Parma Beige Linen 3 piece Suit
Regular Price: 12 995 SEK
Special Price 9 097 SEK
Rose & Born proudly present you the perfect wedding guide, giving you precious advises regarding your clothing for your biggest day in your life. Learn the differences among divers dress codes and get to know what style that suits your future wedding best.
Having a formal wedding in town or a more unostentatious ceremony outdoors during the summer? We know what to wear.
When temperatures are getting higher, don’t forget to dress more accordingly to the season in lighter fabrics. Blue suits are never wrong but if there’s a time when something more bright and fun can be even more fetching it is during the summer. Having a wedding on the countryside? Go for pale natural colours and try out something less glossy like linen. Gives a nice texture without to much shine and works in good balance with the environment.
If you want to look at pictures 10 years after your wedding and admire your wedding outfit – go for a plain navy wool suit and crispy white shirt. It will never be wrong or out of style. Less is more and your accessories should neither be to bold. A navy blue tie is perfect and will give the outfit a sober yet elegant touch. Want something extra? Remember that cream white is a true wedding colour and can easily be worn by men too. A cream white grenadine tie is having the perfect texture and colour to match a potential lace dress by your partner. But since you never should see the bride dressed up until the ceremony you better ask your partner if this is a good or bad idea.
Dreamed about this day since you were born and longing for that huge party to come up? Tuxedo is the perfect choice for you. No other dress codes indicate the same luxury ambience and festivity. Black is always right but midnight blue is also a great choice of colour. And if you know that the heat on the dance floor will force you to take your jacket off – wear a three piece suit so your vest always make you look dapper and hide all ugly creases that comes up on your shirt after a long day.