Wedding suits for summer
Spring and summer weddings are all about suits in lightweight fabrics like linen and cotton while fall and winter weddings call for thicker wool fabrics in deeper hues like burgundy and emerald green.
Wedding Suit or Tux? Difference?
It depends on personal preference. The main physical difference between a tux and a suit is that tuxedos have satin details i.e., satin lapels, satin buttons and, traditionally, a satin side-stripe down the pant leg—classic suits do not. Modern tuxedos consist of 1 button on the jacket and 1 vent at the back. On a suit, the jacket, lapel, and pants all consist of the same material. Instead of satin buttons, a suit will usually have bone, plastic, or fabric-covered buttons. Most commonly, they will also have 2 buttons on the jacket and either 1 or 2 vents at the back, based on personal preference. Tuxedos are generally matched with white shirts that have a wing tip collar to highlight bowties and French Cuffs. Meanwhile, suits can be worn with a variety of patterned or solid colour dress shirts, usually with more classic-styled collars and cuffs.