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Your Guide to the Perfect Wedding Suit

Whether you're a future wedding guest or groom, you shouldn't miss these valuable tips on how to
ensure your wedding suit looks perfect, as a well-fitted suit is of great importance. In this guide, you
will learn what to pay attention to, ensuring your suit fits like it's tailored and enhances your
appearance on the wedding day.

From the right fit of the jacket and trousers to the suitable shirt and accessories, all the way to the
shoes – we cover all essential aspects so that you can enjoy the day with style and confidence.
Join us on this journey and learn how to perfect your suit and add your own special touch.

Bride and groom in dress and tuxedo

Tips & Tricks for Your Perfect Wedding Suit

A good suit is characterized by various features that come together to create an
unforgettable look.

The optimal fit is crucial. The men's jacket and suit pants should fit like they are tailored, neither too
tight nor too loose. They should complement the body shape while providing freedom of movement.
High-quality materials make a difference here. A suit made from premium fabric not only looks
better but also feels more comfortable and maintains its shape throughout the day.

The style of the suit should match the wearer's individual taste and the wedding theme. Whether
classic, modern, vintage, or extravagant – the suit should underline personal style and suit the occasion.
The color of the suit is important to complete the overall look. Classic colors like black, navy, or
gray are timeless and versatile, while bolder colors or patterns add an individual touch to the outfit.

Pay attention to clean seams, well-fitted buttons, and careful craftsmanship to leave a high-quality
impression. Choosing the right accessories, such as tie, pocket square, cufflinks, and shoes,
completes the look and adds a special touch.

The optimal suit should give you confidence and a comfortable feeling, as it not only makes a good
impression externally but also creates an emotional connection.

How to Ensure the Perfect Fit – Your Checklist

A properly fitting suit at a wedding is crucial for an elegant and appealing look.

  • The jacket should fit well at the shoulders, not too tight or too wide. The shoulders should be
    straight and not extend beyond the natural shoulder line.
  • We recommend sleeve length to the wrist, with about a centimeter of the shirt visible underneath.
  • Ensure that the trousers sit at hip height, not too high or too low. They should be comfortable
    and provide enough freedom of movement. The length of the trousers should allow them to
    rest lightly on the shoes without forming excessive wrinkles. The back hem should end
    just above the ground.
  • The shirt should fit snugly without being too tight or too loose. The shoulder seams of the shirt
    should align with the wearer's shoulders.
  • The collar of the shirt should neither be too tight nor too loose and should
    comfortably encircle the neck.
  • The pocket square should be neatly folded and slightly peek out of the suit's breast pocket.
  • The tie or bowtie should be tied carefully and stylishly to create an appealing look.
  • Shoes should fit well and be comfortable, matching the style and color of the suit.

By ensuring that the suit fits well in the right places, you can achieve a flawless look and feel
comfortable and confident throughout the wedding.

Wedding guest or groom in a suit with bowtie

Types of Suits for Weddings You Should Definitely Know!

There are various types of suits suitable for different occasions.

  • The classic suit is timeless and versatile, consisting of a jacket and trousers often made
    from the same fabric. Colors range from classic
    black or navy to various shades of gray. The classic suit is suitable for formal and
    semi-formal occasions, including weddings.
  • The tuxedo is an elegant and formal suit variant primarily used for festive events, gala occasions,
    or weddings with a strict dress code. It features a black jacket with shiny lapels and straight-cut
    trousers. Traditionally, the tuxedo is paired with a white shirt, a black bowtie,
    a cummerbund, or a vest.
  • The vintage-style suit has a nostalgic touch and is inspired by past eras. Various vintage styles
    can be used, such as the 1920s style with slim cuts and pinstripes or the 1960s style with
    narrow lapels and shorter jackets. These types of suits are suitable for weddings with a retro
    or vintage theme, allowing for an individual and stylish appearance.

Each type of suit has its own charm and is suitable for different occasions. When choosing a suit,
it's important to consider the dress code and the wearer's personal style to create a look
that fits both you and the occasion.

Ideal Colors for Your Suit

When it comes to individuality, classic colors like gray and blue can provide a subtle base, leaving
room for personal style. Accents such as a colored pocket square, a striking tie, or a vibrant shirt
can add individuality to the gray men's suit.

Lighter colors work well for summer weddings, giving the outfit a fresh and airy feel. Color options
like light gray, beige, light blue, and pastel tones such as delicate pink, lavender, or mint green exude
elegance, casualness, freshness, and romance, fitting various wedding color themes.

Gray is a versatile color suitable for weddings. Light gray tones like silver gray or pale gray give
the outfit a fresh and light feel, while darker gray tones like anthracite or stone gray
represent an elegant and classic choice.

Blue suits are both elegant and contemporary. Lighter blue tones like sky blue work well for
summer weddings, providing a fresh look. Darker blue tones like navy or royal blue
exude elegance and sophistication.

