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Fashion: Seersucker from Billy Reid

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Posted by Sherri Caudell Brennan, Shopping and Fashion Expert

I know we're just heading into Winter, but if you're always planning ahead like me, then I think you'll love the idea of a seersucker suit for a Spring or Summer groom! I'm loving this one from Billy Reid. It's preppy as ever, but it still allows a guy's inner quirk to shine through.

The Billy Reid headquarters is actually a turn of the century bookstore in historic downtown Florence, Alabama, and his Southern Gentleman aesthetic greets you at every turn: His shops abound with antiques, heirlooms, and personal touches. If you're not fortunate enough to find yourself near one of the shops, you can point your groom to be in the right direction by saving the website to his favorites for him.

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Photos courtesy of Billy Reid

Comments (4)

  • Hey Sherri,
    I have a dilemma... my fiance and I are getting married in Greece this summer, and while it will be a seaside reception, it will be semi-formal. That being said, my fiance wants to stand out but also wants to dress appropriately for the heat.
    This Billy Reid look is great! but would not fit for our wedding.
    What formal attire would you suggest for a outdoor, summer elegant wedding in Greece?

  • I'm so excited about the way wedding style is changing. And as a wedding photographer I must say that these are some amazing photos!!! Great job!

  • Hi Eugenia,
    Wow, Greece sounds like a beautiful place to get married! For outdoor, summer destination weddings, linen or cotton suits work in best in a lighter, neutral hue. The most important thing is a lightweight fabric, no thick wools. Keep the cut of the suit or tux more formal, just look for a lighter weight fabric and softer hue.
    Hope this helps!

  • Great outfit! I'm not too keen on the pilgrim-style shoes, but it is definitely a very fitting outfit for that model.

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