Courthouse Couture…For Him
Last week, we discussed looking fabulous for your civil ceremony. We’ll give the guys the same riot act that we gave the ladies– “Don’t T-Shirt and jeans it!” We could go a step further and ask that you refrain from the typical oxford shirt and khaki pants. You’re getting married…not giving a book report. You could go jacketless, with your tie, but then you would look like a corporate guy on his lunch break. Nevertheless, it’s still an opportunity to showcase your style in different ways. Just as you would if you were getting tuxes, find out what color she is wearing or let her help you pick a look if she is ultra-CIA operative about her dress. You want to make sure that you both coordinate and complement each other. In your case, you have the wonderful opportunity in investing in a suit or blazer– which is the gift that keeps giving since it can be worn at several different events in different ways. With velvet making a comeback and depending on your build, rocking a sportscoat is a great trendy option, as long as you don’t look like you’re wearing a smoking jacket. You could go ultra-mod by wearing your jacket with a wide collard shirt or traditional in a suit and tie. While classic suit colors like black and navy are always a win-win, depending on your season and complexion, a steel grey, tan or light beige might even work in your favor. Truly, your possibilities are endless!
BOSS Black ‘Movie’ Suit in Beige :: Burberry Two Button Sportcoat in Grey/Tobacco :: Theory ‘Proper’ Blazer in Black :: two a.m. Velvet Blazer in Espresso ::
Andrew Fezza Tan Tic Three-Button Suit :: Pronto Uomo Couture Charcoal Two-Button Suit :: Joseph & Feiss Resort Three-Button, Non-Vent,Tan Silk Suit :: Versini Three-Button, Non-Vented Black Suit ::