What To Wear To An Asian WeddingWedding season is finally here! Whether that is a good thing or bad thing, we will leave for you to decide. Another thing that you will need to decide is what you are going to wear. There will be some invites that will advocate a more casual dress code – don’t be fooled by this. This still means suits (but not necessarily a tie for all weddings). Thankfully your what to wear at an Asian wedding conundrum has been solved by Burton Menswear. If you are a guest, or part of the wedding party you definitely want to look your best. Burton’s selection includes polished accessories, sharp shoes and of course, a superb selection of suits. We have captured the very dapper, bearded sartorialist Gurj Sohanpal what we think is the perfect wedding guest look. If you are attending an Asian wedding this summer, a coloured suit is a great option. Light blue, skinny fit is a winner for the summer season and also great for the Asian skin content. It also looks great with a crisp white shirt. We also love the contrast brought with the polka dot tie, with the bright pop of colour (and as we all know, there will always be red in abundance with any Asian wedding). We feel that whether it’s a country wedding in a village pub, or a stately home, accessories are still important to make your outfit look super special. The details come in with the tie, pocket square (in a variety of silk and print options). A silver tiepin finishes the look off perfectly. We think that Gurj looks great, and we are sure that you will agree. Shoes wise, a pair of tan leather formal shoes is something that you can never go wrong with. Burton’s selection features a range of rather good options in other colours. Light grey is a lively shade for a summer wedding but looks equally as good when its autumn and you have to wear it to work. If you buy the three-piece, wear the waistcoat (to a wedding and to a big meeting) and sans waistcoat for an average day in the office. And for a summer wedding, take them both off and show off your buff muscles (still wearing your shirt of course). If you feel like you already have a huge suit wardrobe, (of course, we can always advocate more suits), we would be doing you a disservice if we did not tell you about the new hire service at Burton. In short, they have a new service, where the groom goes free and you can hire or buy 5 suits for the price of 4. The service extends across online, in store and via brochure and ordering could not be simpler. Take a look further at Burton Menswear and shop Burton’s lovely selection of suits that are perfect for weddings here.
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