Jason Manford’s Guide to Dressing for a Wedding
Recently the stand-up comedian Jason Mansford posted a rather funny homage to the life cycle of a wedding suit on his Facebook page. We thought we’d share it with you.
Here’s Jason’s post:
When trying on a wedding suit in a changing room you have to prepare it for all the evening’s eventualities!
1) the ‘that’s right, I’ve been invited to the day do AND the night do’ look
2) the ‘I’ve had my second puddings now where’s the dance-floor’ look
3) the ‘dancing should be a personal statement, and that statement is “Jason’s had a Baileys!”‘ look
4) the ‘I really should’ve left an hour ago’ look
5) and finally the ‘what did that @#?%$ just say?’ look.
Of course all King & Allen customers are impeccably well behaved at weddings, but I’m sure we have observed some of these stages from afar!
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