Black pure wool (extra satin) Morning suit combined with striped trouser (half-etiquette). Double-breasted waistcoat with mother of pearl buttons, silk jacquard tie with cashmere handkerchief and white extra satin cotton shirt special gala (non-iron) with classic collar and double cuff.
The Morning Suit is the equivalent of White Tie before 6 P.M. Coats are black or grey with single button at the waist and cut away to broad tail at back. This style is typically accompanied by a wing-collared dress shirt, ascot, and striped trousers, but can be made less formal by pairing with a tie.
Wool plaid morning suit, by J.B. Johnstone, British, 1894. Morning suits were originally adopted in the early-19th C. and gained popularity near the end of the century for morning and daytime business activities in addition to riding (later used for daytime formal occasions). They consisted of either a matching ensemble (a single-breasted cutaway coat, vest and trousers), or a black single-breasted cutaway coat paired with striped trousers and a complementary vest.
For the Grooms wear, Sarah and Craig were impressed by the quality and price that Mr Savile of Brentwood had to offer. Sarah spotted the groomswear company at a wedding fayre and decided that this was the best place to hire the outfits for the day.Craig wore a dark grey morning suit with a silver waistcoat whilst the rest of the groom’s party wore ivory waistcoats. All men wore Cadbury purple cravat and handkerchiefs; sticking to the wedding’s colour theme of lilac, silver and ivory.