Black tie doesn't always have to mean black
It's your big day and we are here to guide you through the process. All images featured are events and people we've been fortunate to be a part of and dress. All of our suits are completely made in Canada with Italian fabrics and canvas construction. What does that mean? Check out our suit FAQ for more info.
Tuxedos or black tie weddings don't need to be limited to black jackets and black trousers. Make a statement with an elegant dinner jacket and trousers OR re-work the classic tux and make it modern in a variety of colours. Think french navy, bordeaux, emerald green, white, or rich velvet.
The options are endless and the choice is yours. It's your day.
THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX
Inject some colour
We love to work with clients who want something 'out of the box' and want to take chances.Consider colour, patterns or textures. These don't necessarily need to be flashy or loud - it can done in a modern elegant way, which is Sydney's specialty.Or for a more laid back option, consider a sport jacket - trouser or chino combo.
SHADES OF BLUE
The choice is yours
There are no limits, only all the shades of colour in between. We suggest starting with a point of reference. Start with a style (two piece, double breasted, two button, wide lapel, three piece?), a mood (black tie vs. casual), inspiration (one year it was all about Bradley Cooper), venue, or a colour. Blue is really popular colour and when it comes to blue, there are endless options. There's french navy, ink navy, textured navy, light blue, melange blue, blue tweed, cornflower blue, indigo....you can go down the rabbit hole.Feel overwhelmed? That's what we're here for.