Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, a sixpence in your shoe...but how about a brand new suit? Times are changing and many brides are swapping out their princess dresses for a refined suit. From Solange Knowles's wedding day jumpsuit to Emrata's two-piece Zara ensemble, there are plenty of options for a chic power wedding suit.
Not only will a suit get more wears than a gown long after the big day, but you'll also be able to comfortably walk down the aisle and dance the night away without feeling inhibited by a massive tulle skirt or corset top. Below, our favorite pantsuits for brides to wear on their wedding day.
Make an easy transition from the wedding aisle to the dance floor in an effortless yet sophisticated satin wrap jumpsuit.
Michael Lo Sordo's designs are the perfect fit for the modern bride. A cinched waist will give a chic touch to this boy blazer with silk-satin lapels.
These Michael Lo Sordo silk pants are designed to give the bride's legs an elongated appearance. Pair this style with the belted boy blazer for a relaxed free-flowing 'fit.
For a sensual touch, go for a v-neck option. This sleek lapel-less version of a double breasted blazer will pair nicely with a cropped pant for a spring or summer wedding.
A high-waisted cropped pant looks A+ with a sandal heel.
Jacquemus is known for it's beautifully cut designs. Any modern bride-to-be will be sure to turn heads in this understated double-breasted and lightly cinched blazer.
For added flare, pair the blazer above with these matching exaggerated wide-leg pants.
Lastly, a chic and sophisticated look that's inspired by the grooms ensemble. You can never go wrong with a well tailored three-piece suit.
This story appears in the February 2020 issue of Marie Claire.