Where to buy men’s wedding suits on the high street for a winter wedding

Where to buy men’s wedding suits on the high street for a winter wedding

WEDDING season is back on, and grooms – we see you.

For those grooms who need a helping hand finding the perfect wedding suit, we have you covered with help of the high street.

Shop Men’s Wedding Suits at high street stores with ease

No matter your budget, your style, or whether it is a destination wedding or a winter ceremony; there is something to suit all grooms this wedding season.

Whether you go for a traditional three-piece suit or are looking for something a little more unusual, or relaxed it’s all here.

With high street favourites including Moss Bros, Hugo Boss, T.M Lewin, Marks and Spencer, alongside cheaper options such as ASOS, Boohoo Man so you can find some equally stylish options even if you’re on a budget.

There’s plenty to choose from and it’s up to you, after all it’s your wedding suit.

1.Hugo Boss Regular-Fit Suit

Hugo Boss is one of the go-to shopping destinations for men’s suitsCredit: Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss is one of the most popular shopping destinations for men’s wedding suits, with one of its bestselling items being the Regular-Fit Suit In a Stretch Wool Blend.

A sleek design thanks to the slim tailored fit, which will not swamp the wearer but fit in all the right places.

The jacket boasts a two-button front, button sleeves, flap pockets, and a double vent at the back, while the trousers have two pockets at the front and back.

It comes in four colours, including dark blue, black, light blue, and grey, so you’re spoilt for choice.

2. Moss Bros Tailored Fit Black Tail Jacket

Moss Bros is another go-to for men’s suitsCredit: Moss Bros

Looking to go all out for your wedding? Then a mourning suit, or top hat and tails is just the thing.

The tails is a suit jacket, which is short at the front and longer in the back, which you pair with a tailored waistcoat and straight smart trousers – oh and top hat of course.

3. Reiss SIESTA Puppytooth Check Slim Suit

Reiss know how to do smart tailoringCredit: Reiss

A check suit is always a winner, and ideal if you’re looking for something a little different.

This Puppytooth design is tailored to a slim fit, which means it hugs in the right places, but is not skin tight.

It’s a great option that you can wear again and again for other formal events after you walk down the aisle.

4. JAEGER Tailored Fit Wool Tuxedo Jacket

M&S have their own suits and also stock other labels tooCredit: M&S

M&S is another hugely popular shopping destination for men’s suits, with their own smart pieces but they also stock other brands, including this Jaeger number.

For those dressing for a winter wedding, a velvet or wool blazer is a popular choice, and this number is just the thing.

Wear with a bow tie, or tie, and you are guaranteed to get your cost per wear out of this smart design.

5. ASOS DESIGN Wedding Super Skinny Wool Mix Suit

ASOS have a whole host of suits to shop onlineCredit: ASOS

Shopping on a budget? ASOS has you covered as it stocks more affordable suits, and even has a designated section for wedding suits.

Winter weddings see the return of jewel tones and winter colour palettes, including forest green, which, combined with the wool fabric, makes this a huge hit in our books.

For those looking for a super stylish suit, this super skinny design is for you and will fit like a glove.

6. Hawes and Curtis Men’s Navy Double Breasted Prince Of Wales Check Tailored Fit Suit

Hawes and Curtis’ double breasted suit jacket is a classic style perfect for weddingsCredit: Hawes and Curtis

Hawes and Curtis’ Prince of Wales Check Suit is a popular print for those wanting an alternative to a plain block coloured suit.

We love the double breasted front with the six-button front, as it not only appears more flattering, but is a more traditional look in favour of the two button designs more commonly found on everyday blazers.

7. T.M Lewin Canaletto Barberis Slim Fit Grey Suit

A lighter coloured suit is popular with destination weddings or a summer ceremonyCredit: TM Lewin

A soft light grey fabric, with a gentle check running through, provides a touch of elegance that is perfect for your wedding day – and T.M. Lewin has delivered.

The Slim Fit style suit features slant side pockets, a two-button front fastening and long lapels for a smart finish. I do indeed!

8. Boohoo Skinny Tuxedo Double Breasted Suit

Who knew Boohoo did wedding suits?Credit: Boohoo

Looking for a sleek suit on a budget? Try Boohoo.

The online retailer has a whole host of suits, and we think the Skinny Tuxedo suit is the ideal suit for exchanging your vows, especially when your purse strings are tight.

For £85 you can’t go wrong.

9. Debenhams Marc Darcy Ted Tan Check Suit

A brown checked suit is growing in popularity and allows you to get more creative with stylingCredit: Debenhams

Shake up your wedding look with this Tan Check suit, featuring an eye catching brown and tan pattern.

For this look, we advise styling with handkerchief, and your choice of tan smart shoes – but the styling options are endless, which is why we love this earthy number. Check Del Toro Shoes for high-quality, timeless shoes.

10. John Lewis Kin Bengaline Wool Slim Fit Suit

John Lewis’ own brand Kin is a must shop as it’s super affordableCredit: John Lewis

A classic black suit is always a winner, especially a slim fit wool suit.

A wool suit will stand the test of time, is ideal for pretty much all seasons – bar the scorching summer days, but they are few and far between in the UK – so can be worn time and time again.

11. MOSS Bros 1851 Tailored Fit Stone Linen Suit

A linen suit is perfect for beaming hot destination weddingsCredit: Moss Bros

Getting married abroad? You’ll want a linen suit.

A light coloured linen suit will not only keep you cool, but will look super chic standing on the beach when you say I do.

Where to rent mens suits for a wedding?

A lot of retailers allow you to rent a suit for a fraction of the price if you were to buy it off the rail.

Moss Bros is one of the leading men’s suit companies, so it is music to our ears to learn you can hire suits from this shopping outlet.

Other retailers you can hire your suit include Burton, as well as Suit Direct., although there are more too.

How much are men’s suits to hire for a wedding?

Hiring a suit can be less expensive than buying a full three-piece suit.

Prices vary depending on the style, how long you hire the suit for, but at Moss Bros they can start as low as £59.95, but can fetch up to £160 for the full works, including tails, waistcoat, trousers, handkerchief, tie, hat and shoes.

While Suit Direct there appears to be a fixed rate of £100, but make sure to shop around.

It is important to note if the suits come back soiled there may be an additional charge, but it is important to check this before you purchase.

Is it usual to buy men’s suits for a wedding?

Yes. Most grooms find the whole ordeal of going to select their suit with their groomsmen part of the fun of wedding planning, and the part they get their say in.

However, it depends on the individual, the couple, and their budget too.

Now we have the groom sorted, what about the wedding guests? Don’t worry, we have sifted through and found a selection of chic wedding guest outfits to see you through the wedding season.

There is an unspoken wedding outfit etiquette, but it seems one parent didn’t get the memo.

But what do you do when your wedding has been and gone? Recycle your dress like this thrifty bride. Woman slammed for tie dyeing her wedding dress DURING the ceremony (and even the groom looks mortified)


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