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I don't know about that. How about a cotton or corduroy suit? Or some kind of rough textured tweed or wool flannel?
No way. A large or maybe even an extra large.
Yes, anything that could be perceived as trying to visually upstage the bride or groom is frowned upon. Yellow pants fall into that category.
You don't have to listen to me, because I never wear a tie. Someone more knowledgeable than I should step in here. But my personal take is that one looks like it's the one tie belonging to an IT guy and he bought it at Sears.
Oh.
You literally can't go wrong here. Both shirts will work fine with both suits.The tie actually sounds suspect to me. Have a photo of it?
Knee.
I always order lining for wool trousers. It's not about warmth, it's about comfort and longevity.
Go to the Suitsupply at 16th & Locust and pick out one of their lighter coloured, single-breasted linen suits. I like the Havana in grey or the Copenhagen cotton/linen in tan. They have an in-house tailor so when you get the best fitting suit see if there's a ripple in the upper back and if so, have him fix it (it's an easy adjustment) at the same time they hem the trousers for you.White shirt, brown shoes. Buy one of my pocket squares.
I'd resist the temptation to overdo the theme. Wear a tasteful seasonably-appropriate suit and just add a gold pocket square (or tie if you're into that sort of thing).
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