With summer just around the corner, the wedding season will soon be upon us, so we’re going to have a look at some of the newest wedding guest outfit options for this wedding guest outfit season.
As everyone knows, you don’t want to upstage the happy couple at a wedding with your wedding guest outfit, but it is important that guests make the effort with a wedding guest outfit to help ensure to company looks good for the photographers. Unfortunately that can sometimes be a hard balance to navigate, so we have some wedding guest outfit ideas that can inspire and inform a well judged sartorial wedding guest outfit choice for your next impending nuptials.
Topman Light Blue Skinny Fit Suit, Top Man
This wedding guest outfit for men has a contemporary cool combined with classical lines. It’ll be appropriate for a lot of other formal events, and its effortless wedding guest outfit style could even be deployed in a more casual setting.
Dugdale Linen Bespoke Suit, Cad & the Dandy
This cream wedding dress outfit is dripping with Italian style, and the one-button suit jacket is a gorgeous wedding dress outfit statement piece all on it’s own. This suit would be a perfect wedding guest outfit for a wedding in continental Europe, but it’s sure to turn heads wherever you go.
Shawl-Collar Wool Blend Three Piece Tuxedo, Dolce & Gabbana
It’s certainly not cheap, but given it’s a Dolce & Gabbana wedding dress outfit this is to be expected. You can certainly see where your money’s gone, and a good dinner jacket is always a sound long term wedding guest outfit investment. With this gorgeous tailoring evoking a style somewhere between James Bond and the phone casino party scene. This wedding guest outfit is supremely suave and will certainly win more than a few admiring looks from the congregation.
Regular Fit Morning Suit, Marks & Spencer
The request for a morning suit wedding guest outfit on a wedding invite can sometimes fray the nerves for all the wrong reason, but it doesn’t have to be a cause for concern. Essentially, it’s a waistcoat, long coat and trousers worn as a wedding guest outfit for deliberately formal occasions like weddings and prestigious racing events like Cheltenham and Ascot. With this natty number from Marks and Spencer, you won’t get your trousers in a twist next time you need to break out this wedding guest outfit.
Fury Bright Blue Notched Lapel Suit, Reiss
For a suit that ticks all the right boxes whilst affording the wearer lots of options for further use, this Reiss wedding guest outfit has you covered. It’s understated enough to wear for a professional at work, but doesn’t achieve this at the expense of contemporary and classic style.
Blue Flecked Skinny Suit, River Island
Fashionistas will favour this look for its eye-catching and eccentric a la mode appeal. This wedding guest outfit could definitely be worn at other events, but bear in mind, it may be a little on the casual side for some occasions, so perhaps check with the couple and organisers whether this kind of look would be complementary to the event.
Grey Tonal Check Tailored Suit, Debenhams
This suit is stately in all the right ways, and can imbue your look with some country house cool. It feels of a classic tradition, but features a muted severity that beguiles as much as anything. Certainly one of the most obliquely impressive examples of a wedding guest suit this season.
Paul Smith PS Windowpane Wool Check Suit
Cool Britannia and a warm, almost humorous approach to smart attire are Paul Smith’s typical hallmarks, and there’s plenty of that on offer with this sleek wedding guest suit. It’s smart without looking to affected, and can be worn in a variety of smart casual scenarios.