The Perfect Suit for Every Wedding

In 2021, the number of in-person weddings skyrocketed. Those who had been waiting until the end of the pandemic to celebrate their special day came out of quarantine in droves to tie the knot. That meant rapidly rising numbers of grooms purchasing suits for their weddings.

The industry is booming again, and grooms of today have many options when it comes to the perfect wedding-day suit. If you’re a groom choosing the right suit, this is one of the most important clothing decisions you’ll ever make.

The suit you wear on your wedding day not only needs to fit in with the overall theme and formality level of the wedding, but it also needs to make you feel confident and comfortable on your big day. That’s why it’s important to choose a suit that is tailored to your individual needs and preferences.

Ge Wang, the founder and CEO of ESQ, a luxury men’s clothing retailer, says that this isn’t a decision to be taken lightly. “At ESQ, we believe that every groom deserves a suit that fits perfectly and makes them feel like the best version of themselves,” Wang states.

Here are some tips on choosing the perfect suit for your wedding – and how ESQ can help.

Consider the Formality of Your Wedding

The level of formality of your wedding is the first thing to consider when choosing your suit. A black-tie wedding, for example, would require a tuxedo, while a more casual wedding may call for a suit or even dress pants and a blazer. Be sure to choose a retailer that offers a wide range of suits and tuxedos to suit any level of formality.

Choose the Right Fabric

The fabric of your suit is also an important factor to consider. For a summer wedding, you may want to opt for a lightweight fabric like linen or cotton, while a winter wedding may call for a heavier wool or tweed. ESQ offers a variety of high-quality fabrics to choose from, ensuring that you stay comfortable and stylish no matter the season.

Consider the Fit

The fit of your suit is perhaps the most important factor to consider. Your suit should fit you perfectly, accentuating your best features while still allowing for freedom of movement. Don’t trust a fit off the rack. Invest in a custom-made suit that is tailored to your specific measurements, ensuring a perfect fit every time.

Choose the Right Style

The style of your suit is also an important consideration. A classic suit in a neutral color like black, navy, or charcoal gray is always a safe bet, but you may also want to consider adding a pop of color or a unique pattern to make your suit stand out.

Why Choose ESQ?

The team at ESQ has over a decade of experience in creating custom-made suits and other bespoke items. The company’s wide range of customization options allow you to craft a truly unique and personalized suit that reflects your and the overall theme of the wedding. 

From choosing the color and fabric to selecting details such as lapel style and pocket placement, ESQ works with you to build a one-of-a-kind suit that is sure to impress. Your unique wedding day apparel will fit like a glove and be a reflection of your personal style and taste.

Say Yes to the Suit

Choosing the perfect suit for your wedding can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. By considering the formality, fabric, fit, and style of your suit, and choosing ESQ for your custom tailoring needs, you can ensure that you look and feel your best on your big day. 

About ESQ

ESQ is a company that specializes in custom-made suits and shirts for men. The company was founded by Ge Wang, a practicing lawyer who was disappointed with the choices available for custom suiting and shirting. Every ESQ bespoke suit is crafted by hand, utilizing premium Italian and English fabrics.

ESQ offers personalized fittings and consultations to ensure that each customer receives a suit that fits them perfectly and meets their individual style preferences. The company prides itself on using high-quality fabrics and expert craftsmanship to create suits that are both stylish and durable. ESQ also offers a range of accessories, including ties, pocket squares, and cufflinks, to complete the look.

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