Weddings and Occasions
Are you excited to say I do to the love of your life? Or maybe you’re the best man who is supposed to give a speech at your friend’s wedding. Either way, you want to create an impression with your attire. Our wedding ties not only flaunt your character, but add to your charm. People will not only remember how you looked but what you wore at the event. We know that weddings aren’t supposed to be ordinary which is why we designed different many various patterns and colours for you to choose the perfect men’s wedding tie. We even have a collection of page boy’s wedding ties, so the little ones can look as dapper as the grown-ups!
An important part of the wedding etiquette is to choose the right wedding tie, which can be a challenge, but with our offer and expertise we feel we can make the choice for the Groom and Groomsmen an easy one. We have a wide range of the most current colours in skinny wedding ties and standard wedding ties across our various luxury fabrics. A matching hanky is available too which will complete that essential sartorial look. If you are a wedding guest you can afford to have more fun, by adding a brash of colour to a black suit or if you are wearing a blue suit, orange and pink ties make a bold statement. This style can also be worn for any summer prom event!
Our stylish Silk Wedding Ties and Silk Pocket Squares complement the majority of today’s modern wedding suits (with the exception of black-tie Dinner Suits). It is now very popular to wear regular style ties, tied in a full Windsor knot for your big day. This ‘look’ is also timeless. Cravats and Bow-ties have fallen off in popularity recently.
Outdoors, rustic, bohemian and relaxed weddings are continuing to be the new trend and with this style of wedding, so continues the trend for tweed. Our Tweed Ties or Wool Ties with Tweed Pocket Squares look great with the right waistcoat, tweed suit and tweed flat cap.
The latest trend and etiquette for the mens wedding party is to wear ties and pocket squares that coordinate with the groom. It is no longer essential for the groom’s party to match the colour of their ties to the bridesmaid dresses and wedding flowers. In fact, we advise all our couples not to get too caught up in colour matching, especially if you want to create a unique look for your wedding. It is often about creating your own individual look that gives you the confidence to relax and enjoy your experience of a lifetime.