I'm not one for tradition. Id rather a suit that I enjoy than something that's been done before.
I tried on a beige tie that worked alright. Was just after more ideas.
Would it be possible to take a picture of the suit/tie combo and post? It is really difficult to make visual suggestions without visual cues. Particularly more difficult with non-traditional choices.
Thank you for those who helped with my other post. I am now officially over the grey tux and going with the following (non-rental) black tux for myself and my groomsmen:
Since I was originally going to go with a grey tux, the bridesmaids have already picked and purchased their dresses in navy. The plan was for my groomsmen to wear navy ties and compliment the bridesmaids' navy dresses. As the groom, I plan on wearing a black bowtie. As for the groomsmen, I now have to convince the future wife that the groomsmen black tux can somehow compliment the bridesmaid's navy. Navy neck tie/bowtie and black tux seem like a mismatch. I was wondering if you folks had any suggestions on how I could pull it off?
Should I try to convince her that the groomsmen don't necessarily need to reflect any of the bridesmaids' color tones altogether?
Thanks in advance for your help!
New user. Have read through many threads on SF in the last few months while wedding planning.
It'll be a relatively casual affair, family home in Mexico, starting at 5:30 continuing to late.
I'm planning on a mid blue suit (Suit Supply Jort model) with a white shirt, white pocket square, tan captoe Oxfords. I had been looking at wearing a lilac grenadine tie from Chipp2 / Paul Winston, but now that I have everything together the tie isn't as great a fit as I had hoped.
My question: what tie would work best with a mid blue suit for a wedding. I've looked at Kent Wang's wedding ties, but I worry how they'd work with a blue lighter than navy. Maybe the red or the black and white Shepherd's check? Or, am I overthinking the lilac grenadine tie? Anyway, thanks so much for your help. Here's an image of the suit, and of the current tie: