Wedding Advice – 7 Tips on dressing up a work suit to wear to a wedding

 

1. Add a pocket square – it will instantly brighten up any suit.

 

Add a pocket square

Add a pocket square

 

3. Add a flower to your boutonniere. We featured these on Twitter this month and thought they looked great.

Add a bespoke touch with a flower boutonniere

Add a bespoke touch with a flower boutonniere

 

2. Mix and match – Try mixing trousers, waistcoats and jackets from different suits E.g a light grey suit with a dark grey waistcoat. Or grey trousers and a navy blue jacket.

Mix colours with different trousers and jackets

Mix colours with different trousers and jackets

4. Add an unusual accessory such as a tie pin or collar bar.

Make great use of a stylish tie pin or collar bar

Make great use of a stylish tie pin or collar bar

5. Wear shoes you wouldn’t wear in the office, such as two-tone leather brogues.

 

Time to shine with a pair of shoes

Time to shine with a pair of shoes

6. Wear a cravat rather than a tie – a brave move, but you’ll certainly look different!

Sport a cravat rather than a traditional tie

Sport a cravat rather than a traditional tie

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7. Have fun with your tie and shirt – experiment with colour more than you would in the office, or try combining checks and stripes.

Don’t feel you have to follow any rules, have fun with colours

Don’t feel you have to follow any rules, have fun with colours

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