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Style Guide

Wedding Guest
Dress Code

Wedding guest

From barns to beaches, today's weddings are opening the door to a wider range of dress codes. This is your one-stop guide for nailing every wedding look, every time.

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Keep it classic

Formal Dress Code

Formal wedding Suits

The formal dress code keeps an elevate aesthetic, but doesn't quite require all the bells and whistles of a black-tie ensemble.

Classic navy and dark grey suits paired with a crisp white shirt is always a safe choice for formal attire. Follow you instinct and stick to what works—black or brown shoes, and a complementary tie and pocket square pairing are always a smart bet.

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Formal Suits style tip

Double Monk Straps — complement a traditional look while adding an understated touch of flair.

Wedding double Monk Straps

Style tip — Ties & pocket squares don't have to match, but should complement each other—be sure to keep the colors basic and patterns classic.

Add some color

Cocktail Dress Code

Wedding Cocktail Suits

Cocktail attire is somewhat formal in its own way, but certainly leaves space for a little more creativity and style.

This is the time to bring in some pattern with your jacket, your tie, or even some colorful socks. Three-piece or double-breasted in a wider range of colors are certainly acceptable—greens, camel even burgundy are great options, especially when finished with personal style touches like lapel pins and patterned pocket squares.

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Cocktail Suits
Patterns

Add some vibrant patterns to your attire.

Casual, but elevated

Smart Casual Dress Code

Casual Wedding Suits

When it comes to a causal setting, this is the time and place to loosen up your style.

Smart casual is a good time to opt for a cotton suit, or pairing a tailored jacket with some comfortable chinos and sockless loafers. If you'd like, lose the tie altogether and sub the button-up for a knit or long-sleeve polo. A bright pocket square can add some flair and color contrast while some suede sneakers bring it all together.

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Cuffed sleeves

Wedding casual slip-on

Slip-ons — a comfortable and casual pair for any laid-back look.

Martingale

Casual Wedding Suits

Beach ready

Tropical Dress Code

Tropical dresscode

One of the most common destinations these days is the popular beach wedding—so lose the tie & get ready to dress for sun & sand.

Beach formal attire can vary, but it’s largely accepted and expected that one will sport lightweight fabrics like pure linen or cotton blends in brighter shades like light brown, beige, camel or light blues. If all caution is thrown to the wind and a truly relaxed atmosphere is called for, opt for a jacket paired with shorts and some espadrilles.

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Tailored Shorts

Tailored Shorts — An elevated linen pair that’s always beach wedding-ready.

Tropical Wedding Suits

Custom Made

Design Your Own

Custom Made Suits

Whether you prefer a more conservative tuxedo or black suit, a modern three-piece or timeless double-breasted, you can make almost anything work if you know the season and setting. If you're looking to create something that’s entirely you, customizing might be the perfect route.

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Custom made wedding

Whether you prefer a more conservative tuxedo or black suit, a modern three-piece or timeless double-breasted, you can make almost anything work if you know the season and setting. If you're looking to create something that’s entirely you, customizing might be the perfect route.

Learn more about Custom Made.

Side adjusters or belt loops

Side Adjusters
Button Styles

Countless button styles

Get Inspired

Unconstructed
Stretch Cotton by Di Sondrio, Italy
$499
Full Canvas
Wool Cashmere by Vitale Barberis Canonico, Italy
$999
Wool Cashmere by Rogna, Italy
$899
Customize
Pure Cashmere by Achille Pinto, Italy
$699