suitsWhen it comes to dressing for the wedding, many people think guys have the easy job. However, looking and feeling great on your wedding day is not just a matter of putting on a suit and tie. You have to think about a lot of things such as color, cut, size and style. Similarly, you want to look as stylish and classy as your partner on this wedding day. All eyes will be cast on you and your partner, so you need to put the best foot forward.

If you want to look stylish, here are some simple tips you can follow to achieve the best on your wedding day.

1. Suit should Fit the Formality

Your tux or suit should fit the formality. Your attire should be appropriate for your venue and match with the overall theme of the wedding. If your wedding is in the open cast and during the day, you can wear light colored suits made of fabrics such as seersucker or khaki. If the event is going down in a swanky hotel, you can opt to go with dark, well-tailored suits.

2. Your Attire Should Compliment Your Partner’s.

Your wedding is the first opportunity to show off your style as a couple, so you have to make a joint effort. You want to ensure your styles compliment each other. Get advise from designers to choose a combo that works for the two of you. Besides the style, work on colors that match the theme and style of your wedding.

3. Let your Body Dictate the Suit Type

groomingThe key to looking sharp and smart lies in dressing for your body type. If you are a tall and slim guy, most suits and tuxedos will look good for your frame. You can try out the double-breasted suit to get a broader perception look. Whichever way, try tailor-made fitted suits that compliment your body type.

4. Perfect Fit

Even the most expensive suits will look awful if the fit is not right. You should be able to move easily around, do turns and twists, raise arms and ensure there is plenty of mobility without causing any damage to your suit. Most suit shops will custom-tailor your purchase.

The coat sleeve hem should fall to the wristbone perfectly. The bottom hem of your coat should cover the butt with the vent not pulling open. The collar should be flat on the back and sides of the neck without having any bulges or gaps. A bow tie should fit well around the collar.