If you’re considering wearing a beige suit to a wedding, there are a couple of things to think about. First off, make sure to give the wedding invitation more than a cursory glance because it may provide details on whether or not the dress code for guests is formal or casual. If formal, then a beige suit just won’t do. Secondly, if you can, find out what the groom is wearing. Chances are he’ll be decked out in a black tux or some equivalent look, but in the off chance that he will be wearing a beige or light-colored suit, you don’t want to upstage his look.
Beige wedding suits:
Beige wedding suits pictured: Left: Just Cavalli by Roberto Cavalli Suit ROBERTO, beige / Middle: Polo Ralph Lauren Purple Label Mens Suit Tan Khaki 2 Button Silk Italy / Right: Gianfranco Ferre GF Suit ALFREDO, beige
When thinking about what to wear to go with your beige suit, consider a variety of blues to be the color of the shirt you wish to wear, with something in the light blue range being the best choice fashion wise. Your tie should also be light in color with tasteful striped lines that accentuate the overall look of the shirt and tie. In contrast, shoes can be a dark brown or black with same colored socks to match.
Beige suits for men:
Beige suits for men pictured: Left: Polo Ralph Lauren Purple Label Mens Suit Tan Khaki 2 Button Silk Italy / Right: Gino Valentino Wool / Silk 3 Button Jacket Flat Front Pants Custom Working Buttonholes Beige Tan
Traditionally, an Italian suit had a three buttoned, double breasted jacket with slit pockets and lapels that were large, with a small amount of padding in the shoulder area without looking to bulky. The pants were pleated and cuffed and ended slightly where the shoes met the pant cuff. Nowadays though, the fashion is more of a single breasted suit jacket with two front buttons instead of three. The pants continue to look the same but may be slightly higher up from the shoe than the previous fashion.
Mens Italian suits:
Mens Italian suits pictured: Left: Gino Valentino Black Label Made in Italy Wool / Silk Mens Suit 2 Button Jacket Faint Herringbone Light Gray / Right: Bianco Brioni Made in Italy Wool / Silk Mens Suit 2 Button Flat Front Pants Ticket Pocket Custom Working Buttonholes French Blue
When travelling to a warm country, I always pack my linen suit. Even if I don’t plan on wearing a suit, it’s a good thing to have on hand in case I decide to eat at a more upscale restaurant. Even if this doesn’t happen, I can use the pants on nights that are a bit cold, and a light jacket is always handy. Linen does wrinkle easily, so a hotel room that provides an iron is a plus.
Linen suits example. Pictured: Affazy White Linen Suit
Also of interest: Silver Edition Big & Tall Jacket-Relaxer Linen-Blend Suit Sport Coat / Oak Hill Big & Tall Jacket-Relaxer Linen Suit Jacket / Young Kings boys 8-20 White 2 Piece Set Kings Linen Suit
No matter how great your suit looks, you will not be looking your best if you are not comfortable. These things are noticeable, and if you are sweating in a heavy suit in the middle of summer, it will not only affect your appearance, but your confidence as well. That is the reason why a summer linen suit is the ideal choice on hot days.
Mens summer linen suits:
Mens summer linen suits example. Pictured: Bianco Brioni Italian Linen Mens Suit Modern 2011 Two Button 2pc Flat Front Pants Ticket Pocket Hand Tailored Suit White.