Put a structured finish on a smart-casual tailored look with this Maison Martin Margiela pindot suit jacket. The elegantly peaked shoulders and broad lapels highlight the fine tailoring, while the lightweight cotton fabric and patch pockets provide a casual stance.



MAL s.r.l., wedding and formal suit manufacturer for an unforgivable wedding also for the bride and bridegroom taste.

The collection includes tuxedo (dinner jacket) and morning suit which gives, a made in Italy suit, a touch of charme, recognizable also after the marriage.



This brown leather Comme des Garçons wallet is embossed with a clover pattern throughout to bring an air of downtown cool to your accessories collection. Made with soft, fine grain leather, this piece is designed to look better with use.


Kees Van Beers 2012 Collection

The morning tail coat is no doubt the only choice for classic wedding attire and at Groom we bring you the very best in cloth, quality and cut. This look can be brought up to date with matching waistcoats to create a three piece ensemble. Grey or black tails are sure to tick all the boxes for fashionable wedding attire.



Contrast the textured grenadine weave of this silk Lanvin bow tie with the satin lapels of a black tuxedo jacket for an unbeatable evening look.


Rocky Moles and Radiosa Uomo 2012 Colection

With three collections for brides (Radiosa, Celeste, Pierre Cardin), two for grooms (Rocky Moles and Radiosa Uomo) and one for guests (Pierre Cardin Ceremony) Radiosa has managed to conquer little by little a notorious and prestigious clientele, that has given them an international status.

The company has achieved ambitious goals such as being present in almost all European countries and all over the world (from America to Australia, from Japan to Russia).  

Radiosa has currently over 500 customers in Italy and worldwide, 5 shops and 10 franchises.  


Pimp your cube: $1200 just for you!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Contest Factory for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.


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