The Green Look: Suits & Accessories
When choosing a green cloth for your tailored suit, keep it in the darker spectrum of colours, some fabrics are woven by mixing green and black yarns together, this gives the cloth a much deeper colour, which we recommend. Another way of adding a shade of green to your outfit is by using a green cloth as a trim, on a lapels, pockets, buttons or trouser belt loops, this can help give the accent of colour.
Left: Reggie wearing a bottle green wool suit, perfect for a day or evening look. Right: Ronan Keating wearing a navy wool & silk dinner suit trimmed in a deep green satin lapel & jetted pockets. Seen in Marc Wallace
Wedding Green: A Tailored Suit.
Ben and Camilla’s stunning vintage wedding. Ben wore a deep green hopsack three piece suit designed a Marc Wallace, styled with a soft pink shirt and pink paisley tie, finished off with a pair of tonal brown shoes. The perfect look for the day, Marc Wallace Real Weddings.
The Wedding Buttonhole
Great way to add a little colour to your look, or bring in the brides wedding colour is by the buttonhole. Ben’s buttonhole colours beautifully off set his green suit colour, with it’s reds, pinks, purples, greens, browns and ivory shades.
Your Bespoke Suit
At Marc Wallace this season we have a great new wool & mohair cloth, perfect for tailored suits, if it’s a two or three piece. The mohair content give the cloth a course and more ridged feel to the suit, this enable you to have a light weight suit for the summer, without the suit looking to fluid. Made to Measure suits start from £995.00, the mohair suit below £995 for a two piece, waistcoat from £145.
Finishing Off With Green Men’s Accessories
Adding the final touches are all important, with mens accessories. It’s like the icing on the cake.
Words Pocket Squares, From £12.95. Pocket Squares.
Happy Feet Happy Socks, £14.95 Socks.
Cufflinks From £24.00 Cufflinks.