Here comes the Groom…

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Most weddings are about the brides but at Garrison Bespoke it’s all about the groom and groomsmen.  The groom differentiated his suit by choosing a cloth with a higher lustre, as well as adding the vest to make it a 3 piece–contrasting his groomsmen who wore the 2 piece look.

The peak lapels give the suit that sharp formal look (peak lapels are seen in the majority of modern day tuxedo’s).  The groom went with this combo as it gives him that formal look without having to go with a full on tuxedo (the groom works in a more casual environment that would typically not require a tux) and in this way he’ll get more than one use out of it. Can’t say that about the dress now, can we?

(We also took the time to coordinate all the groomsmen with the bridesmaids.)

M.H.- (Groom) Garrison Peak Lapelled 3 piece Loro Piana Suit in Jet Black, Garrison White Monti 2 Ply 200’s (Soft like Butter with the most beautiful sheen) Spread Collared French Cuffed Shirt. Dion for Garrison Bespoke CremeTie and Pocket Square to match the brides dress.

D.N and K.L. – (Groomsmen) Notch Lapelled 2 piece Fintes Suit in Black, Garrison White Thomas Mason Spread Collared French Cuffed Shirt,  Dion for Garrison Bespoke Deep Purple Ties to coordinate with the bridesmaids dresses.