Cinderella, mermaid and trumpet gowns are stunning and all, but more and more brides are opting for a less traditional way to walk down the aisle: Enter wedding suits. These cool, unconventional alternatives not only turn heads, but they’re also certainly more comfortable (especially on the dance floor). For the most part, wedding suits also cost a lot less without compromising the wow factor. So, we’ve compiled a list of 21 wedding suits for women that you can rock on your big day.
21 Wedding Suits for Women That Will Make You Think Twice About a Gown
What to look for in a wedding suit
Before we jump into the good stuff, it’s important to take note of some things you should keep an eye out for when looking for a wedding suit. While the final ensemble will, of course, depend on what the wearer is on the market for, most bridal suits consist of a blazer, paired with pants, shorts or a skirt. They also come in an array of colors—from your standard white, to crème and other neutrals. And just because it’s a suit doesn’t automatically mean tailored fits. Wedding suits can be loose-fitting and flowy too.
1. Zimmerman Tuxedo Jacket And Bermuda Shorts
If Kristen Stewart can rock shorts to the Oscars, you can certainly pull up to your wedding in a set of tailored Bermuda shorts. Because to hell with tradition, are we right? Pair the tailored shorts with its corresponding wool and silk crop tuxedo jacket for a completely upscale wedding look.
Buy the jacket ($1,350); Buy the shorts ($650)
2. michael Kors Collection Wide Collar Blazer And Samantha Mid-rise Seamed Pants
Simple yet striking, the white on this number will ensure that everyone knows whose special day it is. The double-breasted blazer features a wide notch collar, long sleeves with button cuffs as well as waist flap pockets. The crisp mid-rise suit pants have a traditional flat front design, side slit pockets and belt loops—just in case you want to add a pop of color with a cool belt.
Buy the blazer ($2,150); Buy the pants ($890)
3. bardot Tuck Sleeve Linen Blazer And Pin Tuck Pant
Ditch the shoes, add a Painkiller, and we can see this breezy get-up at a rehearsal dinner on the beach of St. Croix. The pants are made with a lightweight linen fabric and feature side slant pockets and a zip fly with hook and bar closure. The blazer is also made with lightweight linen and features a front single button closure and lightly padded shoulders. Easy, breezy.
Buy the blazer ($129); Buy the pants ($99)
4. giorgio Armani Main Palm Print Gauze Blazer And Gauze Shorts
It’s a tailored suit…but it’s shorts. It’s long-sleeved….but it’s gauzy and relaxed. It’s off-white…but it’s subtly rocking palm fronds. This blazer and shorts combo is covering all the bases—it’s high-low Florida at its finest. For the bride who can’t choose between the best of ALL worlds, we got you.
Buy the blazer ($3,495); Buy the shorts ($1,295)
5. david's Bridal Collection Relaxed Fit Suit Jacket And Satin Waistband Fitted Suit Pants
The magic of this look lies in the smart detailing, like the classy satin waistband on the pants to ensure your look is still elegant even when you throw off the blazer as soon as the DJ breaks out the Cupid Shuffle.
Buy the blazer ($230); Buy the pants ($120)
6. y.a.s Bridal Satin Blazer And Pants Set
Nothing like an oversized blazer and wide-leg, to remind us that comfy can be sexy as hell (especially in our post-pandemic outlooks). The sleek blazer features notched lapels, padded shoulders and side pockets, while the pants have folded pocket details, a relaxed fit and belt loops in case you want to jazz up the look.
Buy the blazer ($111); Buy the pants ($76)
7. zara Double Breasted Long Blazer And Menswear Style Pants
Another option to keep you nice and comfy yet chic AF as you celebrate, is this twosome featuring a fitted jacket with a lapel collar and a double breasted closure with embossed buttons. The pants are your classic wide leg, with front pockets and back false welt pockets. But our favorite part? The modern take on 1980s-inspired shoulder pads.
Buy the blazer ($90); Buy the pants ($50)
8. reformation Kinsale Set
Whether you want to get creative with your poses (squat pose FTW!), or tear it up on the dance floor, this wedding suit certainly won’t hold you back. The loose-fitting ensemble features a drapey blazer with center front buttons and front pockets. It’s paired with an unlined, wide-leg pant to offer breathability (just in case that dance floor gets too hot).
9. flounce London Cropped Blazer And Mini Skirt Set
The category here is legs. For the ladies who want to show off their gams and a little bit of midriff, this set from Flounce London is the way to go. The cropped blazer is double-breasted and offers single-button closure and the mini-skirt is high-rise, with a side sip closure and front slit for an added touch of sexy.
