Be the Best Dressed Wedding Guest 2023

Dashing Dudes at Every I Do


By Chelsea Risley | Photography by Flint Chaney

On Location at Grandview


Weddings come in all shapes and sizes these days, and it can sometimes be difficult to interpret the dress code. Whether you’re invited to a formal wedding at a museum or a more casual garden party, these local retailers offer ideas for looking your best while you celebrate your friends and loved ones on their big day.

Genesis the Greykid


Genesis the Greykid


outfitted by Yacoubian Tailors


Genesis’ trendy deep blue jacket pops with a bright floral lining that complements the turquoise accents in his belt. Paired with cuffed dark denim, this look is a great choice for an eclectic art gallery reception or a casual farm wedding.

Yacoubian Tailors: Custom-crafted jacket and shirt by Yacoubian. Joe’s jeans. Torino Leather Company belt


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Santosh Sankar dressed in a cream suit.


Santosh Sankar


outfitted by Hardwick Clothes


Santosh’s creamy, lightweight cotton suit is fun and versatile – ideal for a wedding ceremony in the summer sun. The light pink shirt with purple check pattern adds texture to the look, and his vibrant purple tie adds the perfect pop of color.

Hardwick Clothes: 100% cotton poplin suit sold as separates, made in Cleveland, TN. Ledbury Cloverly check shirt. IMM Neckwear tie.


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Thomas Austin in a blue suit leaning against a rock.


Thomas Austin


outfitted by Tom James Company


This wool jacket is light enough for early spring weddings but has enough weight for those chilly outdoor cocktail hours. Thomas’s classic white shirt adds a bit of pizazz to tradition with the navy button stitch and elegantly complements his sharp navy slacks.

Tom James Company: 140s wool sport coat. Year-round slacks. Classic Shirt with Navy Stitch


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Orlando Vanegas in a khaki pant and blue jacket


Orlando Vanegas


outfitted by Hanover Blue


Orlando’s classic look is perfectly suited for an afternoon wedding. His dark navy blazer is smart over simple khakis, and the pheasant feather pocket square adds extra Southern flair.

Hanover Blue:
Southern Tide blazer. Mizzen+Main shirt.
Duck Head trousers. Martin Dingman belt. Brackish pocket square.


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Mark Cunningham


Mark Cunningham


outfitted by Bruce Baird & Co.


Cozy mountain weddings call for wool sweaters! Mark’s stylish blue windowpane trousers are sure to be the envy of other wedding guests, and his soft pearl gray sweater over a blue plaid shirt effortlessly brings the bold patterns together.

Bruce Baird & Co.: Ballin windowpane wool trousers. Hagen Clothing plaid cotton shirt. Turtleson Italian merino wool v-neck sweater.

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