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The thought of a wedding often conjures up images of white gowns with flowing trains, beautiful Bridesmaids and colourful flowers. These things are important but it’s missing a key ingredient to support the multi-tiered wedding cake of success...
The suits. They are the pillars. The suit arms the Groom with confidence as he stands in unity with his fellow suited brothers, whilst displaying a stunning contrast against the white or ivory dress worn by the woman with whom he vows to spend the rest of his life.
Jeff Hunkin is a perfect example of the many Grooms who come to us requiring suits, shirts and accessories for their upcoming wedding but are not quite sure where to begin. This common scenario gave us the idea to create a video to demystify the process of dressing the Groom and Groomsmen. We want to show grooms how easy it is to get involved in their wedding attire and treat it as an excuse to have a few laughs with your close mates.
Jeff & Jess' Wedding - The Big Decisions
Made to Measure for the Groom.
Nothing fits better than a made to measure suit, so it’s a natural choice for your wedding. Jeff selected a vibrant blue merino cloth, woven in Italy. We crafted Jeff’s suit to his unique body shape and measurements in our Wellington factory. He opted for a two button, notch lapel suit with flat front trousers. Made to measure suit prices start from $1495.
Suit hire for the Groomsmen.
The contoured cut of our hire jackets and the adjustable trouser waistband accommodates all shapes, and so regardless of how much wedding cake you tuck into, you’ll still have room to move. Jeff’s four Groomsmen wore navy notch lapel suits with Jeff holding the limelight in his more vibrant shade.
White dress, white shirts. Ivory dress, ivory shirts. A simple rule of thumb to follow if you’re not sure where to start. Jeff and his Groomsmen wore shirts of the same white fabric with Jeff’s being a slightly slimmer fit with a French cuff.
Jeff wore the same polka dot pocket square as his Groomsmen but in an alternate colourway. The subtle difference shows who’s who without too much fuss. Brown leather Oxford shoes and matching brown belt complemented the blue suiting. To let the suit and pocket square do the talking, plain navy silk ties complete the look.
Venue: Lacewood, Wairarapa
Photographer: We do photography