7 June 2017 – Suits At Sea is a unique resource on which you might get valuable advices from style artist with 11 years of experience in custom clothing. The stylist will look closely at your color type, your posture and your personality to make a wedding suit that suits you as a person, the theme and the bride. Choosing a man's suit for a groom is an occupation that, by its responsibility and importance, is not inferior to the choice of the bride's dress. It is important to consider everything: model, color, buy the right shirt. When choosing a suit, you should adjust to the figure type of the groom and be sure to buy it according to the bride's dress. Only in this case it will be possible to create an image of a beautiful couple.
Traditionally, men's wedding suit includes the following components: actually, the suit itself, shirt, tie, or variations thereof, cufflinks, tie clip, belt, shoes, boutonniere or a pocket handkerchief. All this should ideally match each other, forming a complete and harmonious composition. When choosing a suit for the groom, you need to know about a number of existing rules for the ideal male costume for the wedding ceremony.
The choice of suit fabric should be influenced by a number of factors. First, the season. If you plan to play a wedding in the cold season, then wool is preferable. If the wedding takes place in the summer, then the fabric for the suit can be very different: flax, silk or fine wool, so-called, cool wool. Traditional men's wedding suit assumes dark colors if the wedding event is held in the winter, or shades of gray for summer time. Men's wedding fashion involves not only a standard double suit, but also multiple variations of it, the most famous of which are tailcoat and tuxedo. Tailcoat is a shortened front jacket with long narrow coils from behind. Snow-white shirt with a collar-stand with corners and single cuffs, buttoned cufflinks are a must-have addition to a tailcoat. With a tailcoat s tie is forbidden, and a butterfly, on the contrary, is obligatory. Pants in this case should have two parallel strips of silk along the outer side seams, the so-called double galloons. As for the tuxedo, it is also dressed only with a snow-white shirt, does not accept ties and requires special trousers with a wide silk belt.
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