What Men Should Wear To A Summer Wedding: Style Guide
The summer season brings with it a horde of wedding invitations. Whether it is your best friend’s wedding or you are someone’s plus one, dressing appropriately is a must. Unless the dress code is a strictly black tie, you might get confused as to what you should or should not wear. Not to worry, we tell you what men should wear to a summer wedding.
Before we tell you what to wear, you should keep a few things in mind, like
- You should never upstage the groom when it comes to dressing up. It is his wedding, not yours. So don’t steal his thunder!
- Incorporate your personal style but stick to the dress code.
- Dress according to the time and place of the wedding. Is it an afternoon affair or evening? Is it at the church, by the lake or at a garden?
When you keep these points in mind, it will make choosing the right outfit much easier.
So, here are all the clothing pieces and accessories you should be picking out for yourself. Let’s dive in!
MODERN TWO-PIECE SUIT
Find a modern two-piece suit either in black or dark blue. For an afternoon wedding, you can even choose one in light pastel colors. A linen suit in light colors looks great for an afternoon wedding.
Separates are a good option for less formal weddings. You can mix and match with quite a few colors.
This chambray cotton blazer can be paired with trousers in practically any color. It is perfect for the summer.
These slim dress pants will look great on all occasions. These are versatile and can be worn with a blazer in any color.
You can change up your tie without changing the suit every time and it will look like a completely different outfit. Here we have handpicked ties in floral, paisley and dot design.
Pocket squares add a flavor to your suit. You can choose one that matches your tie or one that matches your shirt or one that completely stands out from your suit. Crisp white pocket squares are the safest and work on every suit.
LINEN POCKET SQUARE
SILK POCKET SQUARE
In our opinion, nothing is better than penny loafer shoes for a summer wedding. They look formal enough with a suit and are comfortable enough for dancing. You will look sharp too.
Summer sun demands sunglasses. We have picked out two classic designs for you – the Clubmaster and the Aviator. These two styles are timeless and classic and look great no matter what your kind your suit is.
Love it. Pin it.