Spring is in the air, you’re soon to be married and you still haven’t figured out what you’re going to wear. This article is for the man who would take a tuxedo in to consideration.
Tuxedos are classically evening wear. The difference between a suit and tuxedo is that a tuxedo has satin facing outwards on the lapels. Really, whatever you wear at your wedding has to say something about you and the statement you want to make to your bride. I wouldn’t always recommend wearing a tuxedo if your wedding is rustic/country themed for example but generally, if it’s done well, a tuxedo can be worn anywhere! Here are some examples for grooms.
What To Wear to a Spring Wedding Style Guide
The Navy Effect
It’s suave, it’s sophisticated, it’s James Bond guys, I found this tuxedo it’s shouts out 007 so loudly that I just had to write on it. I love this tuxedo and if you’re searching for that tux and wondering what to wear to your spring wedding that has that evening and city tone to it then look no further.
This also goes incredibly well with a very popular wedding board I made on Navy and Gold and I’ve added it here as a little inspiration …
Black and Matt
Another Tuxedo that I’m mad about is the PS By Paul Smith. This oozes debonair and would be particularly fitting for a very sophisticated and evening type of wedding affair. This Tuxedo really makes a statement with it’s classic velvet finish and stays fresh with it’s modern construction.