Once upon a time, it was impossible to find a well-tailored suit for your wedding. Amazingly, we now live in a world where finding a wedding suit is not only possible, but a ridiculously good-looking reality. The brand making all of our tomboy dreams come true is Wildfang, which you may know from a collaboration with Evan Rachel Wood or from your closet, which may feature a top-notch piece or two from this brand by now.
Luckily for you, Wildfang is here to help you live Happily Ever After in the wedding suit of your dreams. Their new magnificently queer wedding collection is called “Suited For Each Other.” The Creative Director of Wildfang, Taralyn Thuot, says that the summer suiting collection is designed “with the badass, break-from-the-tradition bride in mind. We wanted to serve up ready-to-wear styles for women looking to rock a suit on their wedding day. In the Suited for Each Other Lookbook, we offer a peek into how baller you and your fiancé can look getting hitched.”
Two suits are featured in the Lookbook, including the “new Ryder Double Breasted black blazer paired with the Poitier pant and the white Hawn blazer matched with our white Kennedy Shorts.” The looks offer a contemporary black and white contrast to the traditional white dress. With this new line, Wildfang offers “a new classic for badass babes.”
Wildfang is giving away two suits to people who are already lucky enough to have someone to marry! What are you waiting for? To enter this giveaway and make your wedding day especially trendy, enter your name and email into the widget below, which will remain open until this Friday, June 10. Winners will be announced on Monday, June 13.
I was so excited to check out this websit, but was incredibly disappointed m that the models aren’t more diverse in body type.
I love the unique spin on dapper style. I’ve never seen slim women rocking a suit before.
I agree – I’ve visited Wildfang (and other dapper clothing sites) before and am always disappointed that the clothing seems to be for slim and naturally smaller chested or binding individuals.
Would love to see more button up shirts made for both larger people and those who have lotsa boobs.
Are there any location-based restrictions on entering?
If by “wedding” what I actually mean is “wearing a fancy suit for a re-commitment-to-being-your-forever-home ceremony with my dog”, am I still eligible to win?
HOLLUP – that white/white with shorts situation is amazing and I need it? Don’t tell Mary.
I really so excited to check out this website, but has incredibly disappointed me that the models aren’t more diverse in body type.lovemyfashions wearing a fancy suit forever-