Men's Wedding Suits in Toronto: Get the Best Value for Your Suit
Posted by Spier & Mackay on January 25th, 2016
Wedding suits can be anything you want, and if you are like most grooms, you want it just a bit more special than your everyday work suit. After all, everyone wants to look extra good in their special day. Wedding suits are designed slightly different than typical suits because they are meant to enhance your best features, standing up. The normal rules of creating and adding functional details go out the window, because wedding suits are less about function and more about fitting beautifully and looking great in photographs. This, however, should not mean that you should compromise comfort or choose one that is completely for show. Practicality dictates that you should get a wedding suit that finds the balance between these factors.
If you want to get the best value for your suit, it is definitely best to find a tailor that you can trust one that has been making suits for ages and knows all about the leading trends in suit and wedding fashion. It is important to find a tailor that can follow every unique styling detail that you want in your suit, while giving you expert advice on which styles and designs work and which don't when choosing a formal, classic, or casual suit.
The most important thing to remember when buying a wedding suit or having one made bespoke is your own style preference, but to get the best value for your suit, consider whether you want to wear it again on a different occasion, thus getting the most out of your investment. While pocket squares and other suit details made out of the same fabric as the bridal dress are nice, subtle additions, you wouldn't want to have those kinds of details down the line, if you do intend to wear the suit someplace else. A good work around would be adding details that you can remove and do with or without when wearing the suit. A good tailor will be responsible enough to talk you out of some styling decisions that they think you would regret in the future.
Also importantly, don't forget to plan ahead and do your homework when trying to find a good custom tailor to have your wedding suit made. Bespoke suits often take time to make, but you can always buy made-to-measure or off-the-rack, if you are not too particular about styling.
About the Author:
This article was written by Peter Kamel, Marketing Coordinator at Spier & Mackay. Spier & Mackay offers an easy online shopping experience based in Toronto & Mississauga. Their aim is to provide you with custom made dress shirts that fit perfectly. They have hundreds of different fabrics to choose from & you can certainly design your own dress shirt that reflects your personal style.
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