We are thrilled to present the groom feature on Lingo Luxe Bespoke, where impeccable craftsmanship meets personalized elegance. This is your special corner, designed to inspire and guide you on your journey towards your dream wedding attire.
At Lingo Luxe Bespoke, we believe that your wedding attire should be a reflection of your unique love story. It is our privilege to be a part of your special day, and we look forward to crafting an ensemble that not only captures your essence but also stands the test of time.
When a groom wants to flash a little of his personality without being ostentatious. A patterned tux in a classic colour is definitely the way to go. Ashford chose a fabric that photographed beautifully. This tuxedo will stand the test of time.
Tip: Your wedding photos will be the journaling of your big day. Choose fabrics that are not only comfortable but ones that also photograph well.
Fabric: Noir Events, Silks and Wool
This groom wanted a touch of country for the rustic woodland setting of his wedding. Jake chose a dove grey suit and we paired it up with a large check vest in the same grey with a brown check. The beauty of this styling is the versatility of the pieces.
Tip: Unless your wedding is actually a costume party, keep your pieces classy by adding touches of a theme without going all out. Try styling with a bow tie, a pattern or an interesting pop of colour.
Fabric: Vitale Barberis Canonico, Book 10
This groom went for a slick and smooth evening tuxedo. Classic black tuxedo is striking in photographs and makes a very elegant statement piece. Perfect for timeless photos on the mantle.
TIP: Choose a black mohair fabric for a beautiful sheen. Mohair is the perfect fabric to be photographed wearing on your wedding day, as it reflects light beautifully.
Fabric: Holland and Sherry. English Mohairs
Mix n Match doesn't have to be a mish mash of colour and pattern. Chris kept to a navy colour scheme and we helped him give his outfit depth with texture blending. A velvet jacket, with a jacquard waistcoat and a plain trouser creates a sophisticated layered effect.
Tip: Create depth by colour matching differently textured fabrics.
A groom who clearly came with his own fashion direction for his big day. Heritage Green conjures up images of old world sophistication. When paired with a modern cut as in Phils case it creates a new classic.
Tip: If you want to wear colour. Don't choose the colour of the season. Always choose one that works well with your body type and complexion.