I am a man and I have roughly 10 months to prepare for my wedding (including raising the funds etc... My fiance is caught up in her affairs associated with the wedding. Now I do have a pretty good sense of fashion when it comes to 'dress to impress' when required. However, I'm not familiar with specific clothing lines. I HATE the traditional Tux idea.
I understand most of you reading will not respond, and that is alright. I appreciate you reading either way.
I have my wedding outfit figured out and according to my ethnicity it is important for me to wear my culture's outfit during the ceremony. HOWEVER! I do not associate myself with my culture. In fact I despise my culture. Anyway, I have no problem tailoring my own personal culture's outfit for the ceremony in accordance with my culture, make it suave etc.. However, I do not wish to wear that for the rest of the night. After the ceremony, at the reception, I want to feel more comfortable. So I wish to (without my fiance's knowledge) change my outfit so I am not wearing my culture's wedding.
I have always attempted to describe what I think I wish to mature my style of clothing to others and have always had difficulty describing it to people. First was Niles from the tv show Frasier, but he didn't quite cut it. He had a nerdy quality to it (suspenders etc..) and I did not like that.
Here's where I need a person with fashion sense, and designer product. There is a very VERY specific style I am going for post-ceremony. Sophisticated, suave, dapper, NOT pimp. um...think Prince at the 2004 George Harrison induction. I feel his style is EXACTLY what I'm talking about...here:
I really like this outfit, but obviously If I can't find those specific designers (I know it's probably custom made but SOMEONE did it) that would be very helpful. If that shirt, coat style, etc... has specific names attached (half trench coat?), I would greatly appreciate help from all of you. Note that the coat/suitjacket is longer on his right side, and normal on his left side) I've tried hunting this down and to no avail.
Again, more examples of the style. But I'm thinking the above is perfect.
This is the traditional outfit I must wear for ceremony:
Is there anyone out there willing to help a man put together his reception outfit? I have nothing to offer you except complete appreciation for this unselfish act of your kindness.
Thank you for your time and consideration.