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How to be a stylish groom

07 May 2015

It’s one of the most important days of your life, recorded in countless memories and on film, so looking utterly stylish on your wedding day is a must. From the moment you greet the guests until the last cocktail has been quaffed, whether you’re having an enormous society wedding or a small gathering in a registry office, it’s vital to feel confident in your clothes. To be a dashing, well-groomed groom on your wedding day, give the following style points some careful consideration.

Choosing a suit

When deciding on a suit, consider the cut, colour and fabric that ‘says’ something about the person you are. Are you a cool and creative individual, or a more serious and traditional gentleman? Reflect these traits in the design, fabric and colour that you choose to wear. If you’re finding it difficult to decide between traditional or modern styles, London tailor Fielding and Nicholson has a personal wedding consultant to work with you and offer assistance throughout the process. Our bespoke garments are designed and cut individually and made from the finest materials, so luxury is an absolute given. What’s more – we have an at-home service, so you can relax in the comfort of your own surroundings if you wish.

The perfect shirt

A shirt for your wedding day, custom made by Fielding and Nicholson, will be luxurious and unique. Opt for the finest fabric, a specific button colour, or collar style, to make it truly bespoke. Take advice from the personal wedding consultant to co-ordinate your shirt perfectly with your suit, as well as making sure it works alongside your partner’s clothing. Hand cut and hand-stitched, the shirts are made to measure, so that when you’re saying ‘I do’ or throwing some moves on the dance-floor, you can do so in style and comfort.

The finishing touches

Accessories are a great opportunity to tie together the wedding party’s colours, perhaps by injecting a flash of colour with the neckwear. Tailor made ties, cravats and pocket handkerchiefs can be as bold or as subtle as you like. Cuff-links too are a chance to express your personal style or could make a meaningful gift for the best man. Finally, last but not least is the groom’s footwear. Depending on the fabric, cut and colour of the suit you’re having made, invest in a pair of bespoke shoes that perfectly complete your wedding day style.

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