Our Favourite Winter Wedding Suit Styles

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Our Favourite Winter Wedding Suit Styles

This beautiful time of year complements a variety of themes, from country rustic to Hollywood glamour. Read on to discover our favourite winter wedding suit styles for grooms.

With the clocks going back and the nights drawing in, winter creates a warm and cosy atmosphere, making it a popular season for weddings. Winter evokes a feeling of togetherness, particularly during Christmas time, and a wedding during this time will give your guests something to look forward to in the colder months. A winter wedding is almost guaranteed to make an impression with your guests, simply because it will be different from all of the spring and summer weddings they’ve previously attended. Follow our guide to the season’s best looks and make your wedding the event of the year.

Country Rustic

The season of candles, tea lights and roaring fires. Perfect for a rustic winter wedding theme that’s not too polished and charmingly rough around the edges.

Natural, textured fabrics, such as tweed or flannel, in either cool wintery blues or earthy brown tones, will give your wedding suit a rustic edge. Our Highgrove slim-fit suit is the perfect base for layering with a check or tweed waistcoat from our premium hire collection. Rich forest greens, berry reds and burgundy accessories will complete the look and provide a country barn feel.

With a bespoke wedding suit, you can incorporate rustic elements in many of the design details, especially with the choice of fabrics. Think rich, woollen checks, tweeds and windowpane patterns, teamed with country themed lining prints to achieve the look.

Warming Winter Tones

Winter weddings can be dramatic and beautiful, however, you may want to introduce a little warmth. Adding a palette of jewel colours, such as plum, green, burgundy, and amethyst will instantly add richness to your winter wedding.

With our hire suit collection, this look can be created with our exclusive range of waistcoats, ties, and pocket squares in rich jewel tones. Our expertly trained stylists will be on hand to listen to your wedding ideas and help you finish off your look.

A bespoke wedding suit will allow you to fully embrace warming winter tones. With bespoke, the options are endless and you can introduce these opulent colours into everything, from the jacket, trousers and waistcoat, through to your accessories.

Black Tie Decadence

Winter is the ultimate party season, which makes a black tie wedding an ultra glamorous option for both the couple and their guests. Candlelit rooms, twinkling with fairy lights are the perfect backdrop for a dinner suit and cocktail dress.

Our classic Dorchester dinner suit is available to hire in three different fits to suit every body shape and will leave you feeling like the sharpest dressed man in the room. With a dinner suit, it’s the subtle details that will make you stand out from the crowd. We’d recommend accessorising with a studded Marcella shirt and a low-cut waistcoat to add some Hollywood glamour.

A bespoke dinner suit will allow you to experiment with various textures and colours. A plush velvet or fancy jacquard cloth in rich winter tones of burgundy, bottle green or midnight blue will allow you to make a statement and individualise your look. Why not check our Pinterest board for inspiration?

Classic Tails

A formal morning suit is ideal for a fairytale winter wedding, and the perfect excuse to embrace a more dramatic look. Our Balmoral morning suit in black, navy or grey comes in a slim-fit cut for a more contemporary look. A morning suit is versatile; keep it classic with a double-breasted waistcoat, or team with a tweed waistcoat for a rustic twist.

Planning For Your Winter Wedding 

In our opinion, it’s never too early to start shopping for wedding suits. We deliver an amazing, personal service by limiting the number of hire weddings we cater for each weekend, so we recommend starting the process as early as possible to avoid disappointment. To learn more about our suit hire process, read here.

For those considering a bespoke suit, it’s advised that you attend your first appointment at least 16 weeks before your wedding, so we can make sure the entire experience runs smoothly and is thoroughly enjoyable. To learn more about our bespoke design process, read here.

We’d love to help you explore some ideas for your wedding. Our expert team will work with you to create some inspiring winter looks. Get in touch by calling 01625 536 545 or fill in our online contact form here.