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Choosing the right suit to rent is step one. Once you’ve selected the right color and fit, it’s time to pick out the styling elements that will create the perfect ensemble for any occasion. Luckily, gray suits are on-trend right now, giving a fresh and modern take whatever the occasion may be. Need some style tips? Here are a few guidelines to follow that will give your gray suit that wow factor.
The great thing about gray is that you can wear it all year long, for practically any special occasion. It’s incredibly versatile yet will help you stand out from the sea of black and blue suits that you’ll typically see at weddings, proms, and other events. But there are certain rules on wearing gray suits you should follow when it comes to picking out what kind of gray you choose.
Since gray is essentially neutral, the sky is really the limit when it comes to pairing colors with your wedding suit or tuxedo. You can stick with the basics since gray partners beautifully with both brown and black accessories—or be bold with some color. Gray looks great with various shades of purples, yellows, pinks, and blues.
When it comes to choosing a shirt, you can’t go wrong with a crisp white dress shirt. But if you want something with color, use your suit as a guide. A Light Gray Plaid will contrast well with a darker shirt such as red or deep purple, while a Charcoal Gray Suit should be paired with a shirt in a lighter hue, such as lilac or baby blue.
Since gray is neutral, you can play it safe with either black or brown, but most often we see couples choose a brown shoe when wearing a gray suit. Many guys are also stepping out wearing bright white sneakers with their gray suits, or you can even choose a pair of kicks in a brighter color, for a more casual vibe.
If you’re going to a formal event, a vest can bring your look to another level. Go for color or opt for a textured or patterned gray vest to add some depth to your suit. Just be sure you don’t wear a tie bar and a vest at the same time!