Groom suit: morning suit, tuxedo or three-piece suit?  All the rules of etiquette

Groom suit: morning suit, tuxedo or three-piece suit? All the rules of etiquette

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Groom suit: morning suit, tuxedo or three-piece suit?  All the rules of etiquette

Fashion, trends, ceremony and much more: all the updates regarding weddings and weddings. The rules of etiquette also affect the choice of a suit for the groom. Mostly, the options boil down to three models: tight, three-piece suit or tuxedo? Here are all the guidelines for the more traditional spouses.

For the Preparation of marriage, everything must be thought out in detail. With this column all possible and unimaginable situations will be addressed: details and accessories of the outfit, traditions, customs and small ideas for an unforgettable wedding. For the luck of the groom, here are all the dictates of etiquette on the choice of suit: tuxedo, morning suit or three-piece?

Groom suit: the rules of etiquette

Groom suit: morning suit, tuxedo or three-piece suit?  All the rules of etiquette

As with any good tradition, the etiquette always leaves its traces. This time we take care of all rules surrounding the groom’s suit and its various models. For man, in fact, they appear to be three the decisive alternatives for the choice: tuxedo, tight or dress three-piece.

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Starting from the first, it must be remembered that etiquette involves the use of tuxedo strictly after the 18:00. In fact, this model would not be neither ideal for contexts wedding, but it would be more suitable for moments formal or semi-formal. However, despite for most traditionalists the tuxedo shouldn’t be on the wedding shopping list, even if in America the situation appears to be different.