Suits That Suit Them
William Crane, 43, lives in Park Slope and is the regional manager at F.S.C. Barber and Supply.
William’s style veers toward “classic Americana.” He often wears a T-shirt, jeans, and one of his “favorite machinist’s shirts from F.S.C.,” he says. “And a pair of comfortable boots.” His wedding is this summer in the Catskills.
“I am definitely not a tux kind of guy. This suit has a very rock-and-roll-meets-mod feel that pepped me up.”
The tie clip:
“I’m loving this Lego tie clip. It’s so unusual.”
“I’m glad I found a hanky to match the tie. The pink is so cool.”
Handmade military-seam back and Victorian single-vent tuxedo in kid mohair with square-shawl-collar suit and blue stitching, $2,659; penny-collar shirt in Japanese cotton, $288; signature tie, silk-print base with mesh-gauze overlay, $145; Lego tie clip, $25; Bench Made shoes with embossed calf skin and crocodile skin, $550; Reed hat with vintage-1970s details, $358; signature White Chalk pocket square, $80, all at White Chalk, 240 Mulberry St., nr. Prince St.; 212-226-6544.
From the Summer 2013 New York Wedding Guide