I'm going to go to a wedding party in a couple of months time (not the actual wedding itself). The dress code is 'casual is ok'. But, with this in mind, people will probably be wearing fairly dressy clothing, seeing as it's a wedding party. I want to go for something that is a little smarter than my usual style, and currently I don't really have anything that dressy.
The look that I have in mind is similar to the first photo. I have bought the same trousers as those pictured (slowear), and I already have a pair of brown Grenson 'Fred textured' leather shoes (with black rubber soles, last picture). I have also bought a blue floral print Paul Smith shirt, and a navy blazer.
Now, for the blazer- I've bought an MMM blazer, as it was on sale and the last one at that, but, it's not that same slim fit style, and it has no pocket-square pocket.
This will be the first real blazer purchase I've made, and I think I'd wear it more for formal and dressy occasions, rather than try to go for a more street look by wearing it with jeans and T-shirt etc, as that's not really my style, as I tend to favour different kinds of jackets for normal every day wear.
So, my question is, do you think this blazer is a good choice? I'm thinking that it will look a little less fancy, more classic, and with the floral shirt instead of the plain one pictured, and without a pocket square, it should (in my mind) cut a nice stylish and elegant sillouette. Simple and classic, but slightly stylish. Not boring, the shoes are a little bit fancy, the trousers nicely fitted, and shirt being interesting. So the blazer (I hope) will just frame everything nicely, rather than being all slim fit and modern.
My build is average/tallish, average/slender frame.
Please offer me your thoughts...
So here's the kind of similar look that I'm going for:
Then the Margiela blazer I bought, which is more classic fit: