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Aug 17, 2015

Where is the wedding? Generally solid colors will be better.

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Aug 17, 2015

Wedding will be indoors here in Houston. Nice church/Hall.

Aug 17, 2015

It really depends on the venue and generally the crowd/location of the wedding. Generally, I'll wear a suit. In fact, I'll only really wear a suit unless it is explicit not to (like for example I attended a beach wedding). I think for the majority of weddings you'll be best served dressing the same way you would for a night out at a higher end restaurant while erring on the side of being slightly more conservative regarding combinations (colors, ties, etc.).

Long story short, I think you'll be fine with any of those colors.

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Aug 17, 2015

Think i was more concerned with the pattern of the coat. The check print. It is not loud at all.

Aug 17, 2015

Like others have said, suit is the norm, but with a tie and conservative pair of slacks you will look fine.

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Aug 27, 2015

Honestly I think you will be fine in that.

Nov 2, 2015

I can only give you some references of the costumes.

Nov 5, 2015

Is this serious right now? Wear whatever the fuck you want to wear. Its a wedding, no one is going to be that concerned that your tie is matching your girlfriends dress or the wedding color theme, and if they are concerned with it then they have their own issues.

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Nov 5, 2015

You came to a finance website and created an account to ask a fashion question? Seems legit.

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Nov 5, 2015
Skinnayyy:

You came to a finance website and created an account to ask a fashion question? Seems legit.

Clearly didn't make this account for that purpose

Nov 5, 2015

@Hugh Myron are there any guides to wedding attire for analysts at BB, MM, and Boutique firms?

Nov 5, 2015
thebrofessor:

@Hugh Myron are there any guides to wedding attire for analysts at BB, MM, and Boutique firms?

Seersucker = GS/MS, Charcoal/Navy = everything else in between, UBS/Piper Jaffray = black suit.

Nov 5, 2015

It really depend on whether the wedding will be indoors or outdoor. Either way your outfit selections are all wrong.

For an outdoor wedding I would def go for a springy look. You should wear a nice light green suit and the emphasis is on the "light green". Now you might be thinking " I dont know shit about colors".. Well, have no fear, take 200 g of plain yogurt with 40 g of spinach or kale and blend it together-- that is the color you want.

The pant and the shirt arent really that important, just make sure the suit is light green and the emphasis is on the "light green"

LMK if its an indoor wedding, I can help you think of something

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Nov 5, 2015
LeverageMill:

It really depend on whether the wedding will be indoors or outdoor. Either way your outfit selections are all wrong.

For an outdoor wedding I would def go for a springy look. You should wear a nice light green suit and the emphasis is on the "light green". Now you might be thinking " I dont know shit about colors".. Well, have no fear, take 200 g of plain yogurt with 40 g of spinach or kale and blend it together-- that is the color you want.

The pant and the shirt arent really that important, just make sure the suit is light green and the emphasis is on the "light green"

LMK if its an indoor wedding, I can help you think of something

It's an indoor wedding. I don't hate your outdoor suggestion for an outdoor spring venue though.

Nov 5, 2015

I agree with the ass man.

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Nov 5, 2015

Horrible troll.. but just in case it isn't, wear a shiny suit like that old puff daddy video

Nov 5, 2015

blue...i'd go for a phukkin tux but I Like to be loud and fashionable.

Nov 5, 2015

If your GF is in the wedding, then you get to sit at a table with potentially strangers, just get really drunk, and you won't care what you're wearing.. won't care who you're sitting with either!

Aside, just a random thought, if the groomsman are having the same color ties as you would, which I assume they would be close, and charcoal tuxes, then I wouldn't worry about matching since you don't want to be mistaken for one. Agreed with person above saying don't have to match but don't want to look off with pictures. If wearing the same tie, with different color shirt, and suit I wouldn't think matching the tie to your GFs dress is a problem.

Nov 5, 2015

hhhhmmmm its better to be unique.
Dress something that stands out to the crowd :)

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