The 16 Best Men's Wedding Suits of 2022

Sophisticated styles from JOE Joseph Abboud, Ralph Lauren, and more

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Let’s be honest, purchasing a wedding suit can feel like a daunting task even for the most seasoned shopper. While tuxedos are usually reserved for a black-tie wedding or a formal event, wedding suits are more versatile and can be worn to honor various types of dress codes, from casual ceremonies to black-tie optional events.

A suit's silhouette, season-appropriate fabrics and colors, and extra accessories (think pocket squares, ties, and cufflinks) are all essential factors to take into consideration when picking out a wedding suit. To make life easier, we've researched and curated a selection of men’s wedding suits, considering their silhouette, color, material, and overall quality. For a tailored and classic look, our favorite options are the JOE Joseph Abboud Black Executive Fit Suit and the Ralph Lauren Gregory Wool Twill Suit. For something more light and on-trend for a spring or summer ceremony, the ASOS DESIGN Wedding Super Skinny Suit is our top pick.

If you're attending a formal wedding, look for suits in darker colors like navy, black, and charcoal. For casual weddings, you can opt for lighter colors that go with the season. For example, light blue and tan are great for summer.

Ready to suit up? Read on for the best wedding suits for grooms, groomsmen, and guests.

Most Versatile: JOE Joseph Abboud Black Executive Fit Suit

black suit

Courtesy of Men's Wearhouse

We love this versatile and classic black style because it will take you between formal and casual events all year long. It has an executive fit, meaning it is roomier on the chest and waist for extra comfortability. The wool material is thick enough to keep you warm during chillier weather but also quick-drying enough to work in the summertime. It features notched lapels, a two-button jacket, and side vents, which offer a fashion-forward look. This pick also includes flat-front slacks, which are trendier in nature and offer a more streamlined look. Style it with a black tie for a classic look or be bold with a colorful tie and pocket square for a more relaxed wedding.

Most Unique: ASOS DESIGN Wedding Super Skinny Suit

lilac suit

Courtesy of ASOS

If you want to make a statement, look no further than this unique pastel option from ASOS DESIGN. The soft lilac color is a no-brainer for a spring wedding. This color looks flattering on all skin tones and can easily be paired with accessories in a wide range of colors from navy to mint green. This three-piece option is great for formal weddings, but you can skip the vest for casual events. Although all of the pieces are sold separately, they can sometimes be found on sale for those shopping on a budget. Its polyester material is very lightweight, so it's ideal for any events in warm weather.

Most Classic: Ralph Lauren Gregory Wool Twill Suit

black suit

Courtesy of Ralph Lauren

If you're a groom with a classic aesthetic, you can't go wrong with this elegantly crafted suit. Available in charcoal or navy hues, this suit is ideal to don at formal weddings, but it can work for backyard venues, too. It's made of crease-resistant twill that's exclusive to the brand, and it's lightweight enough for warmer weather. The jacket features a notched lapel, two-button silhouette, left-chest welt pocket, two flapped pockets on the front waist, two interior chest pockets, and an interior right waist pocket. The double side vents give off a sleek style, while the unfinished cuffs allow for custom-tailoring. The slacks feature a flat front and straight fit with several pockets as well. Overall, this is a timeless suit that will last for years.

Best Bright Blue Style: Bonobos Premium Italian Wool Suit

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Courtesy of Bonobos

Known for creating an easy and painless shopping experience, Bonobos offers a carefully curated selection of formal suits for the modern man. We love this bright blue suit, in particular, because it feels unique without being overly statement-making. It's made of a mix of Vitale Barberis Canonico wool and cashmere, making it high-quality enough to last you through the entire wedding season. The fully-lined jacket has notched lapels, flap pockets, a two-button, single-breasted silhouette, pick stitch detail, double vents, and real horn buttons. Meanwhile, the slacks also have real horn buttons, an extended tab button, and double welt back pockets. This suit is sold in a set together, and it's also available in navy and charcoal color options.

