BOSS | The (new) wedding style rules
From tailored trousers and turtlenecks to head-to-toe white, dressing for weddings this season means ditching tradition in favour of contemporary, cool style.
Go androgynous with tailoring
There’s no doubt that dresses are perfect for traditional weddings, but if you’re seeking something a little more sophisticated this season – try a smart suit. This one, by BOSS, is set in a heavenly cream hue that’ll pair well with blush pink accessories and heels to match. Tuck a black cami top into your trousers to complete the look with a contrasting edge.
Keep it sophisticated with knitwear
Whether you’re a friend of the groom or a family member, nothing says seasoned wedding guest like monochrome head-to-toe. When opting for this look, stick to dark shades such as black, navy and grey, and make sure the fit is just right. A knitted polo neck beneath a smart blazer says ‘carefree’, as does a pair of smart-meets-casual trousers.
Strike a pose in print
Though some weddings are small and intimate, many attract hundreds of guests, meaning that standing out isn’t always easy! One way to catch attention is with a striking print or pattern. Whether you go big and bold with abstract shapes, or subtle and sophisticated with gentle brush strokes or polka dots, a good print is the fastest way to make your presence known at an event. After all, you never know who you might meet on the dancefloor…
Be enigmatic in white
Serene, elegant, modern – white is one of the most enigmatic colours of all, and though it isn’t your traditional wedding guest hue, it sure does exude serious sophistication. If you’ve got a snowy winter ceremony or an elegant fairy-lit occasion in your diary, we think this look is simply magical. Just add a pair of heels and a glass of bubbly…
Three-piece slim-fit suit in patterned virgin wool
Slim-fit jacket in a virgin-wool blend