Winter weddings are often incredibly romantic and magical but the colder weather during those winter days mean that extra thought must be given when wedding staples are being considered. For the bride and groom, this is especially true as the usual lightweight fabrics and pastel hues will no longer be an option.
But hey, there’s no need to panic if you’re planning for a winter wedding because here’s three stylish wedding suits you can consider wearing to your big day. The important lesson to take away is that you shouldn’t be afraid of stepping outside the usual wedding norms. After all, winter weddings are all fabulously eccentric!
Consider heritage wear for outdoor wintry weddings
If you think about it, heritage suits are perfect in every sense for a winter wedding. They’re practical, versatile, warm and undeniably contemporary… in other words, they’re anything but plain! Heritage suits made in tweed also look particularly picturesque especially in a contrasting background such as a city location. Channel mid-century aristocracy like a true modern gentleman with a three-piece tweed suit paired simply with a crisp white shirt like our Gentle Honour Pintuck Shirt.
Go bold with jewelled toned suits
For the groom who prefers a more sophisticated and unique look: a bright, bold and rich jewelled toned suit is your answer. Whether you prefer a more understated regal blue colour like the Rajasthani Sapphire or a darker, more elegant shade of blue like the Winter Knight… know that jewelled toned colours are a match-made in heaven for wintry occasions. Feeling extra adventurous for your winter romance? Consider wearing unique hues like Rathore’s Sun City Jewel for a luxuriously memorable and extravagant wedding to remember.
Be a velvet chic groom
Make no mistake starring your role on your big day by embodying the definition of opulence and glamour. Wear a sweet, thick velvet blazer to keep you warm and stylishly well dressed. Its softness and richness in texture is almost guaranteed to make for a perfect festive wedding. Take a peak at Rathore’s Port Hommes Bandhgala Jacket for an irresistibly dashing alternative to a standard suit jacket.