3 Suit Combinations You Wear to Weddings

Unsure what combination of suit, shirt, and accessory you should wear to a wedding?

We did an article a few weeks ago on what you should not wear to a wedding, but if you are looking for more direct suggestions on what suit combinations are good to wear for weddings, then here are a few suggestions.

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1. The Black Tie

Perhaps the most formal suit combination for weddings is what is referred to as a Black Tie outfit. This is a very straight forward combination that utilizes four major pieces: a black tie or bow tie, a white shirt, a black tuxedo, and black leather shoes. You may also want to consider wearing a white pocket square folded with a square edge.

The Black Tie suit combination is the simplest outfit to wear to a wedding, but not the most common. It is mostly worn to particularly special wedding events or for evening weddings.

2. Dark Suit Combination

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A dark suit combination offers a little more room for creativity than a black tie outfit.

This is a less formal but more common version of the black tie outfit to see at a wedding. This suit combination doesn't need to be a tuxedo. Wearing any dark suit, from deep blue to grey, is acceptable. You should still wear a white shirt, but the tie you wear can be any colour that goes well with your suit.

3. Bold Colours, Patterns, & Creative Ties

Wearing a less traditional suit combination to a wedding is growing in popularity. Suits that are green, red, or even sporting a checkered or floral patterns are all appropriate choices.

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Bold outfits are rising as popular suit combinations for weddings

This style of suit combination also allows for a greater flexibility in the kind of accessories you wear to a wedding. You can wear a tie or bow tie with and interesting pattern, a pocket square folded in a decorative way, or you can even wear a silk scarf in place of a necktie.

These bolder suit combinations are likely to help you stand out at a wedding, and Nathon Kong provides limited edition silk fashion accessories where each creative pattern tells the story of a person's journey to mental health recovery.

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Each accessory tells a positive story.

Nathon Kong collaborates with Les Impatients, a nonprofit organization that supports participants with mental health difficulties through therapeutic art programs. Each pattern on a Nathon Kong silk fashion accessory is of an artwork created at these workshops. We donate 10% of all proceeds to Les Impatients so that they can continue support these artists.

Each fashion accessory comes in a unique gift box with a certificat of authenticity that details the edition number of the art piece and the story of the artist who created it.

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