What We're Wearing to Casual Spring Weddings

Men's spring and summer wedding outfit inspiration

What We're Wearing to Casual Spring Weddings

Our foolproof plan for being the best-dressed dude on the dance floor

A casual spring wedding is supposed to be fun, not stressful. But that doesn't mean you won't be hit with that dreaded thought: damn, what am I gonna wear? Even if you aren't an actual invited guest—perhaps just somebody's plus-one—you'll want to look your best and feel good. Thankfully, this is the easiest kind of wedding to pull a look together for. Our foolproof suggestion for a comfortable, breathable suit and a statement shirt (sans tie) will ensure you're among the best-dressed dudes at every reception this wedding season. Here's what we're pulling on before heading onto the dance floor.

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Best-Dressed Guest Kit

Freemans Sporting Club Cotton Seersucker Suit

Cotton seersucker suit jacket, $895 and trousers, $375 by Freemans Sporting Club

Todd Snyder Linen Camp Collar Shirt

Linen camp collar shirt,
$158 by Todd Snyder

Mr P. Suede Loafers

The heels are collapsible, to convert into a backless style

Suede loafers,
$540 by Mr P.

Sun Buddies Sunglasses

Sunglasses,
$165 by Sun Buddies

The Tie Bar Linen Pocket Square

Linen pocket square,
$10 by The Tie Bar

Kiehl's Anti-Shine Moisturizer

Anti-shine moisturizer,
$27 by Kiehl's

Rolex Datejust Vintage Watch

A vintage timepiece can serve as a conversation starter

Vintage Rolex Datejust watch,
$4,600 / $4,000 at Crown & Caliber

Best-Dressed Guest Kit

Men's spring and summer wedding outfit inspiration

Cotton seersucker suit jacket,
$895 and trousers, $375
by Freemans Sporting Club

 

Linen camp collar shirt,
$158 by Todd Snyder

 
 

Suede loafers,
$540 by Mr P.

 

Sunglasses,
$165 by Sun Buddies

 

Linen pocket square,
$10 by The Tie Bar

Anti-shine moisturizer,
$27 by Kiehl's

 

Vintage Rolex
Datejust watch,
$4,600 / $4,000
at Crown & Caliber

 

The heels are collapsible, to convert into a backless style

A vintage timepiece can serve as a conversation starter

FYI

May, June and August are among the busiest months for weddings in America, according to WeddingWire.

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