Crane Brothers: What to wear to a wedding

Image by Danelle Bohane – Real wedding Sarah + Harry (Harry wears Crane Brothers)

Even the most well-versed fashion aficionados can feel stumped when wedding season arrives with locations ranging from city cocktail parties and beach gatherings to traditional church ceremonies.  We have enlisted the help of Crane Brothers to help guide us through the mysteries of wedding dress codes.

Crane Brothers, the leading men’s New Zealand atelier has been dressing grooms, groomsmen and guests since 1999. Whether it’s the formality of a smart tuxedo or the relaxed elegance of a garden party – there’s no greater team to guide you through the process. See the Crane Brothers wedding inspiration gallery here.

With wedding season approaching, we recommend heading over to the Crane Brothers website where Digital and Brand Manager, Ben Saint George, has broken down the most common wedding dress codes: black tie, formal, cocktail, smart and casual. It is all laid out clearly with examples of each dress code. You can link to the article here.

From how to avoid common faux pas to whether or not a church ceremony really requires a tie, the New Zealand label has left no question unanswered.  

What’s more, we’ve teamed up with Crane Brothers, the leading menswear brand to offer you a further 10% discount site-wide. Select from blazers, pea coats, trousers, shirts, merino and much more.

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And what’s more, Crane Brothers are running their annual clearance at the moment. Stock is very limited so consider this a reminder to pick up some exceptional pieces while you can. To redeem the discount, which can also be applied to clearance pieces, simply head over to the Crane Brothers website via this link and your additional 10% discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Image By Anna Kidman of Sam + Elle (Sam wear Crane Brothers)

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