One of Australia’s first certified Melbourne celebrants Bronte Price is not only a sharp thinker, but a sharp dresser. We chat all things men’s style with Bronte, as he uncovers his list of five styles for men that are catching up this season.
Are you looking for an outfit idea for your friend’s wedding? Have the fashion police troubled you on your choice of clothes before? Do you really want to be the better-dressed man always? If yes, chances are that you have already browsed through possible outfits and are dazzled by the array of options available. Gone are the days when men stuck onto the traditional outfits as their only styling resource. Men now love to brainstorm ideas and style themselves instead. Much why there are different styles that come and go every season.
First, the black tie is indeed the classiest attire for any man. Accessorise an outfit with a pocket square and a formal watch to enhance an outfit. Never team it with bright colored shirts though. Also, always wear your leather shoes while sporting the black necktie or a bow tie look.
You can also go the casual way by wearing a relaxed version of the suit that you would have otherwise worn. Wear anything except black to master this look. Choose any shirt from a wide range of solid or patterned shirts available these days. Team it with shoes and belts you love, and you are ready to go.
My third tip is to wear lighter shades of linen blazers to a summer wedding. Do not forget to team it with your sunglasses and a semi-formal shoe too. A double-breasted suit that has been properly stitched to fit you is not only a great choice but is also one of the smartest looks to sport.
Next, wear the festive vibe if the wedding is scheduled anywhere near to the festival. However, the key is to not overdo any of the outfits. For themed weddings and festive weddings, I have seen men wearing anything from beige to red, which they would not have worn otherwise.
Finally, if you are too busy to dress up and yet want to look presentable, pick up a cocktail suit. A cocktail suit is the perfect balanced outfit for a workplace and a wedding, especially if it is a mid-week wedding. A perfect example would be a blue suit teamed with a pocket square and leather shoes.
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