Part 3: Dressing for Your OWN Wedding — Suit, Tux, Or Custom?

Thanks for joining us on the conclusion of this series. This week, we’re going to talk about ways to make you stand out as a groom getting married, rather than a guest of a groomsmen. You want your outfit to be stylish ( after all, you’ll see the pictures you’re in forever and ever after this) so here are our tips for getting a customized suit that kills.

  1. The Importance of Tailoring

More than anything else, this will make or break your wedding outfit. You want to be tailored to perfection, with your suit fitting like a glove. Just look at a man who spends a thousand dollars on a suit but doesn’t get it taken in — the bagginess immediately makes it look cheap. It’s THAT important!

2. Pay Special Attention To Your Shoes

Sure, many men like a classic black dress shoe at their wedding, but this is as good a time as any to wear some kinds that stand out. Depending on the color of your suit, red shoes can be particularly good at popping out and making this look like a suit for the unbelievably special occasion that it is. If you’re not quite that adventurous, blue and white shoes can also be great depending on the color of the rest of your outfit at making a statement.

3. Go All-In with Your Shirt/Tie Combos

If there’s any day to really wear a vibrant pattern or color, we can’t think of a better time than your wedding day. Definitely use a salesperson or close friend to have you pick the final combination, but a patterned shirt, a complimentary solid tie, and a pocket square that adds just a bit of pop can do wonders for giving you stand-out style at the alter.

4. Splurge on a Suit that’s Handcrafted to Fit You

This is an option many men overlook for their wedding, but it’s probably the best way for you to go. Rather than buying a suit then tailoring it for your body, splurge on a suit that’s been handcrafted to fit you, with a design that’s a standout for your body. Working with the actual people who will choose the fabric, cut it, size it, and craft your suit from scratch can be a much better experience than going with a typical suit. And since Karako includes custom monogramming in multiple places already included in the price, do something special and embroider your wedding date and names in concealed places on the suit for a special surprise for your bride.

If you’re in need of a custom suit for your wedding, Karako Custom can lead you through the entire process and ensure you get a suit that’s a magical as the day you’re wearing it for.

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Originally published at www.karakosuits.com on July 9, 2017.