Springtime is a supposed to be a time for re-growth or a new beginning, a perfect time of the year for starting a new life, a career, a family or planning for a change, or on a more joyful note, planning your own wedding. Men are the ones who usually find it difficult to decide on a wedding attire than women, because majority of women more or less have already formed in their minds the wedding gowns that they will wear long before then even met Mr. Right.
Many couples now tend to adapt different themes for their weddings, based on different era, historical settings, etc; however, tuxedos, suits and coat tails are still the more common attires for the groom, the groomsmen and the fathers of the wedded couple, especially for formal and semi-formal settings. Wedding suits
have gained better popularity, transcending diverse cultures and adapted by different personalities.
There are more options in wedding suits to choose from that in any other. The different style suits can accommodate different personalities, styles, themes and builds. For a formal or very formal wedding, the more appropriate suits are the double-breasted suits or the three-piece ensemble. The single-breasted suits will do well on a semi-formal wedding. Taking consideration of each man's unique build, it is best to remember that the more the suit buttons, the bigger/ wider the illusion the suits creates; the more shirt that shows, the slimmer a man will appear.
To make the groom stand out from his groomsmen, a boutonniere or a unique accessory that matches the wedding motif is sometimes pinned on his chest, and his groomsmen wear shirts or neckties that match the colours of the bridesmaids' dresses. The flexibility afforded by wedding suits make them really more practical and more adaptable for most types of weddings.