Packing for any trip can be a nightmare. Have you got your passport? Where did you put the tickets? I must remember my phone charger! Everybody hates that sinking feeling you get halfway up the motorway when you realise you've forgotten something. And when packing for the honeymoon the pressure is on, you want the trip to be perfect, so you don't want to forget anything.
As with anything that is handmade, just for you, to your exact specifications, you should think of a bespoke suit as an investment. A well-made suit will last you many years and you will never look as good in any off the rack suit as you will in a perfectly tailored suit.
All the planning in the world can't guarantee that you won't have the occasional mishap on your wedding day. Don't fret, we've got you covered. Check out our wedding day survival kit below. It's got everything you need to ensure small accidents don't become wedding day emergencies.
OK, so we've established by now that if you want to look good on the big day, whether you are the groom, groomsman or best man, only a perfect fitting wedding suit will do. If you missed our previous articles, I suggest you read ouressential guide to wedding suitsbefore you sink your teeth into this one.
To perfect the look the suit should then be paired with a good quality (and ironed!) shirt and topped off with some well-chosen accessories. But, weddings don't have to be all about formal silk cravats and cummerbunds these days. Even if you'rerenting your suits, it doesn't mean your wedding photos should be a carbon copy of the people who rented them before you. Try switching up your look from the traditional with something a little more fun and original.
Warm weather weddings offer up a host of opportunities for the groom to show off their well-groomed credentials, but they can also be a minefield when deciding on a style for the big day. Following on from our previous guide to wedding suits we have our definitive guide to men's summer wedding attire.
It’s been a long and stressful build up to ‘the big day’, you’ve been planning for months and finally everything is in place (or you at least hope it is). ‘But what actually happens on the day?’, I hear you ask, ‘What does the groom need to do?’, ‘Where do I need to be?’. Well, let’s start with the day before the wedding.
To help you get ticking tasks off your long wedding to-do list (or crossing them off with a red pen, if you’re so inclined) we have a definitive guide to hiring or buying your wedding suit, so that you know your options, what they'll cost and where to start.