Your wedding attire is quite possibly one of the most critical pieces of clothing you’ll wear in your life and it’ll be immortalized in your wedding video and photographs. For that reason, you should try to make sure you choose an ensemble that’s timeless and truly reflects your personal taste while also perfectly complementing the chosen theme of the day. As the groom, you’re expected to stand out from your groomsmen, but that doesn’t mean you should neglect their opinions or leave them to their own devices when it comes to selecting stylish and high-quality suits. If you’re fashionably challenged and don’t know where to begin when it comes to shopping for wedding suits for men in Toronto, then it’s in your best interest to schedule a personal consultation with Style Code Inc. for assistance.
If you’re planning on getting married sometime soon and are rigorously searching through an endless sea of groom and groomsmen attire, then Style Code Inc. is the ultimate destination. Our professional menswear wardrobe consultant, Catherine Bourgouin has many years of experience in dressing men for various formal events, including their own weddings. She has a knack for determining men’s clothing sizes and ideal fits within 15 minutes of meeting them. The reason we always recommend investing in a custom-made suit for your wedding rather than renting one or purchasing off-the-rack is because they’re made specifically according to your stylistic taste and body type.
At Style Code Inc., our top priority is to ensure the happiness and satisfaction of all of our clients and that includes everyone who’s a part of your wedding party. We offer a wide variety of different and versatile suit options that can be worn to multiple events. From classic cuts and patterns to more adventurous and colourful prints and fits, we’re positive we can fulfill the needs and desires of each and every single one of your groomsmen. Here’s a list of the different style options we offer:
The primary difference between a tuxedo and a suit is that the former has a satin lapel that sticks out and is customarily worn with a bowtie and cummerbund. Unlike suits, tuxedos are less flexible and can only be worn for extremely formal events, which means you have to be very selective regarding when to wear them.
Three-piece suits are considered the standard when it comes to wedding suits. All you have to do is add a simple waistcoat or stylish vest that perfectly complements your suit jacket, pants, dress shirt, and choice of tie.
Sometimes, brides purchase two dresses for their wedding day: a formal one for the ceremony and a more casual or shorter dress for the reception. As the groom, you should feel entitled to follow suit (pun intended) with the bride’s decision to change into something more fun and breathable as the evening’s activities take place. This is where lounge suits are an ideal choice. You can go with either a modern or more traditional ensemble that allows you to move as freely as you want on the dance floor. You can even get your groomsmen in on the action and ask them if they’d also be interested in changing into a second suit after the ceremony and midday pictures are taken.
At Style Code Inc., we specialize in helping our clients find the perfect formal and casual menswear that’s appropriate for any occasion. We offer a wide variety of made-to-measure, off-the-rack, and custom-made suits for weddings. All of our consultations are scheduled by appointment only, so you’ll always have all of Catherine’s undivided attention throughout the meeting. Contact us to schedule an appointment today!