The packing guide for a wedding abroad

Posted on June 11 2018

Weddings abroad always seem like a great idea; sun, beach, celebrations, family and friends all in one place, until you’re trying to pack and have no idea what to wear to a wedding in the heat. However, at Master Debonair, we have your wedding suit covered with our Simon Templar lightweight collection. You can still look effortlessly cool in the sun while wearing a 3 piece suit. We have these available in brown and grey hues. Going for a neutral colourway Is a safer option when celebrating your friend’s wedding on the beach. Although, if you have a slightly casual outfit in mind, just go with a two piece suit and drop the waist coat.

Pack a white shirt to go under your Simon Templar blazer. Make sure you buy a lightweight, breathable, short-sleeve shirt, naturally paired with the check blazer and trousers for a slightly more casual beach styling. If the laid back look is more to your taste, then packing a lightweight grandad collar shirt is an essential item. Or in return undo the top button of your shirt for a free and easy image. Sartorial John and Joe are looking debonair in our light weight shirts from our ‘Guide London cotton high collar shirt with geometric print contrast’ which has a plain slim flattering fit. Keeping the shirt un buttoned will leave the lining pattern on show, adding subtle flare to your outfit.

You need to consider which shoes to pack. Brogues might not be the usual shoe you have packed on summer holidays in the past, but remember you’re still attending a wedding. As well as taking a more casual shoe for after the wedding and lounging around. Accessories are also an essential to any outfit. Sunglasses, on the other hand are a seasonal necessity. Add some glasses to finish your summer look and use our Harris Tweed glasses case to keep them safe.

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