A Toast to Wedding Attire
Apr 5, 2023
Wherever love takes you this summer—a beach wedding or black-tie affair—Fashion Island‘s guide to wedding attire is perfectly timed with your RSVP. So, let’s raise a glass to true romance with this edit of unforgettable style.
BHLDN at Anthropologie & Co.
Anthropologie’s in-house bridal brand, BHLDN, recently launched a 12-piece collection of gowns and separates available in sizes 0 to 26W and all priced under $3,000. Think corset detailing, frothy tulle and delicate pearl beading.
For generations, GARYS has helped grooms find their big day’s head-to-toe attire. They are the perfect backdrop to savor brands like Atelier Munro and Canali that are modernizing made-to-measure suits and tuxedos.
This made-to-measure suit maker has a reputation for adaptability and approachability. Dress yourself in their go-to Hemsworth Grey Suit for a daytime wedding or plunge into the season’s trendiest patterns and hues, windowpane and creamy lilac, in the evening.
There’s something enviable about Australian men’s style and Joe Bananas captures it perfectly. With limited-edition handcrafted menswear, including their Non-Crush Linen available in a multitude of colors, Joe Bananas is stocked with ready-to-wear items and prepped for special orders.
From modern-minded to fairytale-fit and black-tie to bohemian, Neiman Marcus is brimming with an exclusive lineup of designers like Oscar de la Renta and Tom Ford. Plus, elevate your look with your personal aesthetic featuring fine jewelry from Yurman to high-impact shoes from Louboutin.
This affordable Italian-style suit maker offers a diverse range of tuxedo styles and colors: single-breasted and double-breasted in this season’s contrasting shades of supple beige or “Washington” white. Plan accordingly as custom suits take two to three weeks after the initial fitting.