Clifton Berry in Destinations, Weddings, and Honeymoons Magazine

Posted on May 22, 2013

With wedding season kicking into high gear, it is a great time to revisit Clifton’s interview in last summer’s edition of Destinations, Weddings, and Honeymoons Magazine on the importance and luxury of wearing a custom tuxedo or suit for your wedding. Many men struggle with finding the correct fitting and appropriate suit, especially during wedding season, and at Clifton Charles we’re here to expertly guide you through the process. Below is the full article of Clifton’s wedding style tips. Check it out!

For the Groom: Tips on Choosing the Right Wedding Suit

July 23rd, 2012

by: Brooke Showell

As grooms make the switch from rented tuxes to handpicked suits, they’re able to hold their own next to the bride like never before. “One of the most rewarding things is seeing the confidence a man has when a suit fits him,” says custom tailor Clifton Berry of Clifton Charles, in New York City. Here is Berry’s best advice for creating a custom look.

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Photo by Kesner Bienvenu

Get oriented. Think about the wedding’s location, season and time of day — and decide if the new duds are just for the I do’s or if you plan to wear them again. The fit and feel should match both his style and the event’s tone, whether it’s a Mad Men-esque suit with a skinny lapel for a sleek gallery gala or a lightweight morning coat for a daytime garden ceremony.

Get measured. To achieve the perfect fit, tailors may take up to 30 measurements. If you can’t make it in person, have your local dry cleaner size you up, or send in your best-fitting suit as a model.

Get personal. Have fun personalizing with special features like a unique lining (wild paisley, your wedding colors, etc.), your initials embroidered in the jacket, a coordinating bow tie or vest, or shirt studs and matching cuff links.

Check out the official website article here: http://www.destinationweddingmag.com/blogs/for-the-groom-tips-on-choosing-the-right-wedding-suit

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