Should I wear a suit or tux to a wedding?

Is it OK to wear a tuxedo to a wedding?

Yes. If you’re a groom or in the wedding party, you’ll definitely need to wear a tuxedo to a wedding that’s designated black tie. If you’re a guest, you should also wear a tuxedo. However, if the dress code is black tie optional, you also have the option of wearing a dark-colored suit in lieu of a full tux.

Is it OK to not wear a suit jacket to a wedding?

DO. Wear a suit. For a wedding with Cocktail Attire, suits or suit separates are most acceptable for men’s wedding guest attire. Navy blazers and sport coats are often popular for cocktail events because as the evening moves on and the dancing begins, you can lose the jacket and get more comfortable.

Is it okay for the bride to wear a suit?

The best rule of thumb when deciding on wedding day attire is to wear what you feel most comfortable in. If you aren’t the dress type, then don’t force yourself to wear one. If you look and feel good in a tailored suit, go for it.

What to wear to a wedding if you don’t have a suit?

If you don’t have a suit, that’s okay. Don’t sweat it. If you have some dress pants or even cotton pants or chinos, wear them with a blazer and a dress shirt and tie. It’s always better to be a little overdressed, especially at occasions like this, then underdressed.

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What is the most formal wedding time?

A daytime celebration (typically less formal) is held before 6 p.m., while an evening wedding (typically more formal) is held after 6 p.m. or begins a bit before and continues well into the night.