First up is my men's look for the day, here I have picked out all my favourite pieces from T.M. Lewin... When it comes to men's suits, my personal favourite has always been navy. It is such a versatile and timeless colour as well as being suitable for a variety of occasions so you can get lots of wear out of your purchase. Here I have picked out the Soho Navy Blue Skinny Fit Suit, it has to be skinny fit for me - I think this fit is perfect for a wedding as it's smart and sophisticated. I also added in a waistcoat to my look as I think this is a great little addition to bring the whole look and colour scheme together. I paired this with a skinny tie in burgundy, I think navy and burgundy will always be such a great colour combination so this had to be my first choice.
Lastly I finished the look off with a classic pair of tan brogues - something you really can't go wrong with. Of course you could wear a darker pair of shoes with this look if you wanted to, but I just love the mix of colours that bring everything together in this outfit. I actually found my inspiration images after I had put together my look, as I wanted to bring this look to life and I managed to find the perfect image of what I had in my head in the bottom right image. This is a look that I think could suit a variety of men, I wanted to keep it classic but with a bit of a modern and stylish twist.
Here I have put together what I think would be the perfect women's look for a spring wedding. As soon as I saw this dress I fell in love with it, everything about it from the colour to the detailed embroidery is just gorgeous - it's definitely a dress that you could wear again and again so it would be worth investing in something like this! As the dress is so eye catching and detailed I wanted to keep everything else very simple. I went for some subtle barely there nude heels along with a blush nude clutch, as well as a pale cream blazer as spring can still be a little chilly! Obviously it is the number one rule not to wear white to a wedding, no one wants to out shine the bride, but I think this cream blazer you can get away with paired with the deep lilac dress. I also added in a gorgeous printed Olivia Burton watch, which seemed to sum up the look of the whole outfit!
I think when going to a wedding as a couple you don't really need to co-ordinate your outfits, it's not as if it's the school prom... so these are two quite separate looks but two that can quite easily pair up together with no clashing colours or prints!
What do you think of both these looks?
What would you wear to a spring wedding?