Which suit is best for marriage?

Which suit is best for marriage?

The best wedding suits are a charcoal gray suit or deep navy blue suit, although lighter grey, khaki, and blue suits have their place in the summer months and at exotic locales. Avoid brightly-colored suits as are novelty item and too gaudy for a wedding unless you are getting married in Vegas.

What color suit is best for a groom?

Blue or navy groom suits are the best choice for a colorful look. Shades of blue tend to punch up the colors you pair with them, bringing out the best in your tie, pocket square, or even the dress shirt you choose. The blue suit is modern and bold—a smart choice for an evening wedding in the spring or summer.

How much is a good wedding suit?

While suits are less formal than tuxedos, they can be worn again more frequently—so it's often worth it to buy a suit instead of renting one. While wedding suit prices do vary based on a variety of factors, the average wedding suit cost in the U.S. ranges from $200 to $499.

How much is a grooms suit?

In the mid-range, a groom can buy a nice suit for between $300 and $800. And, on the high end, it costs about $800 to $1,500 and up to purchase a quality designer wool or linen tuxedo or suit. The average groom's tuxedo or suit cost is $197, according to the Bridal Association of America[1] .

Does the best man get the groom a gift?

Although you would think your presence is gift enough, the best man should also typically get the groom a gift—or organize a group gift from all the groomsmen—to celebrate his wedding.

Does the groom buy the best man's suit?

Since getting a suit that fits is incredibly important, it makes sense that the groom should buy his own suit. ... You don't want him wearing a suit that looks like his dad's! It is also the groom's decision so he should be the one to pick a suit he likes, just like you'll choose your wedding dress.