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What should i wear to an afternoon wedding?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Carl, Jun 6, 2002.

  1. Carl

    Carl New Member

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    I have been invited to my first commitment ceremony.  It's a 1:00 PM luncheon held at a prestigious restaurant in Atlanta, GA.  I don't want to over dress by wearing a suit and tie, if it's appropriate (or acceptable) to wear a dress coat with an open dress shirt or a polo style shirt.  If a description of me helps your suggestion, I have black hair, tanned, 6'5" tall and weigh 215 pounds.  Please help.
     
  2. pstoller

    pstoller Senior member

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    You might ask the people who invited you how formal their wedding is going to be. However, if you're in any doubt, go with the suit and tie; you'll never offend anyone by being too elegant at their wedding. If they say it's casual, I firmly believe you should still wear a dress shirt with your jacket, not a polo shirt.
     

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