T he groom’s fit typically gets put to the back of the wedding event preparation procedure as let’s face it, selecting the vintage bridal gown of your dreams is constantly going to be more interesting (and for a few of us, we have actually selected our gown prior to he has even had a possibility to propose!) With that in mind, this month we are focusing a little on more on the vintage chap and 2 looks best for your vintage wedding event.

For the Don Draper classic appearance with tonnes of cool swagger, pick a dark navy or charcoal three-piece fit with a hat used at a jaunty angle. Soften the appearance by including a button hole with a distinction; edging your entire leading pocket with a line of blossoms. This will include colour versus the dark material and incorporate perfectly with the bride-to-be’s arrangement. Complete the appearance with classic devices, which might likewise be the bride-to-be’s present to him, such as a classic tie or cravat, cufflinks based upon sentimental styles or a tie pin.

For a more rustic outside vintage wedding event, lose the procedure of the coat and waistcoat and flaunt

your button down braces with pride. A herringbone tweed works well for this design of wedding event as it looks lighter in colour and more country-fied. Choose handpicked flowers for a button hole or opt for dried flowers in charred oranges which you can then keep permanently. Complete the appearance with a Peaky Blinders baker young boy cap, for that unwinded vintage feel.

ByKate Beavis
Photography: ClaireMacintyre
Styling: Kate Beavis from MagpieWedding
Location: ClivedenHouse
Suits: 20 thCentury Chap
Shoes: Modshoes
Dresses: from MagpieWedding
Hair: HairThat Turns Heads
Makeup: ViktoriaKohl
Flowers: Bloomologie