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Wedding suits for guys

Whether you’re the groom, the guest or the one making the best man’s speech, our guide to smart wedding suits for men covers everything you need to kit yourself out for the big day.  From sleek styling tricks to the must-have accessories to complete your look, read our guide and discover the perfect wedding attire – all waiting for you at Victoria Leeds.

The classic blue suit

You can’t go wrong with a slim-fitting blue suit. Just like your trusty indigo jeans, it goes with everything. Invest wisely and it’ll not only see you through all your spring/summer wedding engagements, it’ll also serve you for your working week and the weekend too.  Blue is the most versatile suit shade (less severe than black and less nine-‘til-five than grey). Shoes-wise, it can be worn with classic black and tan brogues, colourful summer-ready deck shoes, boxfresh white trainers – whatever floats your footwear boat.   When it comes to your shirt and tie combo, the blue suit will complement everything you have in mind. Or how about a pristine white tee? That’s your casual look sorted, too.  This three-piece suit caught our eye in Paul Smith. The addition of the waistcoat gives you even more styling options, depending on the wedding’s dress code. Our pick: The Soho men’s tailored fit navy three-piece puppytooth wool suit, £1,160, Paul Smith

How to wear it for a smart wedding

While a pristine white shirt is always a good shout, we’ve opted for a pale blue shade instead. It’s equally as smart, but it feels that little more stylish when paired with a tonal navy spotty tie. Seek out a double-cuff shirt, as you can then add some statement cufflinks that’ll peak out under your jacket. Black leather monk shoes finish off the look. Our picks: Pinpoint double cuff shirt, £85, Hackett; 100% silk polka spot tie, £29, Hawes & Curtis; Montblanc Meisterstuck stainless steel & black onyx cufflinks, £160, Berry’s Jewellers; Toni monk shoes, £329, Oliver Sweeney

How to wear it for a smart-casual wedding

Ditch the waistcoat if you want to look more casual. Blue and blush pink is a great colour combination, so reach for a dusky pink shirt. Add some interest with a bold stripe tie in a similar colourway. Ditch the polished black leather shoes and instead pop on some tan suede loafers for a more relaxed feel. Retro round sunglasses add that cool finishing touch.   Our picks: Regular pinpoint Oxford shirt, £90, Gant; Signature Stripe silk tie, £100, Paul Smith; Ray-Ban RB3447 round sunglasses, £127, John Lewis & Partners; Lewisham penny loafers, £340, Joseph Cheaney

The perfect fitting suit

Finding the right suit is just part of looking sharp. It also needs to fit you perfectly. Don’t bother ordering online – you need to head in centre and try on a few sizes. The jacket shoulders should neither extend or fall short of your own shoulders; it should be slim fitting around your body but not pulling; sleeves should not extend beyond your wrists; and the jacket length should not cover your bottom completely. Trousers wise, hem length is everything: you want it touching the top of your shoe.  Why not take advantage of the alteration service at Paul Smith? That way, you can ensure the trouser length is spot on.


Fancy some sartorial guidance? Or even your own bespoke suit? You’re spoilt for choice at Victoria Leeds. You can take advantage of made-to-measure suit consultations at Michelsberg Tailoring, Hackett and Reiss. For personal styling services, take your pick from John Lewis & PartnersReiss and Ted Baker. Their knowledgeable stylists will pull together the perfect tailored outfit for all your upcoming occasions.


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