Whether you’re dressing for a casual or formal occasion, you simply can’t go wrong with a. It can easily be dressed up or down, paired with a variety of colors, and gives anyone wearing it a modern look. Before you choose your, take a look at these 11 rules you’ll want to follow to make sure you put together the perfect wedding suit look.Wedding Suits/Tuxedos
If you’re going to a casual or daytime event, choose a lighter shade of gray. A more formal affair—typically in the evening—would call for a darker charcoal gray suit.
Gray suits especially need to fit perfectly; they look best with a slimmer fit and shouldn’t appear boxy. Luckily, the process at Generation Tux is super easy. All we need is your basic information—height, weight, and jean size, etc—and we handle the rest through our innovative fit technology.
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While you can wear a black shirt with a gray wedding suit, it is more of a night look. More vivid colors look better with gray for day and afternoon events.
Save your gray suit and striped tie for the workplace.
Don’t be afraid to be bold with color since gray is the perfect base. Juls Sharpley of Bubbles & Bowties suggests pairing a light grey suit with butter yellows for spring or fall; medium grey with yellow-oranges and/or corals for late summer, fall, or winter; dark grey with soft lavender or light blues for spring and deeper jewel tones for fall/winter.
You have a few options when it’s time to choose your shoes. Black and tan always look good, but if you want to add some flair, slip on a pair in burgundy. For daytime events, many guys are pairing their gray suits it with white and bright trainers to create an eye-catching look, says Dan Hunter of Authority Tattoo.