Back to Top
PolkaDotBride - Australia's number 1 Bridal Blog, Wedding Directory and Advice for Brides
Log In Register

The Style of a Tailor Made Suit

by | Groom, Groom Fashion, Groom Style

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Black Jacket Suiting
Find me on Ms Polka Dot's Directory
1
COMMENT

vCjdRgZRoE86eB4EkrN2XbT01pWxzsQbpWW9C6drXxs,XD-L50jntffAayTUO05Ezi31ksoluk0EGb2FxSO5CQw

industrial-glam059-3

Images by Florido Weddings via Industrial Glam Wedding Inspiration from Lovelocked Wedding Fair

Tailor-made suit options for your wedding, whilst a little more expensive, allow you to choose exactly what you desire with respect to style, fabric, colour, composition/quality and most importantly fit. Our range at Black Jacket Suiting includes two types of tailor-made suiting options each with over 750 fabrics and lining variants to choose from!

A tailor made suit that fits well is a result of excellent workmanship and attention to detail. Before you make a decision on your tailor, here are a few of important tips to consider:

 

1. Suit Fit is the most important aspect of any suit. You should focus on getting the shoulders of the jacket fitting properly as well as the upper thighs of the trousers. Keep in mind the shapes and sizes of your wedding party – larger men will not fit a slim cut off the rack product.

 

2. Alterations can be your best friend. Most people don’t realize how much impact small changes a decent tailor can make to a suit to improve the overall look. Remember – suiting is like cutting a piece string; you can always make it shorter or slimmer!

 

3. Simplicity is the key when thinking about weddings. Trying too hard is easily noticeable – always try to complement outfits rather than matching them.

 

4. Research needs to be done before you think about visiting a suit store. Figure out what looks work with your wedding style and what complements your bride’s and bridal party’s attire.

 

5. Style and presentation is an imperative aspect of any wedding day. Remember,  it is your special day too and time to stand out on your own as well.

 

Swirl divider

 

Ms Chinoiserie Says: I love a well tailored suit-  these are great tips on how to achieve the perfect look!

 

About Black Jacket Suiting:  With our passion for suiting, we endeavour to attain the right fit, style and price for every one of our clients; we pride ourselves on combining the highest level of customer service with product diversity and affordable prices.

Fresh Flower Bow Tie – The Ultimate Groom Accessory

by | Groom, Groom Fashion, Groom Style

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ms Lace
1
COMMENT

Nothing beats a well cut tailored suit, but what makes it even better is the addition of a bold and contemporary accessory to make the ultimate wedding statement.

The trend that’s got me weak at the knees this season is the fresh flower bow tie (think bridesmaids’ wrist corsages but for fashion-forward grooms and groomsmen).

This chic trend first caught my eye when the ever stylish manager at Brisbane’s hottest wedding photography studio, Milque Photography, took out a coveted fashion title on Melbourne Cup Day for his fresh floral bow tie. Michael Taylor created an eye-catching bow tie with his favourite florist, Angie’s Floral Design, which saw him crowned ‘Most Stylish Gentleman’.

“My idea was to design something that was masculine but that still looked beautiful,” Michael said. The vibrant colour palette and unique innovative style was an instant hit and quite the conversation starter! Michael’s is certainly at the forefront of fashion with his modern alternative to the classic bow tie.

1508984_762261740512389_2814797816449479395_n

10603503_762261757179054_6198319141140772838_n

64388_10152914360845992_4755871191267893514_nImages via Milque Photography

So, whether you are planning a contemporary, country or beach chic wedding, there’s definitely a place for a bold and beautiful fresh flower bow tie that will have your guests saying ‘Darling, you’re looking blooming fabulous!”

a8b335da77143aee4c993b9683b5d682

10570280_10152577103781335_6315963707078630795_n

10348455_10152577103531335_1015807123927486958_nImages by Green Ginger Photography

 Swirl divider

Ms Chinoiserie says: This has to be my favourite accessory for the fashion forward groom; so suave and very cool!

Peter Jackson New Autumn/Winter Collection

by | Groom, Groom Fashion, Groom Style

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Chloe van der Werf
1
COMMENT

The 2015 Peter Jackson Autumn/Winter Collection has drawn inspiration from the fashion capitals of London and Paris, famous for their elegance and resolute style statements.

Peter Jackson designer, Dave Jackson, took the time to tell us a little about their new Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection.

What was your inspiration, besides London and Paris, for the designs you created for this collection?

A lot of the brand directions come from Europe, particularly London, but more and more quirky, individual looks from New York were also a source of inspiration and have a presence in our Autumn/Winter collection.

How and why did you select the materials you used?

We have longstanding relationships with the world’s best mills and garment makers, Marzotto, Reda and Zignone, to name a few.

We then take our design inspiration from around the world, including interpreted colour trends from fashion fairs, to produce truly unique and aspirational designs.

We deal exclusively with European textile producers to ensure our clientele has access to the world’s best garments.  

What is your favourite look for the 2015 collection?

My favourite looks this season are;

  1. Windowpane checks
  2. Three piece suits and waistcoats
  3. Royal blue through to indigo and navy

What suit and accessories would you recommend a groom wear from this collection?

I’d recommend our royal navy blue jacquard dinner suit and duel collared tuxedo shirt. Must have accessories for every groom are satin ties with cufflinks that complement a colour theme, tie bars and colourful socks to add a bit of fun.

What style advice would you give a groom to be?

Adopt a ‘classic with a twist’ mindset. You want your children to look back on your wedding photos and say ‘Dad was a really cool guy ‘ or ‘look at how good Dad looked’….

Whilst we all know that it’s the bride’s ‘Big Day’, it’s still very important for the groom to retain some individuality – even if it’s only colourful socks, or a signature, bright pocket square!

2-550x749

3-550x749

 

 

 

 

Head over to Peter Jackson to check out their latest collection. Available online and in-store!

 Swirl divider

Ms Chinoiserie says: The current blue palette – from indigo to deep, dark navy – is a great choice; team your groom’s suit with a contrasting checked shirt and a bright tie for a very suave and on trend  look.

Back to Top