Two Wedding Suits: Two Sharply Dressed Brothers! - A Hand Tailored Suit

Two Wedding Suits: Two Sharply Dressed Brothers!

Brothers Joel and Jithin came to us at A Hand Tailored Suit for not one, but two very dapper wedding suits in the summer! The groom was Jithin and both brothers wanted to wear different suits for the occasion, but they were equally crisp in appearance for the special day whilst showing great examples of bespoke tailoring. Jithin's choice was a three-piece blue windowpane check suit whilst Joel opted for a summery three-piece linen number, both great options for a summer wedding.

Starting with the jacket, it was cut in a double-breasted form with six buttons on the front. The peak lapels were sharp and very clean against the windowpane check woven with red through the cloth. The pairing of the two-tone paisley tie and pocket square was perfect to compliment the main colours of the suit and furthermore, enhance the red detailing. The flapped pockets on the front were angled, whilst the pockets on his waistcoat were thin double jets, a good choice for the single-breasted style he chose.

On the waistcoat is the accompanying paisley satin lining which, as inside of the jacket shows and flash cuff, is included in the design too. With straight-leg trousers featuring a subtle centre crease, it's very much a cohesive suit and a timeless look; but what made it even more special was the monogramming on the jacket's under collar - a way of commemorating the special day and making this suit more personal to him!

As we move onto Joel's suit, he wore a custom linen three-piece with the jacket and waistcoat both single-breasted. On the jacket were sharp peak lapels too just like his brother's, completed with a two-button fastening on the front and a soft curved hem for a cool finish. Angled flapped pockets were also the choice for the jacket whilst inside was a black satin paisley lining, edged beautifully in ivory for extra sophistication to the ensemble.

The waistcoat was a four-button design with matching beige buttons and an angled notch hem too, thin double jet pockets also included and an additional welt breast pocket near the top, again defined through the styling of the black pocket square. The buttons on the waistcoat were the same on the jacket sleeves as they were customised with a four-button style, slightly pearlescent in appearance but with a contrasting black buttonhole to make this suit a cohesive piece. His trousers were slightly tapered at the hem and the centre crease ensuring the crispness of the linen.

Styled with the matching black satin paisley tie, Joel also had the option of accessorising with not one, but two pocket squares in the form of the black paisley and a crisp white pocket square folded neatly in the welt pocket square of the jacket. It was a great suit to show the versatility of accessorising with this piece and both pocket square choices work very well!

Both suits are completely different in style and include different features but together, both brothers together looked effortlessly dapper and very smart indeed!

On behalf of the tailoring team Jithin, many congratulations to you on your wedding! And to both you and Joel, it was a great honour making your fully bespoke suits!


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