Regardless of the color you ultimately choose, ensure it complements the wedding style, season, and the
wearer's personal taste. With the right color choice, the suit becomes a stylish highlight of the outfit.

Finding the Right Accessories for the Wedding Suit


Matching accessories for the wedding suit can complete the look and add an individual touch.

A tie or bowtie is a classic accessory that adds elegance to the suit. Choose a tie or bowtie that
matches the suit color and the overall style of the wedding. A pocket square in the suit's breast
pocket is a stylish detail that enhances the outfit. Choose a pocket square that matches the color
or pattern of the shirt or tie/bowtie. Cufflinks are an elegant addition to the shirt, providing a
personal touch and are particularly popular at formal weddings.

A matching belt can complete the outfit and accentuate the suit in the right places. Choose a belt
that matches the color of the shoes and complements the suit's style. Suspenders are an
alternative to a belt and add a vintage touch to the outfit. They can be both practical
and stylish, highlighting the suit.

Shoes are a crucial element of the outfit. Choose high-quality leather shoes that match the suit's
color and are well-maintained. Pay attention to a suitable style that matches the form and dress code
of the wedding. Socks should match the suit and shoes. You can choose classic solid-colored socks
or try bolder colors or patterns to add an individual touch to the outfit. Consider wearing a subtle
watch or other accessories like cufflinks or a pocket square holder.

The selection of accessories depends on personal style, the wedding dress code, and the overall
image of the outfit. By skillfully combining these accessories, you can elevate the wedding suit and
achieve an elegant and individual look.

No-Gos: What Wedding Guests Should Definitely Consider When Choosing Their Suit

Best men and guests have a lot to consider at a wedding, including the dress code. Here are some
important no-gos to consider when choosing your suit:

  • As a guest, make sure not to wear a completely white suit. White is traditionally reserved for
    the bride and could be seen as disrespect or competition with the bride.
  • Avoid wearing overly formal suits if the dress code is more casual, and vice versa – for example,
    a business suit. Stick to the invitation guidelines and adjust your suit accordingly.
  • Avoid suits with bold patterns or bright colors that could be too distracting. You don't want to
    divert attention from the bride and groom or the wedding celebration.
  • Ensure that your suit has the right length and fit. Too-short pants, too-long sleeves, or a
    too-tight suit can appear unprofessional and unkempt.
  • Make sure your suit is clean, ironed, and in good condition. Avoid worn-out or poorly
    maintained clothing, as it can leave an inappropriate impression.
  • Choose your accessories wisely and avoid an overloaded appearance. Stick to one or two
    selected accessories to stylishly complement the outfit without overdoing it.

It's essential to focus on the bride and groom and treat your outfit with respect. By avoiding these no-gos, you
can wear an appropriate and stylish suit that suits the wedding and distinguishes you as a tasteful guest.

Groom with wedding guests in tuxedo

Q&A - Questions and Answers for the Perfect Wedding Suit

What is the difference between a regular suit and a wedding suit?

A wedding suit typically differs by its suitability for the special occasion. It may have subtle details
such as a coordinated lining fabric, special buttons, or a more elegant design. Additionally, a wedding
suit is often paired with matching accessories like a vest or cummerbund to create a more formal look.

How do I coordinate my suit as a groom with the wedding dress?

The groom's wedding suit should complement the wedding dress but not overshadow it, whether for
the ceremony, registry office, or wedding. The suit's color can be aligned with the color palette of
the wedding dress. A harmonious overall look is achieved by coordinating accessories such as tie,
pocket square, or boutonniere with the style and colors of the wedding dress.

How do I rent a wedding suit online?

When renting a wedding suit online with adretto, it's essential to provide your exact measurements
and adhere to the size charts. Our experts will then find you a wedding suit that fits your body shape.
If the suit doesn't fit perfectly, we'll gladly send you an alternative size for
free with corresponding adjustments.

Wedding couple in suits

adretto - You're in the Right Place for Suit Rentals

With our online service, you can rent suits and tuxedos in just a few minutes and have them
delivered to your home for free. Our suits are made from the finest Italian wool, providing a comfortable
feel without making you feel stiff or uncomfortable.

Use our configurator to create your own outfit or be inspired by our complete suits. If you don't know
your suit size, don't worry – our team will assist you.

We use an accurate and straightforward sizing process where you only need to answer a few questions
about your body shape. Our specialists review each order for accuracy to ensure the suit fits perfectly.

You'll receive your suit about 10 days before your event for a free fitting. If something isn't perfect,
we'll send you an alternative size for free. After wearing it, you can return the outfit unwashed to us.
We cover the shipping costs. We thoroughly clean all items, ensuring they are ready for the next rental.

Looking good has never been so easy! Discover your suit now and experience the convenient and
stylish way to order your perfect suit online.