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We Should Acknowledge Brooklyn Beckham’s Dior Suit As The Benchmark For Men’s Wedding Suits

Who would have thought a Beckham would set a new benchmark for men?

When it comes to fashion and style, few families collectively are as stylish as each other. The Beckhams and the Kardashians are the two most would place at the top of the list. Brooklyn Beckham gave us another reason why his family is at the top of that list.

Brooklyn Beckham married Nicola Peltz at a lavish ceremony, while Kim Jones enjoyed embedding his look in the men’s style history books. The grand ceremony in Miami’s famous Palm Beach cost a monstrous 3.5 million pounds. The twenty-seven-year-old Peltz wore a custom Valentino couture gown designed by Zendaya’s go-to designer, Pierpaolo Piccioli, which took over a year and countless trips to Rome to create. In true Beckham fashion, a close friend was happy to ensure his nuptial attire would not disappoint. Brooklyn Beckham went to French maison Dior, and family friend Kim Jones, for assistance.

Jones and Dior constructed an intelligent, custom black wool peak lapel tailcoat for Beckham’s wedding, which was cut to perfection and finished with a silver chain at the front. It arrived with matching, straight-cut trousers and a white cotton wing-tip collar shirt with plastron piqué and high-shine jewellery buttons. 

Jones outfitted Beckham with a white bow tie and pocket square as far as accessories are concerned. The finishing product to any suit lies on one’s feet, where the 23-year old wore black polished leather derbies, which were stamped underfoot with Dior branding. There’s no doubt that Beckham set a new standard for celebrity wedding attire; while we may not have access to Kim Jones, we do have access to style cues set by the great man. Should you be tying the knot, look no further for inspiration.

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