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Toddler Silver Suit
You might have noticed that silver suits have been trending in menswear for quite some time now. Celebrities are loving the style and we are getting to watch them strutting down the red carpets and runways while shimmering in the style. All that aside most of us would never even imagined of trying out that style for ourselves since we have conditioned ourselves for the subtle styles like navy suits and such. But this isn’t the case with the children since they have the curiosity and unimaginable level of confidence intact. Thus we suggest you to try including the toddler silver suit in your child’s wardrobe since it might be the only time he/she gets to wear it.
When we talk about silver suits most people would immediately imagine the most garish shade of silver they can possibly know of. But when it comes to actual toddler suits there are a lot of choices for you to choose from. Put some actual time to research about the available styles and then make your choice. For example there are subtle shades of silver if you are starting out with the style first and there are also shades that would guarantee the attention for your child.
Before going into the choosing and styling of the boys toddler silver suit we want to answer the question that would have been nagging you from the start of the article. Where would I let the child wear a silver suit? This is a plausible question since children do not attend as many events as we do. But there will be events where you have to attend as families like a wedding or a gathering. You can even let the child rock the suit style for the holidays like Christmas and Easter. Your child might look like a little package of gift in the toddler shiny silver suits making the event more exciting.
The nature of the event determines whether the silver suit would be appropriate for it or not. For example if it is a church wedding and there is a black tie dress code mentioned then it is an absolute no for the toddler silver colour suits. It would be best to avoid the suit for any event that you consider to be formal. But recently there have been a dramatic rise in the semi formal and casual weddings especially with outdoor venues. These are the ones that would give you the break to try out the toddler silver wedding attire for your child.
Also the splendor of the silver suits would be lost if you are going to style it for the events that happen in the morning. Toddler silver dress suits look the best when they are under artificial lights and thus we would suggest you to go for the evening events. Another suggestion that we would like to put forward is to choose the combining garments and accessories carefully so that they complement the silver suit well. Too flashy accessories would fight for the attention with the silver suit and make the outfit look messy.
As we have mentioned before there are various styles of silver suits available in the market. Finding the right style required patience and time. You can search for toddler silver suits online since there are a lot of collections there worth exploring. Choose something that impresses you and also one that stays within your budget. Full silver suits are too flashy even for the children unless you are attending a costume event. Thus it would be best if you choose the two tone silver suits like the black silver suits or the white and silver tuxedo looks.
If you are still going to go with the full silver suit look then we would suggest you to go with black combining garments instead of white. White pairs well with silver but the impact of the outfit will be reduced a great deal. Black on the other hand enhances the toddler black suit and makes it look even more awesome. Toddler silver formal suit paired with a black dress shirt and a black pocket square would be a cool look for your child. Complete the look simply with a pair of black leather loafers.
If you are dressing for the summer event then we would suggest you to go with the most subtle shade of silver suits. Make sure that you go with the lightweight styles so that the children stay comfortable while wearing it. For example a light shade of toddler silver cotton suit paired with a white cotton shirt would be a perfect outfit for the summer events. You can just add a pair of white low top sneakers to make the outfit easier and comfortable.
If your child has a role to play in the wedding like being the ring bearer or the flower boy then you will have to dress up your child more. In that case we would recommend you to try going with the toddler silver tail tuxedo since it would deliver a cool look Especially for the ring bearer. Other than this you can also try going with the toddler 3 piece silver suits.
But if you do not want to go with the whole suit but want to style it as separates then there are much more options for you to try. Toddler silver suit jackets can be paired with simple combining garments to achieve a dressed up look. You can also add patterns to the silver suit Jacket to the look to be more interesting. For example a toddler silver tuxedo jacket with floral patterns on it can be paired with a black tuxedo shirt and a pair of black tuxedo pants. For a more casual and trendy look you can style the toddler silver blazer with black lapel with a silk black dress shirt and a pair of black skinny jeans. This outfit can be finished off with a pair of black leather boots.