Best Pastel: Hawes & Curtis Pink Herringbone Linen Tailored Fit Italian Suit

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Courtesy of Hawes & Curtis

We love a colorful wedding suit, and this pastel pink herringbone design is no exception. Made from pure linen, we can't help but imagine this pastel style at a wedding on Nantucket or a ceremony by the sea. The single-breasted jacket has a notched lapel, two front buttons, and double vents that allow for a better range of motion. Sold separately, the slacks have a tailored silhouette with a tapered leg for a modern look. The pants come unfinished and require alteration, so you can get them tailored to your precise measurements.

Most Fashion-Forward: Dolce & Gabbana Jacquard Effect Tailored Suit

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Courtesy of Farfetch

While a white wedding suit is forever classic, this Dolce & Gabbana style takes on the traditional with a fashion-forward spin. Impeccably tailored and crafted from a silk blend featuring a jacquard effect—you'll be sure to stand out on your wedding day. The jacket features peaked lapels, a small breast pocket, two flap pockets, three interior pockets, and a two-button closure. Unlike other options on this list, it has a single vent in the center back, which allows for a streamlined and flattering look on any body type. The flat-front trousers have French-seamed pockets on the front and welt pockets with a button on the back. As a bonus, this two-piece suit is sold together.

Best Subtle Pattern: Brooks Brothers BrooksGate Regent-Fit Windowpane Wool Twill Suit

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Courtesy of Brooks Brothers

The windowpane design on this suit is perfect for grooms seeking out a suit with a subtle pattern. We're partial to this pattern in particular because it's slimming, statement-making but not overly trendy, and adds some edge to an otherwise classic suit. It's also versatile enough to be worn at any wedding, from a backyard venue to a black-tie event. Made of 100 percent super 110s wool, this pick will take you through the summer and winter seasons with ease. The jacket offers a regent fit, meaning it is fitted at the chest, shoulders, and waist. It has a two-button silhouette, notched lapels, corozo buttons, finished cuffs, plenty of pockets, and double vents. The matching flat-front pants are sold separately and feature similar detailing. They also come in a Regent fit and are fitted through the hip and seat with a moderately tapered thigh and leg opening for superior comfort.

Best Budget: H&M Skinny Fit Suit

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Courtesy of H&M

For a wedding suit that looks great and doesn't break the bank, this H&M suit doesn't disappoint. Featuring a slim fit and notched lapels, this suit is flattering and timeless. It's made from polyester and rayon, so it gives a comfortable and stretchy fit. The blazer is slightly shorter than other options, but it is shaped at the chest and tailored at the waist with narrowed shoulder and sleeves for a sleek look. The matching pants also have a shorter fit with narrow thighs, knees, and ankles. It comes in black, navy, gray, and some other colors, so you can have an option for formal and informal weddings.

For a Dressy Casual Wedding: Indochino Hemsworth Gray Suit

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Courtesy of Indochino

For a less formal or daytime wedding, try this dressy casual gray suit from Indochino. It's custom-made from your specific measurements and style preferences, so you know you will achieve the best fit possible. The jackets are half-canvassed for durability, but you can opt for an unconstructed fit if you're looking for something even more casual. Other style options include standard, roped, or soft shoulders, peaked or notched lapels, welted or rounded patch chest pockets, several different button closures, button colors, and more. For the accompanying trousers, you can choose between pleated and flat-front styles, blind and cuff hems, and more. Pair it with a crisp white shirt and skip the tie for a laidback look.

Best Gray Style: J.Crew Ludlow Suit

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Courtesy of J.Crew

Crafted from superior Italian wool, this gray suit was designed to blend comfort and style. It has notched lapels, pick-stitching, a two-button closure, and double vents for superior movement. The flat-front trousers come partially lined and have a hook-and-eye closure. Sold separately, both pieces come in two different fits and are easy to dress up and down for any type of event. Pair this with a navy blue tie, and you're ready for any fall wedding.

Best Three-Piece Suit: Reiss Electric Blue Wool Suit

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Courtesy of Reiss

For a formal wedding, it doesn't get more dapper than this three-piece suit from Reiss. Cut from electric blue fabric, this style pairs beautifully with a crisp white dress shirt and dark brown shoes. The jacket features peak lapels and a single-breasted silhouette with single-button closure, and the waistcoat has a six-button closure. Meanwhile, the trousers offer a slim fit with slashed pockets.

