Opposuits Make Wacky Suits for Men & Women… and Their Christmas Range is Here!

One of the most exciting parts of getting engaged (for me anyway!) was finally being able to look at wedding dresses and think about what I might wear. Call me shallow if you like, but the day after our engagement I was on the Internet browsing wedding dress websites at work!

Now this might be a cliché, but I don’t think it’s really the same for the boys. That’s not to say they don’t care about what they’re going to get married in – in fact I think most men care very much – but even in 2018 it is really difficult to find anything remotely unique, quirky or fun for them out on their bodies. I mean, sure, he can pick a snazzy tie, go for a coloured shirt or suit or ditch tradition entirely and wear whatever he feels fabulous in, but for the most part, the options for men are still pretty limited.

But not any more! Enter: Opposuits. They’re revolutionising the suit industry with their colourful, patterned, wacky and in some instances, darn right weird suits and I for one am here for it! Making suits for men, women and kids, they have something for everyone. From full leopard print, a tropical flamingo print, comic books, a Harry Potter inspired set and even suits covered entirely in skulls – they have to be seen to be believed!

With Christmas right around the corner they’ve just released their festive collection too which is more festive than sitting in front of a log fire and watching Home Alone on repeat while eating mince pies! Did you know December 14th is Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day (where people up and down the country don a festive jumper and donate to charity)? Well, if you’re the kind of person that likes to go all out why not stun everyone and rock a full-on Christmas suit instead!?

So, if you or your fiancé have been desperately searching for something stand out and unique for yourselves or your bridal party to wear, or you just want to be the most festive EVER come December, then look no further than Opposuits! Plus, with a suit costing between £50 and £65 each, they won’t break the bank either.

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