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12 Tweed Wedding Suits to Rent or Buy

Our favourite tweed wedding suits from the likes of Moss Bros, Burton and Peter Posh. We've included options to shop now or for rent!

Model wearing a sky blue tweed three-piece wedding suit

Tweed is a material that originated in Scotland and Ireland and was traditionally worn by farmers - which is why visions of countryside barn wedding venues most likely come to mind when thinking of a tweed wedding suit. Today, they are an all-year round classic, but because of the thickness of fabric that is typically crafted from dense wool, they are mostly worn at autumn or winter weddings. 

Tweed wedding suits come in a variety of colours, from pale pastels, to rustic browns, and in a mix of weights and weaves including herringbone and checks. A tweed suit for a wedding is an excellent choice, whether you're the one tying the knot or on the guest list, as they are a smart way of staying warm without the need of bulky layers - plus, you'll look stylish while doing so! 

Our edit includes all kinds of men's tweed wedding suits, with breathable options too that mean you can rock your tweed suit well into the warmer months.

If you like the look of these, you're bound to enjoy these rustic wedding suits for relaxed celebrations. 

12 of the Top Tweed Wedding Suits to Shop & Rent 

1. Slim Fit Donegal Tweed Suit - £339, Moss Bros 

Model wearing a grey three-piece tweed wedding suit

Woven with Donegal-style tweed which is distinctive for its flecks of colour, this suit is a fresh take on stone tailoring. It's cut to a slim fit that gives traditional tweed a contemporary edge. Pair with brown shoes and a tonal tie for a neutral look. 

Sizing: 28-52

Pros & Cons: The fabric is only partly wool but this keeps the cost down and you can order a free fabric sample from Moss Bros so you can see and feel the tweed before you commit. 

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2. Tweed Three-Piece Slim Fit Suit - £629, Hawes & Curtis 

Model wearing a dark grey three piece slim wedding suit

A grey tweed wedding suit is a softer alternative to black and the material brings warmth to the otherwise sharp and dapper design. All the finer details have been thought of with this suit, including felt lining under the collar, elegant double vents for movement and buttons cuffs for easy wear. 

Sizing: 30-48

Pros & Cons: This three-piece suit is one of the more expensive picks but it is made from 100% pure lambswool woven in one of Great Britain's' last remaining woollen mills. For this reason, dry clean only. 

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3. Super Skinny Beige Tweed Suit - £195, ASOS 

Model wearing a cream tweed wedding suit

If you're after an affordable wedding suit, you won't find a better deal than what favourite high street brand ASOS has to offer. This beige number is an ideal summer wedding suit as the fabric is light weight and the neutral colourway has us dreaming of balmy warm evenings. 

Sizing: 26-46

Pros & Cons: The super skinny fit is a modern and effortlessly cool look - for more movement size up in the trousers. As with any cream clothing, be cautious around red wine! 

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4. Antique Rogue Slim Fit Tweed Overcheck Suit - £338, Suit Direct

Model wearing a rustic checked wedding suit

If you're looking for something a little different for your wedding day than you would typically wear, this get-up from Suit Direct could be just the ticket. It is inspired by a rock and roll attitude and we adore the hints of blue running through this checked wedding suit. 

Sizing: 30-46

Pros & Cons: If you thought the outside design on this suit was interesting just wait until you open it up. The inner layer boasts a vibrant floral print that takes it up a notch in the style stakes. 

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5. Sawyers & Hendricks Tailored Fit Tweed Suit - £189, Slater Menswear 

Model wearing a light grey three-piece tweed wedding suit

If you thought tweed had to be a purely rustic material, thing again. This versatile and easy to style suit from Slater Menswear caters to the fashion-conscious groom or guest. The tweed is super soft to touch for a comfortable look. 

Sizing: 46-56

Pros & Cons: The double-breasted waistcoat with a six button fastening elevates this suit for an extra special occasion. This suit is sold as complete package but if it doesn't fit quite right, they offer free alternations. 

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6. Slim Fit Herringbone Tweed Three-Piece Suit - £290, Burton London 

Model wearing a brown tweed three-piece wedding suit

A herringbone brown tweed wedding suit nods to traditional tweed tailoring - while this three-piece suit from Burton London retains a sense of formality it still ensures a laidback and effortless feel thanks to the slim fit. 

