Things to know about buying page boy suits

If you are in the market for page boy suits, there are a few things it’s prudent for you to learn about before you go throwing you money around. This type of formal outfit is something very special that you might not have time to correct if you get something wrong – and since you’re buying an outfit for someone else you have even more considerations on your plate.

Luckily, finding the ideal page boy suit doesn’t need to be a nightmare if you follow some basic rules. The following will discuss some points you should try and remember when searching for page boy suits.

1.     Comfort is everything!

When you’re given the responsibility of picking a formal outfit for a child, their comfort needs to be the top priority for you. It doesn’t matter how good they look in the outfit – they will have a bad time and potentially cause an embarrassing delay on the big day that defeats the point of having him involved at all.

Think about what you know about their comfort and fussiness about clothing, either from your own experience or talk to the parents if it isn’t your own child. Some kids can feel claustrophobic in clothes that are too tight or weighed down by something overly-elaborate.

If he is used to running around in loose, casual clothing then trying to get him to be fully relaxed in any kind of page boy suit is going to take some practise. Always make sure you get them to try on the outfit multiple times and practise standing, sitting and walking around in it to ensure they have comfortable freedom of movement.

2.     Think about the cut

Of course, page boy suits come in as many different variations and style as their adult counterparts, and certain cuts are more formal than others. For example, a tuxedo might be all you need, on the other hand the wedding might be very classical and use a lot of embroidery that you may want reflected in the outfit you choose.

Again, the cut of the page boy suit you choose is also going to have an affect on the child’s comfort as something that’s overly elaborate could be hard for them to move inside of. Also, the more frills and accessories there are the more room there is for something to go missing, be damaged by the child or cause some other kind of hiccup.

3.     Match with the wedding theme

An important element of choosing page boy suits is selecting one that fits nicely with the aesthetic theme of the wedding. There are many different kinds of outfits that suit different colour combinations and whether or not the ceremony is taking place indoors or outdoors.

Talk to the marrying couple and make sure you are involved where you need to be so that you don’t miss any important information. Communication is key when it comes to planning a wedding and this is no different when it comes to the page boy suit.

There you have it, 3 things you need to keep in mind when you’re out on the hunt of the ideal page boy suit. Above all, the most important thing is that you are able to find something affordable that the child will be able to perform their duty in comfortably in while also being able to enjoy the rest of the day.

Mike Smith
Mike Smith
Executive Editor at Best in Australia. Mike has spent over a decade covering news related to business leaders and entrepreneurs around Australia and across the world. You can contact Mike here.
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