The task of choosing your wedding attire is often a big one for an indecisive groom. Although selecting a special outfit may sound easy, dealing with all the options becomes a great concern and challenge. Here are a few tips to help you.
Suit or Tuxedo
When it comes to tuxedos and suits, see if there is a dress code for D-day, the weather season, and how much you sweat. If you have made black ties optional or required, go for a tuxedo. If you are going for an informal vibe, then opt for a suit. If it’s spring or summer, go for lighter fabrics.
Before going shopping for an outfit, it’s best to have an idea of what you like or dislike. Browse around and pick out a few ideas that you can show your stylist as well. You can also look back at the weddings you have attended to help you make a list of things you might dislike. Give yourself fewer options to choose from in order to avoid becoming overwhelmed.
Narrow Down Your Options
When it comes to narrowing your options down, two factors you should consider are your personality and your wedding aesthetics. You can’t go for a white suit for an April afternoon wedding or for something that’s really formal while everything else is relaxed and calm. Keeping in mind your budget, go for the famous This or That game; it’ll help you understand your gut feeling better.
Who to Bring to Your Appointment
If you are someone who can’t decide alone, you can always have a shopping partner. It can either be your partner or you can go with a close friend who will give you an honest opinion; after all, it’s going to affect one of the most important decisions of your life. You can also ask your parents to tag along for some constructive feedback.