Sizing: 28-46

Pros & Cons: This tweed wedding suit isn't the most unique design around but if a classic tweed look is what you're after, it ticks that box and more. It's countryside tweed at its finest! 

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7. Tailored Fit Olive Herringbone Tweed Suit - £339, Moss Bros 

Model wearing a herringbone three-piece wedding suit

At first glance you may think this a grey tweed wedding suit but upon further inspection it is actually flecked with olive tones. This suit is crafted with frame-defining tailoring which meets a more casual silhouette giving a relaxed feel around the shoulders and torso. It's a very stylish take on a green tweed wedding suit. 

Sizing: 28-56

Pros & Cons: This is a simplistic approach to tweed tailoring but you can make this suit uniquely your own with the addition of a printed shirt or floral tie. 

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8. Marc Darcy Blue Abbot Tweed Suit - £465, Suit Direct 

Model wearing blue tweed wedding suit with a red tie

This charming tweed suit is ideal for a dapper gentleman - well, what do you expect from a suit named Marc Darcy? It's certainly worth its mid to high range price point as this brand has a reputation for high quality tailoring. 

Sizing: 32-52

Pros & Cons: The deep red checked tweed gives this suit a unique touch. We love the way this model has matched it to a red tie, but you can make less of a statement by keeping accessories understated. 

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9. Slim Fit Navy Check Tweed Three-Piece Suit - £280, Burton London

Model wearing a check tweed three-piece wedding suit

This suit from Burton London combines an unfaltering classic navy three-piece with the rustic texture of tweed. It's great for when you need a style that'll keep you warm yet allow you to breathe and pairs perfectly with a pink tie or wedding buttonhole

Sizing: 28-46

Pros & Cons: A blue tweed wedding suit will fit into all kinds of celebrations and can be worn to post-wedding events too. Add this to your basket quickly to avoid missing out on your size. 

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10. Slim Fit Sage Tweed Suit - £339, Moss Bros

Model wearing a sage green tweed three-piece wedding suit

For a fresh and stylish groom suit idea, look to this number from Moss Bros. The slim fit silhouette is giving it some edge, as is the gorgeous sage colour. Green tweed wedding suits are an increasingly popular choice and we can see why. 

Sizing: 32-54

Pros & Cons: The trousers are cut so that they taper towards the ankle for a flattering finish. Some reviews state to size up if you want a more traditional look. 

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Tweed Wedding Suits to Rent

11. Grafton Grey Tweed Three-Piece Suit - £150, Walters of Oxford

Model wearing a grey tweed three-piece wedding suit

You might not have another occasion to wear a tweed wedding suit other than the big day itself and if that's the case, consider renting instead. The Grafton grey tweed three-piece suit can be hired for just £150! 

Sizing: 28-52

Pros & Cons: Be mindful that four week's notice is required in order to rent this suit, however if it is needed sooner you can enquire for availability. 

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12. Brocton Sky Blue Tweed Suit - £POA, Peter Posh

Model wearing a sky blue tweed three-piece wedding suit

There are so many smart tweed wedding suits to choose from on formal suit hire site Peter Posh but this sky blue suit caught our eye. It's stylish, charming and it even comes in smaller sizing so you can match with your page boys too. 

Sizing: 20-54

Pros & Cons: This suit is made from 100% wool which is a high quality tweed cloth. You can book a visit to their store if you want to try the suit in person. 

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Can You Wear a Tweed Suit to a Wedding?

Tweed suits are definitely appropriate for a wedding but there are a few factors that should be taken into consideration such as the season and formality of the event. If you are attending a wedding in the warmer months, choose a light weight and breathable tweed.

If the celebration is a black-tie event, a tweed suit might not be formal enough but if you are going to a more relaxed affair, it'll be the perfect pick. 

Take a look at our guide to groom suit ideas to see what outfit will work best for your occasion. 

Are Tweed Suits Okay for a Summer Wedding?

The best time of year to wear a tweed suit is during the colder months as this fabric is typically heavier, however that doesn't rule out summer weddings completely. Opt for a lighter colourway (pastel pinks, blues and greens are a popular choice) and choose a breathable fabric. We would also recommend sticking to a two-piece suit to reduce layering. 

If you like the look of these, you're bound to enjoy these rustic wedding suits for relaxed celebrations