When it comes to fashion on your big day – who says the Bride should have all the fun? At his Japanese-Inspired Country Wedding to the gorgeous Hanae, Groom Dominic wore a Dior with a bowtie by Charlie Tinker. Very stylish indeed!
IMages by Sarah Rowlands Lovelight Photography
It can get pretty warm in that suit when you’re awaiting your bride, and a man that can hold it together on his big day, particularly through a heatwave, deserves an applause! Justin shares his memories from his Summer Tweed Valley Wedding to Laura with us today.
“The most memorable moment for me was the moment I saw Laura walking down the aisle, Laura looked absolutely stunning and it was by far the most memorable moment of my entire life. The whole day and experience was amazing! I discovered emotions that I thought males were genetically not meant to have. If I hadn’t been sweating profusely in the 42 degree heatwave, there would have been some tears for sure. I had the best day of celebrations sharing it with our closest friends and family. The best part about everyone who came was that they knew there was nothing that anybody could do about the heat wave so they just partied on and made the most of it.”
Images by Krista Martin Photography
Country Road is always a favourite brand of mine to find classic, stylish pieces and one thing they certainly do well is a clean lined, modern suit. So I love the fresh colours and textures in their Summer 2013 collection.
Using Italian wool, the suits are tailored for daytime or evening wear (great for a wedding) with fresh colours running through the accessories for their Summer collection (buttercup yellows look particularly dashing next to a navy suit). Pinks, greys and reds all allow the wearer to dress their look up or down and personalise it to the style of the wedding.
For something a little different- striped cotton blazers, pale grey twill jackets, chambray pants and knit ties offer completely different, styled looks.
The newly launched online Suiting Store helps guide you through the suiting process- offering up pieces that work together and suggestions of additions to make. So if you’re stuck, you can easily find options that work together – compete with tutorials on the basics to get your tie the right length and the pocket square perfectly folded.