Sharp Menswear for Four Different Wedding Locales
Chances are she’ll be wearing white. And you know what goes well with white? Anything. Don’t be afraid to sport some color for your wedding. A jacket in a surprising hue or a patterned tie is the perfect complement to Mom’s flower beds.
“Beach” cotton shirt, $225, Rag & Bone; wool-silk blazer, $1,195, Barneys New York; Trumbull Rhodes “Southhampton” cotton bow tie, $60, Sault New England; Oliver Peoples “Strathmore 54” sunglasses, $215, Saks Fifth Avenue.
The last thing you want to remember about your ceremony is the sweat dripping down your back. Make your betrothed happy by wearing a jacket and tie, and make everyone else happy by ensuring that jacket is in breathable linen.
Universal Works “Classic” cotton shirt, $185, Drinkwater’s; silk pocket square, $59, and Polo Ralph Lauren linen sport coat, $895, both Bloomingdale’s; L’Estrange “The New Trouser” cotton pants, $245, Saks Fifth Avenue; Komono “Clement” sunglasses, $70, Sault New England.
Getting hitched on a farm doesn’t mean plaid and suspenders. You can pass on the jacket, but be sure to keep it sophisticated with a vest. And okay, yes to a little plaid, but only on the tie.
Eton “Geometric” Italian poplin shirt, $285, and Vince “City” polyester-blend chinos, $225, both Saks Fifth Avenue; Polo Ralph Lauren linen vest, $350, Bloomingdale’s; flannel tie, $75, Drinkwater’s; latigo leather belt, $98, Ball and Buck.
There are few opportunities in life to wear a tuxedo, and if that opportunity comes your way, please do not rent one. Go all in and own it. And own it in velvet.
Givenchy cotton-poplin dress shirt with silver-tone collar tips, $650, and Altea wool-silk-blend tie, $155, both Barneys New York; wool tuxedo pants, $995, Dolce & Gabbana; Armani Collezioni velvet blazer, $1,395, and Magnanni “Chelsea” leather boots, $498, both Saks Fifth Avenue.
Wardrobe styling by Abby Bielagus/Ennis, Inc.
Grooming by Rachael Berkowitz/Anchor Artists
Model, Cameron King/Model Club Inc.