Choose the best bespoke suit for your wedding.

The suit you get married in will be one of the most important and sentimental outfits you ever own. It makes sense to choose something made with impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail. Only settle for a suit which best represents you on your wedding day, and which you and your partner will always remember as an integral part of your special day.

The process begins…..

Start the process by booking an initial consultation to discuss style, fit and fabric for the design of your bespoke or made-to-measure suit. The best tailors will offer three qualities at varied prices – made-to-measure, semi-bespoke and bespoke wedding suits. Furthermore, there are three styles of suit commonly recognised as wedding attire, the lounge suit, the tuxedo and morning tails. You will be presented with a wide selection of fabrics to choose from and be guided through the early stages of the design process for the bespoke wedding suits that you decide upon.

The lounge suit.

The lounge suit is elegant but simple and a great choice for a daytime wedding option which combines style and tradition. It consists of a single or double-breasted jacket and trousers with a waistcoat option. The jackets will typically offer a variety of button options for fastening. Beyond this, your chosen tailor’s wedding suit service will offer you many more options and they will work closely with you to decide on your best stylistic fit. Understanding the setting of the big day will help with the choice of fabrics. Blues are very versatile, while green and beige can work well depending on the specifics of the setting. Checks and tweeds will always be appropriate for a country-style wedding.

The tuxedo.

Perhaps the most debonair option and ideal for evening weddings, the tuxedo (or dinner suit) is traditionally worn with a bow tie and cut from rich fabrics such as velvet, high-quality wool, or jacquard. Most tuxedo jackets have a peaked or shawl lapel, with the trousers generally in midnight blue or black to complement an evening ambience.

Morning dress.

Morning tails are the traditional choice for men’s wedding suits. Morning dress offers formal elegance and is often preferred for daytime weddings. It consists of a jacket known as the ‘morning coat’, with a contrasting waistcoat and trousers. Although stylistically morning dress provides limited options, grooms often add colour with their choice of cloth for a waistcoat. The classic option is traditional black morning tails with grey striped trousers, but also popular is ‘morning grey’ with coat, waistcoat and trousers all cut from the same grey cloth. A similar option in a deep navy is also likely to be available.


There will be many styles, fabrics, and other details to consider, so it will be best to allow 4 months for the entire process from first consultation to completion. A bespoke men’s wedding suit may take up to 10 weeks to be tailored to your exact specifications. However, you should allow extra time for the groom men’s fitting, and for any unforeseen eventualities.


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