Wedding planning to say the least, can be pretty confronting. For the groom, besides one or two appearances, he is tasked with organizing the wedding suits for himself and the groomsmen. Most grooms find it rather difficult to navigate the best avenues to sartorial luxury. Think about it, the groom has to think about the style, fabric materials, different fits that aligns the theme of the wedding.
Germaine Joseph believes that the groom and his groomsmen deserve to look their best. This is the very reason why he has taken the opportunity to assess the wedding circuit and assemble fitting fabrics for tailored suits, dinner suits, custom made tuxedos and chic casual suiting for country and summer weddings.
The Black Tie Groom – Formal Wedding
The traditional wedding suit for a classic, elegant and sophisticated wedding theme, is unquestionably the Black Tie – a timeless staple. The tuxedo is a statement-worthy piece that’s reliable and maintains appeal for any formal occasion.
The classic tuxedo is usually tailored in black or away from the norm, midnight blue or navy, detailed with peaked lapels in silk satin or grosgrain, a wing-tipped tux shirt featuring hidden buttons or studs to close and black bow tie with cummerbund. GQ magazine puts it perfectly: “One of the most important rules for black tie… is the one most commonly forgotten: cover your waist. Wearing a cummerbund means that only the shirt is visible as a powerful V at the chest, shooting up towards the shoulders…”
Holland & Sherry Black Tie collection, Caccioppoli Special Events, Scabal Festival Collection, CARNET Evento, Modesto Bertotto Weddings, Dormeuil Celebrations and Ceremonial bunches all offer a super range options for that special occasion. Start with a Super 130s wool as basic, or wool and lurex, jacquard wool, wool and silk, micro-patterns all finished in lustrous midnight blues, charcoal greys and daring blacks.