You have to get a groomsmen's suit for yourself for an upcoming wedding. The only problem is you are having some trouble deciding on what you should wear.
You're here to impress, to look your best on the special day. This is the place where you will find everything you have to know about picking out a groomsmen's suit.
How to Match Groomsmen Suits
Groomsmen generally want to match the style of their suit with that of the groom. For example, if the groom is wearing a dark blue suit, groomsmen would do best to match that colour.
A Procession of Groomsmen
Of course, groomsmen don't have to be perfect clones of each other. Feel free to experiment with different coloured or patterned neckties, or even bow ties. A nice aesthetic for the wedding can be created so long as the suits are similar to that of the groom's.
How to Tell What to Wear as a Groomsmen
Be sure to speak with the groom about what he has in mind for the groomsmen's suit at his wedding. For example, if the wedding is going to be formal, the groom may want the groomsmen to wear tuxedoes matching his own.
Tailor Made Tuxedo
Grooms ought to have a few different styles in mind when discussing what groomsmen should wear to a wedding. While the fashion of the groomsmen will usually closely match, the groom may want to consider making exceptions in the suit's colour and the type of suit depending the height and size of the groomsman.
Custom Suits Made in Montreal
Grooms should also be conscious of costs. While grooms decide what is appropriate for their wedding, it is traditionally the groomsmen that pay for their own suits.
Suits with Artwork in the Lining
Tailor Suits with Art Lining Made in Montreal
A suit created by Nathon Kong does more than have you look your best for a wedding. Each suit and tuxedo incorporates the artwork of an artist with a mental health difficulty.
Discover Art in What you Wear
The artwork inside the suit was created by Les Impatients. Les Impatients is a nonprofit organization that supports artists with mental health difficulties through therapeutic art programs.
10% of all proceeds are donated to Les Impatients so that they can continue to support these artists. Nathon Kong also creates a collection of limited edition fashion accessories also incorporating the work of Les Impatients.
Silk fashion accessories come shipped in a unique gift box with a certificate of authenticity detailing the art piece's edition number and the story of the artists that created the artwork.
10% of your purchases are donated to non-profit organizations supporting mental health