Make sure it suits you

Do you really want to remember your wedding day as one of best day in your life? No i don't like to think so.To avoid this embarrassing scenario, make sure you try on everything in one week before the wedding, to see if it still fits.

Another part of ensuring a good fit is getting it right the first time. Make sure you get measured for your waist size, inseam and jacket size. Make sure that you are measured around the upper arms and thighs as well, especially if you are a beefy or muscular guy.


Your suit jacket should fit well and give you a full range of motion, both buttoned and unbuttoned. Remember that you will be dancing, hugging, and shaking hands.

Make sure you are not constricted.Your vest should button comfortably and hit just below the waistband of your pants.

If you are wearing a vest to a summer wedding, make sure it has a full back, so that you are still looking good when the jackets inevitably come off.


You want to look dashing and charming in your duds, not like a kid getting swallowed up in your dad's sport coat.

If you are a shorter guy, stick to single-breasted jackets – double-breasted jackets will give you that drowning-in-fabric look and make you appear smaller.

If you are bigger around the middle, wear a lower-buttoning jacket rather than one with a higher placket. It will give you the good look for others.

While this is a formal occasion, you need not spend your honeymoon nursing the blisters from your shoes, or spend a July wedding sweltering under heavy wool.

Make sure you can walk around in your shoes, and pick a fabric for your wedding suit that matches the season and the climate.

Depending on the level of formality and time of day of your wedding, you have a wide range of options.

If you are having a formal daytime wedding, you may want to forget the standard tux for a dapper morning suit, with a cutaway jacket, gray pinstripe trousers, and an ascot.

Or, if you're getting married in the summer, you could choose for a white dinner suit instead of a standard black suit.

Let your formal wear dealer know what season and time of day you will be getting married, and they will likely offer you more choices than you even knew you had.

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