Weddings post a special dilemma for even the most well-dressed gentleman. The reason is that unless the bride and groom spell out the desired attire in their invitations, it’s hard to know whether to go formal or casual with your dress and with your necktie. That’s assuming that you are the guest. It gets even crazier complicated if you’re the groom. Luckily for our customers, Tieler has a stunning wedding collection.
Let’s say you’re the groom. What’s the best time to buy your tie? Wedding planning is overwhelming even in the best of circumstances. The last thing you want is to have to make an 11th-hour decision about your necktie.
Your bride will have a good bit of input into this, depending on which colors you’ve chosen for your wedding. You may be going with understated black formal or you may be wearing ties to match the wedding colors. It’s all up to you and your beloved.
Experts recommend that you have all of your other plans in place before shopping for your necktie. For example, you don’t want to buy a tuxedo with tails and bowtie for an informal beach wedding. However, as soon as you have your venue lined up, colors are chosen, and know whether or not you want to go formal or more casual, it’s time to choose (and buy!) your necktie. Avoid this worst-case scenario: knowing the tie you want, but procrastinating buying it only to find that the manufacturer or tailor no longer makes that style, color, etc…
The kind of tie you wear for your wedding will depend on whether you and your groomsmen will be wearing suits or tuxedos. Maybe for your wedding, you and your groomsmen are opting for slacks and tuxedos, or slacks and a vest. The more formal the wedding, the darker the tie and suit should be. However, even within those confines, you can have a little fun. Think foulard, swiss dots, paisleys, and even florals. You may even opt for a themed tie (do consult your bride about this, though...surprises aren’t always welcome).
Whatever style you decide to go with Tieler’s wedding collection has what you need.