Only tying the knot is obligatory: Looks for weddings

    Even when it gets serious, you can relax a little when it comes to your wardrobe. From casual to cool, there are a few ways now of skilfully avoiding the overly traditional without diminishing the seriousness of your intentions.

    Only tying the knot is obligatory:
    Looks for weddings

    Even when it gets serious, you can relax a little when it comes to your wardrobe. From casual to cool, there are a few ways now of skilfully avoiding the overly traditional without diminishing the seriousness of your intentions.

    Nordic casualness

    Have you ever noticed that people in Scandinavia always look incredibly cool at parties but don't fit the cliché of tailcoat, bow tie and suit shoe at all? Maybe just a drawer - but we have been inspired by “Scandi chic”. For a cool look comprising smart dark trousers, white shirt and matching sneakers. The best thing to do is to listen to your fashionable inner voice and dress in a way that makes you feel comfortable without pretending. At least the most important person at the whole party would notice anyway.

    Class, yet cool

    Those who prefer it traditional can still achieve a lot with a little twist. The key word here is haptics. The shirt is in a classic style, with concealed button placket, turn-back cuffs. It comes with a bow tie, patterned and matching the pocket square. The highlight is a structured sports jacket and a fine wool waistcoat. The new bridegroom(s) is/are ready. And the wedding photo that still looks great years later.