Best Dressed Guest

After a two-year hiatus on all wedding plans, this Summer looks set to be full of celebrations as couples can tie the knot again. With so many special days set to so many themes and locations it can be a maze on deciding on what to wear based on the setting, but we have made things simple for you and provided a style guide on the perfect attire, no matter the location!

Traditional

Dress Code: 3-piece formal

It is not everyday being invited to a big formal wedding with a castle back-drop happens, so choosing the right suit can be a daunting task but by focusing your attention on a classic 3-piece suit will help you navigate the dress code with utter ease. The Highgrove dusty pink and grey check pattern in Super 130s wool will have you tailored to perfection for the occasion, adding a slim dusky pink tie and crisp white pocket square will also add your own unique stamp to the look.

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Traditional

Dress Code: 3-piece formal

It is not everyday being invited to a big formal wedding with a castle back-drop happens, so choosing the right suit can be a daunting task but by focusing your attention on a classic 3-piece suit will help you navigate the dress code with utter ease. The Highgrove dusty pink and grey check pattern in Super 130s wool will have you tailored to perfection for the occasion, adding a slim dusky pink tie and crisp white pocket square will also add your own unique stamp to the look.

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Smart Casual

Dress Code: Modern, laid-Back

When the invite is for a laid-back, more intimate affair you need to dress accordingly but with an air of formality still at heart. Taking a classic 2-piece suit, you can add a twist of casual confidence with the right accessories. A floral shirt is a great way to add colour and character to a simple slate suit and paired with a white trainer you will have the ultimate combo to take you through the day’s proceedings that is both casual yet fit for the occasion.

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Casual

Dress Code: Modern, laid-Back

When the invite is for a laid-back, more intimate affair you need to dress accordingly but with an air of formality still at heart. Taking a classic 2-piece suit, you can add a twist of casual confidence with the right accessories. A floral shirt is a great way to add colour and character to a simple slate suit and paired with a white trainer you will have the ultimate combo to take you through the day’s proceedings that is both casual yet fit for the occasion.

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Black Tie

Dress Code: Sharp, not shaken

Black-tie weddings are as elegant as they are opulent, so getting your wardrobe just right is an absolutely must. Make a statement by choosing the Lancewood Tux and dickie bow for the ultimate ensemble for such events. The flash of the crisp white dress shirt and pocket square set against the jet-black tailoring will keep a modern yet timeless silhouette, ideal for the chic hotel roof-top to elegant ballroom wedding setting.

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Black Tie

Dress Code: Sharp, not shaken

Black-tie weddings are as elegant as they are opulent, so getting your wardrobe just right is an absolutely must. Make a statement by choosing the Lancewood Tux and dickie bow for the ultimate ensemble for such events. The flash of the crisp white dress shirt and pocket square set against the jet-black tailoring will keep a modern yet timeless silhouette, ideal for the chic hotel roof-top to elegant ballroom wedding setting.

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