Not every Scottish groom wants to wear a kilt. A suit will always be a strong sartorial choice, and thanks to Walker Slater, you can don one that celebrates your heritage and looks incredibly dapper.
Walker Slater is the indisputable champion of tweed tailoring, you see, fashioning slick suits from the world-famous Harris Tweed that’s been handwoven by islanders in the Outer Hebrides. We’ve never seen a groom in a Walker Slater suit who looked anything short of amazing, and if you enter this competition you could be scoring some serious style points on your wedding day.
Up for grabs is the ‘William’ suit, a three-piece crafted from brown lambswool tweed and featuring a subtle plum and orange windowpane check. With a palette that mirrors our country’s rugged landscapes, it’ll fit right in at any Scottish venue and lend itself well to all themes – just match your tie or bowtie to the wedding colours. And trust us when we say that it suits everyone, regardless of age, colouring or size.
In addition to being flattering, it’s a versatile outfit that can be worn time and time again after your wedding either as a full ensemble or by mixing and matching the individual garments with your day-to-day wardrobe.
Love the look of Walker Slater, but have your heart set on creating a bespoke groomswear outfit that’s customised to your exact needs?
#You’ll be pleased to know that the company offers a comprehensive made-to-measure service in its Edinburgh and Glasgow stores. Grooms can choose from over 10,000 premium fabrics – from Scottish tweed to Italian cashmere and Irish linen – and will have a say in every aspect of the outfit, from the cut of the jacket to the thread colour of the buttonholes.
If your budget won’t stretch to bespoke, though, there are plenty of ways to personalise an off-the-peg outfit such as the ‘William’ suit. Walker Slater stocks an array of accessories, from bow ties and braces to cufflinks and watch chains.
WIN THE THREE-PIECE ‘WILLIAM’ SUIT IN BROWN PLUM WINDOWPANE LAMBSWOOL TWEED FROM WALKER SLATER
HOW TO ENTER
To be in with a chance of winning this prize, enter by Friday 3rd April 2020 correctly answering the following question: