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Suit advice for the Groom

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gabelife, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. gabelife

    gabelife New Member

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    Jun 12, 2018
    Hello all, pretty new to this forum.

    I am getting married this coming September in Maui on an olive farm in Kula where it can rain based on the time of day. Ceremony and reception will be outdoors. It is actually very far from the beach. I recently bought some Blue Margiela Oxfords I plan on wearing, but I have yet to have found a suit. I wanted to wear either light grey or light beige. I know my measurements and have been searching on ebay for one. I'm looking for something that I can wear for years to come as well. My budget has grown (lol) to anywhere from $400 - $1k. I figured it's my wedding day, so I might as well do it big. I have my eye on three suits in particular. They can be found below.




    Here are my shoes:


    and of my belt:


    and the tie I plan on wearing:


    Which suit should I go with in your opinion? Would the corduroy suit be to hot for the Maui climate? Do these items clash with one another? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!

  2. classicalthunde

    classicalthunde Senior Member

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    Apr 11, 2016
    have you tried any of these suits on? despite the similar size, the fit is very likely different (esp with a relaxed SS Havana model and a TF suit, which is typically known for structure)

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