Classic Wedding Style Tips from Eric, Our Wedding Style Expert

Every man wants to look his best at a wedding, whether it’s your own or attending as a “plus one.” Are you looking for a shirt with a superb fit, or need a little something extra to make you and your groomsmen pop? I’m happy to help to make outfitting your wedding party as easy as possible. This is the first of an ongoing series to help grooms and their groomsmen look their best on the big day.

Here are a few of my choices for a classic wedding ensemble:

The Ledbury Tuxedo Shirt — Our tuxedo shirt is constructed from a luxurious white two-fold royal twill that has a removable button placket so you can choose to wear it with or without studs. I love that this tuxedo shirt doesn’t have a bib, so you can take your jacket off at the reception and dance the night away.

The Monroe Cufflinks — Handcrafted by a third-generation jeweler in Charlottesville, Virginia, these sterling silver cufflinks are the perfect accessory to complement the tuxedo shirt. I see these as a great future heirloom that can be passed from one generation to the next. [note: temporarily out of inventory, but will be restocked next week]

The White Poplin — This extra fine Italian cotton poplin is great for a summer wedding. The lighter weight cotton is perfect under a sport coat to stay cool while looking sharp throughout the day.

The Waverly Pocket Square — The perfect accessory to make your suit pop! My go-to.

There’s more to come! If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email.

Cheers,
Eric
weddings@ledbury.com

One comment

  • “I love that this tuxedo shirt doesn’t have a bib, so you can take your jacket off at the reception and dance the night away.”

    But what’s wrong with keeping your jacket on and dancing the night away? I don’t get why one would get dressed for their wedding and then remove their jacket. It looks sloppy and like you’re uncomfortable being fully dressed.

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