Ease into softened tailoring and lighter fabrics.
Moss - slim fit navy matt linen jacket


Words: C. Saramowicz


As the days get longer and the sun starts gracing us with its presence, it’s time to dig out the wedding invitations and get outfit planning. Whether you’re heading abroad or celebrating closer to home, you’ll want a destination wedding suit worth showing off.

Due to the balmier temperatures, your outfit needs to be well thought out so you’re not left sweating profusely through your shirt. Your standard wool or tweed suit won’t work here – instead, lighter fabrics and softer constructions are the way to go. Take a look below to see our picks for this year’s warm weather weddings.


Moss - slimt fit taupe matt linen double breasted suit

Taupe matte linen suit

Linen suits should be your go-to when it comes to destination weddings. Lightweight, breathable and moisture-wicking, it’s a no brainer for an outfit you’ll be wearing most of the day. Our taupe matte linen suit is cut to a slim fit that sharpens your silhouette while still allowing room to breathe. In a classic neutral tone, it’s the perfect base for building a look based on the dress code. If there isn’t one, keep it classic by pairing with a non-iron Oxford shirt and matching taupe tie, or liven it up by layering over a patterned or denim shirt.


Slim fit camel flannel suit

Light camel suit

Light tones like camel and sand work really well for warmer weddings, especially if it’s an outdoor celebration. Cut to a slim fit with added stretch for ease of movement, our light camel suit will keep you comfortable well into the evening, when you can remove the double-breasted jacket and party on in your shirt (tie optional). Pair with a lightweight shoe such as our Lewisham loafer, and hold the socks for a beachy feel.


Moss - slim fit navy matt linen suit

Navy matte linen suit

Let’s go back to linen, the go-to fabric for any warm-weather wedding. This time, it comes in a deep navy tone, which works particularly well for a city wedding, or one hosted in an overseas manor house. With a single breasted closure, it also comes with a matching waistcoat, so you can dress up or down depending on the formality of the event.

If it’s a laid back affair, pair with an open collared shirt and hold the tie for a relaxed look. If you’re off to a formal dinner, however, add a cotton linen blend striped shirt (for extra breathability) and a light knitted tie.


Moss - tailored fit oatmeal linen suit

Oatmeal linen suit

If you’re after a bit of texture, this oatmeal linen suit features a classic cross hatch pattern, adding a subtle bit of character. Cut to a tailored fit, it’s slightly looser than a slim fit (adding an extra level of ease) but will still have you looking put together and ready for a full day’s worth of celebrations. It’s also crafted from a 100% linen, keeping you cool and dry all day long.

Wear it open with the matching waistcoat and a tonal tie, adding a light blue shirt for a bit of contrast.

Looking for some more ideas for this year’s weddings? Our spring wedding guide has some great warm-weather pieces to wear for your next destination wedding.