then where the heck have all the dapper men gone? Seriously, can we bring back pocket squares, cufflinks and fedoras that don't look awful? 

Now, here is a man who knows how to wear a suit!

On my mission to resurrect the long lost stylish and sophisticated gentleman, I think the first issue to tackle is formal wear. Men (and ladies too), take note. There are very few occasions in life where denim is acceptable at a formal event. With that in mind, we're going to be looking at one of the more common formal events. It's an event that I am sure many of you will be attending (along with that guy of your's) this summer: the wedding. 

Of course, no two weddings are alike. To compliment the wedding theme, we have four suited looks to give you and your guy some stylspiration for any type of wedding you might be attending. 

Beach Wedding: Club Monaco Leo Shirt (C$89.50), 7 For All Mankind Faded Linen-Blend Chino (C$235.00), Sperry Authentic Original Boat Shoes (C$89.99)
City Chic Wedding: Talia Orange Suit in Pearl Grey (C$450.00), Talia Orange Tie (C$60.00), Talia Orange Dress Shirt (C$70.00)
(more information available at tiptop.ca 

Rustic Wedding: Banana Republic Tailored Slim Fit Non-Iron Blue Plaid Shirt (C$95.00), Calvin Klein Two-Button Jacket (C$198.00), Banana Republic Tailored Slim Non-Iron Cotton Pant (C$110.00) 

Formal Wedding: Stonehouse Two-Button Suit with Flat Front Pant in Navy (C$595.00), Stonehouse Dress Shirt in Light Blue and White Glen Plaid (C$85.00), Bellissimo Silk Stripe Tie in Navy (C$45.00) 
(more information available at tiptop.ca 

1. Salvatore Ferragamo Gancini Pocket Square (C$110.00)  
2. Banana Republic Silk Wide-Stripe Tie (C$49.99, on sale)   
3. Silver Bullet Cufflinks (US$40.00) 
4. Michael Kors Oversize Men's Bradshaw Watch in Gunmetal (US$250.00) 
5. Big It Up Madmen Toyo Hat (C$45.00)
6. Burberry Embossed Check Cufflinks (C$200.00)   
7. Fossil Braydon Belt (US$50.00)
8. Le Chateau Silk Blend Check Tie (C$49.95) 

(additional images via nancykeeneblog.blogspot.ca) 
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on July 05, 2012  KatelynRose1984  20,704 said:

I adore grey suits at weddings. I find them very attractive, and look great in pictures. Especially when they are paired with a bold colour, like yellow. I think my boyfriend will try to rock his camo, hahaha!

on July 05, 2012  farouknabela  3,469 said:

Nothing better than a man in a suit ;D

on July 04, 2012  Henrys  815 said:

Nothing like a well dressed man, yum!

on July 04, 2012  flower  4,433 said:

Burberry cufflinks are nice

on July 04, 2012  GoneBatty  3,196 said:

great tips!! My husband WILL be seeing this article!

on July 04, 2012  bdeyell86  2,033 said:

Thanks for the great advice.

on July 04, 2012  katieg  10,672 said:

These have to be what guests wear because a bride would not marry a man that does not look formally dress to compliment her wedding dress. If they are just going to the justice of the peace and neither is formal dressing anything goes.

Mine better be wearing a Black Very Formal Suit.

on July 04, 2012  sodarnsweet  2,221 said:

I love the look of a man in a great suit!!

on July 04, 2012  chick4585  6,565 said:

"..a well cut suit is the equivalent, for women, of lingerie for men."
I couldn't agree more!
This is something that Daniel Craig knows so well.
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-l_mDVsn8Unk/TyTbcvcI3HI/AAAAAAAABKk/ECIhCtAHIHk/s1600/Daniel Craig (6).jpg

on July 04, 2012  midnightsun2288  6,053 said:

Im 98% sure this is a guide for what to wear as a guest to a wedding. Not as a groom xD

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