Most Stylish: Tom Ford Slim-Fit Super 120s Wool Suit

blue suit

Courtesy of Mr. Porter

Tom Ford's impeccably made suits are regularly worn by A-list celebrities on the red carpet. Channel some of the most dapper men in Hollywood in this stylish tailored suit crafted from navy wool. It's fully canvased and crease-resistant for superior durability and structure. The peak lapels and padded shoulders broaden any figure, and we love how it has a third front flap pocket.

Best for a Beach Wedding: Saman Amel Linen Suit

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Courtesy of Mr Porter

We love a linen suit for a summer beach wedding, and this style from Saman Amel is particularly striking. It has a single-breasted front, three-button closure, and smart notched lapels. The matching trousers are pleated and have a cuffed hemline for a unique flair. Pair it with slip-on loafers or white sneakers for a casual but polished look.

Best for a Winter Wedding: Brunello Cucinelli Velvet Peak-Lapel Jacket

velvet dinner jacket

Courtesy of Bergdorf Goodman

Winter weddings call for rich fabrics in dark hues, and this sharp dinner jacket is a sophisticated and statement-making option. The body of the jacket is velvet while the peaked lapels are crafted from silky satin. It has double vents for extra movement, a two-button closure, three pockets, and basted sleeves. This jacket works wonderfully for formal weddings that don't require you to wear a tuxedo. Add a pair of black suit pants to complete the look.

Best for a Spring Wedding: Paul Stewart Green Twill Suit

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Courtesy of Paul Stewart

We're picturing this lightweight suit in an earthy tone at a garden spring wedding. It's made from a wool and cotton mix, so it's ideal for the hot but breezy weather you may face during the springtime. It comes fully lined in a modern fit, featuring a single-breasted silhouette, notched lapels, soft shoulders, two-button closure, three pockets, and side vents. The matching trousers have a flat front, belt loops, and an unfinished hemline for custom-tailoring. Be bold and style this suit with a colorful shirt and statement-making neckwear.

Best for the Traditional Groom: Jos. A. Bank 1905 Collection Tailored Fit Textured Suit

black suit

Courtesy of Jos A Banks

Ideal for the sleek and traditional groom, this suit comes in black, navy, and gray. It can work for both casual and formal weddings, and you can even add on a vest if you're looking for a three-piece option. The jacket features notched lapels, three pockets, a two-button closure, soft shoulders, and side vents. Like many other options on this list, the accompanying trousers have a flat front and come unhemmed for custom-tailoring. If you choose to add on the vest, it has a five-button closure and quarter-panel pocket.

What to look for in a wedding suit

When it comes to shopping for a wedding suit, there are a few factors to take into consideration. First, the dress code. If the wedding calls for formal attire, opt for impeccably tailored suits in classic colors like navy and black–or go for a three-piece style for a more statement-making look. For a casual dress code, opt for less structured silhouettes and forgo ties and pocket squares for a more laidback aesthetic. Next, consider the time of year. Spring and summer weddings are all about suits in lightweight fabrics like linen and cotton while fall and winter weddings call for thicker wool fabrics in deeper hues like burgundy and emerald green. And lastly, don't be afraid to showcase your personal style! There are many different ways to accessorize your wedding suit from eye-catching ties and bow ties to sleek tuxedo shoes and statement-making socks.

FAQ
  • What is a wedding suit?

    A wedding suit is less formal than a tuxedo and comes in many different types of fabrics and colors. A wedding suit consists of a tailored jacket and suit slacks.

  • Can I wear a suit to a black-tie wedding?

    A black-tie dress code traditionally requires men to wear a tuxedo. If the wedding dress code is black-tie optional, then you can opt to wear a dark suit instead of a tuxedo.

  • What colors are appropriate for a wedding suit?

    Typically, formal weddings call for dark suits in navy, black, and charcoal. For semi-formal weddings in the summer or the daytime, suits in light blue, soft gray, and tan are appropriate colors to wear

Why Trust Brides

Contributing writer Sophie Moore is a former fashion editor at Brides and is an expert in all things bridal attire, from couture wedding gowns to the perfect "something blue" accessory. She researches and sources the best fashion items for brides, grooms, wedding guests, wedding parties, and more. 

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