How to Dress Dapper This Wedding Season
Got a wedding to attend to? Running out of inspirations on what to wear? Perhaps you’re looking to dress out of your fashion comfort zone on your next invite? Maybe you’re looking for ideas on what to wear to your own wedding? Well, if you’ve answered yes to any of those questions then you must be in luck cause we’ve compiled a definitive sartorial guide to dressing for the big day! It’s everything you need to know to nail your next wedding outfit. Whether you’re the groom, the best man or simply the guest — it never hurts to dress more dapperly, especially at weddings.
Not all weddings are formal affairs and if you’re headed to a low-key, laid-back wedding occasion then it’s your chance to loosen up and have some fun with your outfit. Forgo a standard suit and tie. Pair a detailed button down collared shirt with a simple structured blazer. Keep the casual theme going with some slim trousers, dress socks and white minimalist tennis shoes. They are the perfect balance of smart-casual comfort footwear but just a reminder to make sure it’s acceptable to the bride and groom. If not, simply swap them for a pair of pointed leather Chelsea boots.
Want something more stylish? What about pairing a Nehru collared embroidered waistcoat with a pintuck shirt or a grandad shirt underneath? Wear it open with some slim formal trousers or slim black chinos along with some tassel Oxford shoes and you’ll have the most perfect formal-informal attire. It’s dapper, stylish and casual chic all in one.
If you’re looking for something other than the usual western suit then look no further than at Rathore’s made to order Bandhgala suits. The bandhgala, with its classic Nehru collar and razor-sharp tailoring, is any modern gentleman’s essential go-to suit. Why not try it for yourself this wedding season? Wear it buttoned up all the way except for the top two buttons (a strict standard that Team Rathore follows) and pair it with some classic brogue shoes to achieve full sartorial authority. Personalise the look even more and dress your bandhgala up with pocket squares to suit the occasion – you can thank us later!