We don’t often feature suits on RMW, but when we do – we like to show you the best options out there. Over the years, wedding style in general has become more and more adventurous, so it follows that suits would become more style and trend led too. Often the Grooms in the gorgeous real weddings we feature put as much time, effort and money into finding their outfits as the Brides do!
If you’re looking for a well established British company to provide smart attire for your big day – then look no further. Jack Bunneys have been making and hiring suits since 1958 and are still going strong today.
And it’s because they do things differently. Using finer materials, different colours, slimmer fits. They tried losing the fancy waistcoats, then reinventing the fancy waistcoats. They tried introducing different styles. They invented new services and new ways of looking at the industry. In short, and according to Marc, they did what they ‘wanted and to hell with what the industry told us we should be doing.’ Now THAT sounds like our kind of thinking…
Now in 2015 they’ve helped to shape the suit hire industry into a place where you can find a good fit with quality materials and excellent service, all for a reasonable price. Today we’ve got Marc from Jack Bunneys discussing what he thinks is going to be big for Grooms in 2015…
Marc From Jack Bunneys: Jack Bunneys has long been established as the forerunner of men’s wedding suit fashion. Our small tailor’s in East London casts a long shadow, with our collections influencing the wedding suit market nationally.
In 2015 Jack Bunnneys are showing some exciting new trends.
Tweeds are nice; mohair’s are lovely but what about flannel for a wedding suit??? Never considered it? Then now is the time! Flannel cloths do not have to be heavy or low quality, beautiful lightweight flannels give the comfort of superfine wool and a quintessentially English country look.
Jack Bunneys are now showing a selection flannels to buy and slim fitting flannel wedding suits to hire.
What?! Patterned waistcoats? Are you sure?? Well yes actually, not those swirly polyester things, but what about a Prince Of Wales check or fine tweed? Contrast waistcoats give you a definitive wedding look but you do not have to have an ivory one! Try flannels, checks, tweeds, Tattersall’s or doeskins.
Jack Bunneys are now showing a selection of tweed, plain wool and Prince of Wales check waistcoats to buy and hire.
Ok, so blue is really popular, it has been for years now! But please can we all just try some other colours, which are not black, blue or grey…try brown, give it a go! It can look great. And what about Burgundy? Sounds horrible, looks amazing!
Jack Bunneys are now showing unusual colours of suit; to both hire and buy. Including both burgundy and brown.