This year’s bestwedding suits promise to add flair, personality, and a dash of boldness.
Move over traditional black and gray attire! From eye-catching colors to luxurious textures and attention-grabbing accessories our 2023 best of wedding suits winners all have one message to send: express yourself!
Lewis’ wedding look stood out as he donned a custom cape designed by none other than Anikena. Like all pieces created by the talented designer, Lewis’s cloak told a story of a bird perched above a nest in the sky to which he comes down to meet his flower (his beautiful bride-to-be)! The detailing was truly incredible and paired so perfectly with the aesthetic of the celebration. | Suit Design by River Island | Custom Cape Design by Anikena by Azulik | Photography by Andre Gouin Photography
What do you get when you pair a custom jacquard tuxedo jacket, suede loafers, and a beautiful hair vine with pearls? You get LaVicke’s fashion-forward ensemble! A berry colored lip was the perfect touch to complete the look and complimented the color palette of the fall winery celebration! | Suit Design by Bindle & Keep | Photography by Megan and Kenneth
A wedding with this grand of a design deserves attire with rich color! The chicness of Carlos and Paul's outfits really matched the vision.The regal emerald green suit tailored perfectly was a beautiful pairing with the dark damask suit! | Photography by HG Photography
Can you say, texture? We’re all for texture throughout a wedding design, especially when it’s in suit form! This velvet tuxedo really modernized a traditional look. And that color. Just wow! | Photography by Meche Ausina Photography
“Tailcoats aren't ‘supposed' to be green, but when you're already breaking the rules by wearing a suit, you can go all in!” Say no more, Rae! We completely agree! This green tailcoat was inspired by the dapper glamour of Marlene Dietrich and Fred Astaire. To make this even more stylish, Rae made herself a vest with a sheer rose-patterned overlay that matched Elaine's dress. GOALS. | Suit Design by Hockerty | Photography by Renoda Campbell Photography