The Best Formal Suits Added by Wedding Stories

The Sims 4 My Wedding Stories Pack is a mixed bag, with some of its features notoriously glitchy, but if there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s the new outfit rule. While there’s never been a shortage of formal dresses for your sims to strut around in, suits are another story. Fortunately, My Wedding Stories has you covered.

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With a ton of new options to choose from, it’s easier than ever to get your sims ready for their big wedding day (or just get them excited). From a three-piece suit to an intricately embroidered sherwani, My Wedding Stories gives you precisely what you need to make your sims look amazing when they say their “I do”. Or when they leave their poor fiancé at the altar. It’s up to you.

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ten Back to basics: the waistcoat

Many of the new outfits from My Wedding Stories are more casual than formal, and this vest and tie combo is no exception. There’s nothing particularly memorable about it, though. It is a basic look, better suited to the evening wear category than evening wear.

You have so many better, brighter and more exciting options than this. No Sim wants to go to their own wedding just to watch Okay.

9 Maybe trendy, maybe not: turtleneck and jacket

This particular costume seems to be more of an honor sim look than one you would naturally pick to dress up your soon-to-be-married sim. He has a turtleneck, which not everyone can do, including sims. Although you can choose it for the more casual events of your wedding planning, it feels uncomfortable and excessive.

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The fit of the jacket looks loose on every sim and isn’t exactly flattering. While there are fun two-tone versions of this costume, that can’t save how weirdly boxy the top is. A decent choice, but definitely not for the sim at the altar. Maybe leave this one to your guests.


8 Grandfather’s favourite: suspenders and the bow tie

Your sim will forego a jacket entirely for this outfit, opting instead for suspenders and a bow tie to accentuate his crisp shirt. If there’s one word to describe this outfit as a whole, that word is “cute.”

Casual and less formal, this look is great for engagements, rehearsal dinners, or even bachelor parties if you want your sim to feel classy while they party with their friends. Or for trying to start the next big indie rock band. Your call.

seven Where We’re Going We Don’t Need Shirts: Open Blazer

Sometimes you just want to drop everything. This suit is as close as it gets in My Wedding Stories. It’s probably not the most appropriate look for the groom at a wedding considering the very open chest, but who cares at weddings when you have a bachelor party play in ?

The suit jacket’s deep V-neck gives it a very casual and airy feel, perfect for low-key gatherings or a more bohemian vibe for your wedding ceremony. So if you, or your sim, are ready to push the boundaries of fashion on the big day, this jacket is the perfect option for a beach wedding.

6 Here to stay: the trouser suit

Not all Wedding Stories costumes are in the menswear section. Your brides-to-be can also skip dress shopping and opt for a clean-cut suit instead. They will look as fabulous as their partner when they walk down the aisle.

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With a button up, blouse underneath, and pocket accent color, this costume is perfect for a sim who doesn’t rock dresses or jumpsuits. It also looks much more comfortable than almost any other formal wear, regardless of gender. With the right balance of fun and formal, this costume is a real winner for you and your sim.

5 Nothing but the classics: the three-piece suit

A Western classic, the three-piece’s strength comes from its ability to pair perfectly with whatever your sim’s partner wears. Available in different colors, it does not limit your options or your potential dramatic talent. It’s a wedding, after all – you should have some drama to liven things up.

Anyone can look great in a three-piece suit, and your Sims are no exception. Besides, what says “fancy” as perfectly as a flattering cardigan? Pin a flower to your lapel and you’ve got a timeless look. But don’t worry, your sim probably won’t outperform their partner. Most likely.

4 Good steps: the Kurta

The Sims 4 team has made great strides in the name of inclusion and visibility of all types, and the addition of the kurta, a traditional garment worn primarily by Islamic cultures, is another step in that direction. . Its inclusion promotes visibility and multiculturalism and makes the world of The Sims, as fantastic as it is, more real.

With many shades to choose from and a great silhouette to boot, the kurta is a beautiful and versatile addition to The Sims 4 formal wear collection.

3 A bit of tradition: Qun Kwa and Cheongsam

It took a surprisingly long time for The Sims to include Chinese formal wear, especially after the inclusion of the yukata and kimono in the Snowy Escape expansion pack. Fortunately, the Sims team delivered the Qun Kwa and the Cheongsam, which look about as luxurious and silky as a sim garment.

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Even though all sims are basically the same height, both of these outfits have a lengthening effect, making your sim taller. Like all of your other formal wear choices, there are several swatches to choose from and you can decide which color best suits your sim’s needs, though the classic, vibrant reds are very hard to beat.


2 Relax: jacket and tie

Although you have the option of keeping the jacket muted and more in keeping with a traditional wedding, why would you? This jacket allows you to play with many colors and patterns, transforming the standard blazer and tie combo and making it unique and fun. After all, who doesn’t want to get married in a floral print suit? Your sim will thank you for making them stand out in a sea of ​​solid black and blue.

Technically a different outfit, but if you want to do a mini-story to show how your sim’s wedding is going, there’s also the option of a version of this look without the jacket, replaced with an undone tie. Perfect for when things get a little rowdy after too much toast.


1 Celebration: the Sherwanis

The Indian Sherwani is the pinnacle of good pretend wear, even outside of My Wedding Stories. The Sims team clearly put a lot of thought and effort into getting every detail right, from the delicate embroidery to the jewelry on the turbans. The default sherwani color in Create-A-Sim is an eye-catching bright red, though that doesn’t mean the other variations aren’t as gorgeous.

There are three variations of the entire outfit to choose from, two with different turban styles and one without; regardless, they all look fantastic. Regardless of gameplay issues or My Wedding Stories glitches, the addition of the sherwani and what it means for the future of inclusivity in The Sims as a series is well worth it.

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