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    Wedding Suit or Wedding Costume in Your Style!

    An important decision when choosing your wedding suit is what color and style the wedding suit should be. Sometimes, this depends on the style of the wedding, and there are many surprising wedding styles nowadays. Styles like Bohemian, Beach, Botanic Chic, and something blue are frequently seen these days. But our favorite styles are the 1920s style and Urban vintage. Additionally, winter weddings are becoming more popular. The style of the wedding is something you need to decide together, but once you've settled on a style, choosing a wedding suit becomes much easier. Important considerations also include the fit, fabric, and price. There are so many different wedding suits to choose from. However, gray suits or navy blue suits are the most classic options. A navy blue suit with two buttons is a classic look that works in almost any setting. But if you want a wedding suit that truly stands out and allows you to make a great impression, choose for a suit with striking details. A waistcoat with double-row buttons or a turned-down lapel on the waistcoat will add extra charm to your suit. Take a close look at The Garrison's wedding suits; we have many suits with beautiful details like contrasting buttons, stitching in a different color, exquisite linings, or a velvet edge above the pockets. In addition to all these details, we have suits in beautiful colors.

    What is a Wedding Suit?

    A wedding suit is a suit where the jacket and pants are cut from the same fabric. These two pieces match and are sold as wedding suits. You always buy a wedding suit as a complete set, but nowadays, you can find many different colors and options. At the top of this page, you can see all our suits suitable for weddings. If you want to see all our three-piece suits, also check out our men's suits category page.

    What to Consider When Buying a Suit for Your Wedding Day?

    You'll probably wear a wedding suit only once in your life, so you want it to last. A good fabric is a must. You can also consider other factors like buttons and a specific design. Below are some other factors to consider when buying a suit for your wedding day.

      • Price: How much are you willing to spend on your suit? Wedding suits can vary in price, so keep this in mind.
      • Fabric: The fabric of your wedding suit depends on the season. For example, wool is excellent for winter. If you're getting married in summer, choose for a lighter fabric.
      • Color: Consider the season, location, and the color of your wedding when choosing the suit color. This will help you make the right choice that suits you perfectly.
      • Bridal Dress: While the bridal dress is often a surprise, you can ask your partner about the wedding style. The bride determines this. It's up to you to match your wedding suit to it. So, don't hesitate to ask for advice from your partner.

    What Underwear to Wear Under a Wedding Suit?

    There are several things to consider. It's not just about price, fabric, and color; the underwear under the wedding suit is also important. Choose for boxer shorts instead of briefs and choose a dark color. This way, you can be sure that your underwear won't show through, and the lines of the underwear won't be visible through the wedding suit. These are small details, but they are crucial, and even the smallest details require attention on your wedding day. At The Garrison, we are happy to provide advice so that you feel comfortable and confident in your wedding suit.

    What's the Difference Between a Regular Suit and a Wedding Suit?

    There doesn't necessarily have to be a difference between a regular suit and a wedding suit. Many people think that you can only wear a wedding suit once, but why not wear it more than once? You're choosing a beautiful, quality suit, so it's a shame if you can only wear it once. However, consider whether you're choosing a wedding suit for a one-time event or a suit you can wear on other occasions. For example, don't choose for a tuxedo as a wedding suit, as it's overdressed for most events. Furthermore, keep in mind that your wedding suit should stand out from what the guests are wearing. As the groom, it's okay to make a statement. You could choose a (contrasting) waistcoat to wear over the suit. This way, everyone will immediately know that you're the one getting married. It's not just the bride who can stand out on this day; you should look your best too!

    Lighter Colors in the Summer

    Many men choose for the safe option when it comes to their wedding suit. They go for a blue suit or a black suit, sticking to the classic style. However, it's also common these days to play with suit colors. In the summer, for example, you can choose a light suit, such as a light blue men's suit or a suit in a beige color. These are generally suits that you can wear more often and are less formal. In the summer, you can also choose for natural tones. For instance, you can choose a linen wedding suit or a suit with white cotton trousers (a bold choice). By using summer fabrics and colors, you ensure that your suit matches the season. Of course, discuss this with the bride first and let her take the lead.

    How Much Does a Wedding Suit Cost?

    The price of your suit depends on many factors, such as the fabric and color you choose, the style, and the store where you buy it. Ordering a wedding suit online can be an excellent way to save money. At The Garrison, we offer wedding suits in a price range of $326 to $516. We can offer our suits at lower prices because we don't have expensive retail locations and salespeople to support. With our online approach, we save a lot of money, allowing us to offer high-quality wedding suits at great prices. For under $522, you can buy a suit and then have it tailored to fit you perfectly for a small fee by a tailor. If you want a fully custom-made suit, be prepared to spend over $1088.

    Who Pays for the Groom's Suit?

    According to tradition, the groom's family should pay for the groom's suit. In practice, this is not always the case because a suit often costs more than 1088 dollar. This is a significant amount of money. Therefore, the family may choose to pay for the wedding cake, the ring, or the bouquet instead. The gift from the family depends on the available budget. Nevertheless, it's quite common in practice for the groom's family to pay for the wedding suit.

    Having Your Wedding Suit Tailored

    Your wedding suit should fit you well and make you look your best. Otherwise, it can ruin your entire look, and you might feel uncomfortable. You wouldn't want that on your special day. If your suit is too big, you'll look awkward and feel uncomfortable. That's not what you want on your special day. However, if your suit is too small, that can be just as bad. So, avoid having a suit that is either too big or too small and make sure it's well-fitted. You can achieve the perfect fit by having a suit custom-made or by having an existing suit tailored. At The Garrison, we always recommend the latter option. Having an existing suit tailored. The significant advantage of this is the price. When you use our size advice tool, there's a good chance your suit will fit perfectly. But if it doesn't, you can easily have The Garrison's suits adjusted by a tailor. If you want to know everything you can do to get your wedding suit perfectly tailored, check out the video below.

    Buying a Wedding Suit at The Garrison

    A wedding suit is something you'll probably wear only once in your life. Finding the right one can be challenging. If you want a high-quality wedding suit at the best price, order a wedding suit from The Garrison based on the size advice tool and have it tailored for the best fit. If you need assistance, no problem; let us know through the green button at the bottom right, and we'll be happy to assist you.