Suits for a Destination Wedding

Choosing a warm-weather locale to say "I do"? Have him suit up in one of these island-friendly looks.

White Heat

Crisp and cool (both literally and figuratively), white linen defines island wedding suit chic. This threebutton jacket is made from a linen/viscose blend, so it’s wrinkle-resistant, too. Worn with a no-iron light-blue dress shirt and summery seersucker trousers, it’s the epitome of unruffled elegance. Linen jacket by Wilke-Rodriguez. Shirt by Pronto Uomo. Tie by Thomas Pink. Pants by Vineyard Vines. Belt by Men’s Wearhouse. Loafers by Sandro Moscoloni.

Blue Crush

Instead of a traditional black tuxedo jacket, opt for a formal coat in navy—it’s classically chic (making the wedding suit suitable for the occasion) but slightly more relaxed. To complement the carefree vibe, pair it with khaki-colored trousers. A polka-dot tie adds a cheerful dose of whimsy. Formal coat and trousers by After Six. Tie by John Galanté for After Six. Shirt by Joseph Abboud Black Tie. Loafers by Sandro Moscoloni.

Natural Selection

A tuxedo fabricated from a lighter-weight material is always destination-wedding suit appropriate, especially when it’s done up in a neutral hue. This sand-colored formal suit has a linen-like finish, making it right at home in the tropics. A sea-foam green tie decorated with whales adds some local color. Suit by After Six. Shirt by Bello Uomo. Tie by Vineyard Vines. Boutonnieres, this story, by Today’s Flowers.