Buy the blazer ($74); Buy the skirt ($42)
10. victoria Beckham Single-breasted Patch Pocket Blazer And Relaxed Tailored Trousers
For people who don’t need the bells and whistles, this Victoria Beckham offering proves that less is more—especially when it’s tailored to a T. The button closures and large front patch pockets add a wee-bit of tonal contrast to the monochromatic look and the pants enhance the straight silhouette for a truly effortless look.
Buy the blazer ($1,250); Buy the trousers ($690)
11. asos Design Premium Sequin Suit
Who ever said a power suit couldn’t have sex appeal? We love the idea of a bride rocking this slinky sequin number for the nuptials and then swapping the undershirt for a bralette for the after party. Ya know, so Gammy doesn’t faint.
Buy the blazer ($100; $75); Buy the pants ($64; $51)
12. zara Inverted Lapel Long Blazer And Matching Pants
This ultra-chic, tailored number is for the minimalist dressers out there. The fitted blazer comes with inverted lapels and long sleeves with shoulder pads, front welt pockets and a front closure with a metal hook. The crisp high-waisted pants come with a tonal lined belt, front pockets and back false welt pockets.
Buy the blazer ($70); Buy the pants ($50)
13. mango Textured Cotton Vest And Straight Textured Pants
The gals who want to show off their guns will want to opt for this ensemble featuring a cotton and linen oversized vest. And while the cropped pants certainly give it an added edge, they are totally optional since the vest goes a little past your knees.
Buy the vest ($130); Buy the pants ($100)
14. iro Nejla Pleated Long-sleeve Tapered Jumpsuit
OK, so this isn’t a suit in the same way the rest of the picks on this list are, but we couldn’t resist. Between the structured button-down bodice and tapered, full length legs, this jumpsuit is as viable a candidate as any other pairing on this list if you ask us.
Buy the jumpsuit ($550)
15. nasty Gal Double Breasted Oversized Mini Blazer Dress
For those who want to suit up in a blazer dress that doesn’t break the bank—because let’s face it, you’re going to be doling out wads of cash—this oversized blazer from Nasty Gal will do the trick. You can pair it with a pair of posh heels, some flats and even sneakers and still look polished.
Buy the blazer ($100; $50)
16. mango Oversized Overshirt With Pockets And Flared Leggings
Associating the word “leggings” with “wedding” sounds like a horrific faux pas waiting to happen, but it’s 2022, and casual is king. Plus, let’s face it: This outfit is chic. This Mango look comes with all the comfort we love about leggings—such as an elastic waist and relaxed fit—yet the long silhouette and flared legs make them elegant. The overshirt offers the same laid-back feel, with it’s the shirt-style collar and heavy structure.
Buy the shirt ($80; $56); Buy the leggings ($60; $40)
17. h&m Cut-out Blazer And Ankle-length Pants
Pulling up in a suit is a statement on its own, but why not have the tongues really wagging with an outfit that looks as though it’s fresh off a designer runway? Accented with deep cut-out sections at the waist and back, this edgy blazer is sure to have all eyes on you.
Buy the blazer ($199); Buy the pants ($35)
18. lulus Wondrous Love White Lace Cropped Jacket And High Waisted Pants
The people will be expecting to see a lot of lace, so why not give them what they want? These romantic lace pants are entirely lined with luxe satin and feature a high-rise fit (with a hidden zipper fly and clasp) and tailored pant legs. The romantic jacket has an open-front design, padded shoulders and long sheer sleeves. Both pieces are ornamented by intricate lace detailing, making it the ideal wedding suit.
Buy the jacket ($64; $55); Buy the pants ($68; $55)
19. mango Buttons Leather Overshirt And Seams Leather Skirt
Proving that conservative doesn’t mean boring, and leather doesn’t mean gaudy is this stylish skirt and shirt combo that’s certainly understated yet fashionable. Between the trendy oversized silhouette and beige neutral, you’ll definitely be nice and comfy, no question about it.
Buy the overshirt ($300); Buy the skirt ($300)
20. tom Ford Fluid Suiting Jacket And Tuxedo Pants
If you’re the bride, you’re the reason for the celebration, which means you want to pull out all the stops. This classic piece from Tom Ford assures that even though minimalism is the name of the game, a quality suit is still a priority. The peak lapels and front welt pockets make the blazer ultra-chic; same with the notched back and cropped ankle on the pants. P.S. The upside of spending big is that your clothes have a better chance of standing the test of time. So, think of this Tom Ford splurge as a family heirloom (that you can also wear again!).
Buy the jacket ($4,250); Buy the pants ($1,380)
21. 4th & Reckless Alma Tie-waist Blazer And Ankle-tie Trouser Pants
This ‘fit is all about chic sophistication. The pants feature a high-banded waist, tapered legs and tying details at the ankles for a unique finish. While the blazer has a collared neckline, padded shoulders, a tailored bodice and a tie-front closure. Trés chic.
Buy the blazer ($75); Buy the trousers ($50)