12 Rules Of Groomswear That Your h2b Should Know
We’ve got 12 little rules your husband-to-be should abide by when it comes to groomswear, to make sure he’s looking aisle-ready on your wedding day.
Make sure that the width of your tie matches the width of your lapel.
Your lapel pin should always be on your left hand side and this goes for other accessories like your pocket square, too.
We love the look of the pocket square, but make sure it’s not the same pattern or fabric of your tie.
The first thing when buying a ready-made suit is to check is how the shoulders fit.
A way to recognise an ill-fitting suit is there being a collar gap between the shirt collar and the jacket’s lapel.
When it comes to your choosing a belt, it should be the same colour as your shoes.
Make sure that you can slip your hand between your chest and buttoned jacket so that it’s snug, but has a bit of room to move.
To avoid ruining a suit, you should always unbutton it before sitting down at the wedding ceremony.
The top button of a two-button jacket, or the middle of a three-button, should fall above your belly button.
Sleeve cuffs are meant to be exposed about about half an inch for a formal look.
The suit jacket should be just long enough to cover your trouser zip.
Your tie should just about reach your trouser’s waistband, or be slightly shorter.