Page Boy Suits & Outfits

Smarten the little gentlemen up for the wedding day with our page boy outfits. Choose delightfully dapper suit sets complete with blazers, trousers, and waistcoats, as well as crisp cotton shirts and patterned ties. They will find our boy’s outfit to boost their confidence and leave them feeling special in a classic black tuxedo or suits in lightweight wool that are stylish for spring and summer.

choose the boys’ page boy suits. Whether your special day is traditional or modern, at home or away, you’ll find the perfect outfits here. Discover buster suits, black-tie tuxedos, lounge suits, and more smart designs, expertly crafted in the finest Wool fabrics including lightweight linen, and velvet. You are sure to find a color, print, and finish to complement every wedding theme . . .

HOW TO DRESS A PAGE BOY

PREPARE FOR THE LITTLE GUY TO STEAL THE SHOW

There’s nothing like a page boy to charm your wedding guests and steal the limelight. Page boys originated in medieval times as young servants to noblemen, but they’re now only really a feature of weddings – and mostly for the cute appeal.

A page boy’s role in a traditional wedding is to carry the bride’s train as she walks down the aisle, but mostly all that’s asked of them is to look the part and be a delight. Most kids find it pretty easy.

The trickier part is dressing a page boy to look smart, coordinate with the wedding party, and feel comfortable. Here’s how it’s done.

WHAT DOES A PAGE BOY WEAR?

A page boy’s suit is usually the same or similar as the groomsmen’s but smaller. Luckily, we’ve made the most stylish men’s styles available to buy for little ones. Tailored to suit his proportions but in a cut that mimics the smart lines of the grown-ups’ styles, they make it easy for you to get the oldest to youngest styled in sync. After something more formal? He’ll look particularly adorable in our tuxedo suit set.

If he’s close to the groom, you could put them in a similar outfit while giving the groomsmen a contrasting waistcoat – that way, he’ll look like the guest of honor.

CHOOSING A COMFORTABLE PAGE BOY OUTFIT

A grumpy page boy is never ideal, so it’s worth taking extra effort to make sure he feels comfortable on the day. Our boys’ suits are cut to give him plenty of room for running around and tearing up the dancefloor. We offer advice on the phone for the measuring to make sure it fits beautifully.

An extra tip would be to opt for a suit with a high percentage of wool as the natural fiber encourages airflow to keep him cool. These suits are generally pretty good at avoiding creases too, which is a real perk when it comes to the photos.

If it’s really hot or he’s not a fan of wearing a suit, you could just put him in the trousers and waistcoat. He’ll still look smart as the waistcoat will keep his shirt in place. 

And don’t worry about him growing out of his suit before the day arrives. You only need to get him fitted six weeks in advance, and you can always do a re-sizing nearer the time if you think he’s grown.

HOW TO STYLE A PAGE BOY 

Most people tend to style their page boy just as they’ve styled their groomsmen and wearing a velvet bow tie or patterned ties makes this possible. On the flip side, if you want to give him a gift to say thank you, a tie you’ve bought him to wear on the day works well.

DRESSING A YOUNG WEDDING GUEST

If you’re attending a wedding with a youngster, you don’t want to cause a stir by upstaging anyone at the wedding party. Choose a children’s suit for a wedding, ideally in a darker shade that won’t show up any stains after he’s rolled around in the grass or spilled a drink. Take your cues from the invitation as to the color scheme of the day and go for a different shade so he doesn’t look like the page boy.

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PREPARE FOR THE LITTLE GUY TO STEAL THE SHOW There’s nothing like a page boy to charm your wedding guests and steal the limelight. Page boys originated in medieval times as young servants to noblemen, but they’re now only really a feature of weddings – and mostly for the cute appeal. A page boy’s role in a traditional wedding is to carry the bride’s train as she walks down the aisle, but mostly all that’s asked of them is to look the part and be a delight. Most kids find it pretty easy. The trickier part is dressing a page boy to look smart, coordinate with the wedding party, and feel comfortable. Here’s how it’s done. WHAT DOES A PAGE BOY WEAR? A page boy’s suit is usually the same or similar as the groomsmen’s but smaller. Luckily, we’ve made the most stylish men’s styles available to buy for little ones. Tailored to suit his proportions but in a cut that mimics the smart lines of the grown-ups’ styles, they make it easy for you to get the oldest to youngest styled in sync. After something more formal? He’ll look particularly adorable in our tuxedo suit set. If he’s close to the groom, you could put them in a similar outfit while giving the groomsmen a contrasting waistcoat – that way, he’ll look like the guest of honor. CHOOSING A COMFORTABLE PAGE BOY OUTFIT A grumpy page boy is never ideal, so it’s worth taking extra effort to make sure he feels comfortable on the day. Our boys’ suits are cut to give him plenty of room for running around and tearing up the dancefloor. We offer advice on the phone for the measuring to make sure it fits beautifully. An extra tip would be to opt for a suit with a high percentage of wool as the natural fiber encourages airflow to keep him cool. These suits are generally pretty good at avoiding creases too, which is a real perk when it comes to the photos. If it’s really hot or he’s not a fan of wearing a suit, you could just put him in the trousers and waistcoat. He’ll still look smart as the waistcoat will keep his shirt in place.  And don’t worry about him growing out of his suit before the day arrives. You only need to get him fitted six weeks in advance, and you can always do a re-sizing nearer the time if you think he’s grown. HOW TO STYLE A PAGE BOY  Most people tend to style their page boy just as they’ve styled their groomsmen and wearing a velvet bow tie or patterned ties makes this possible. On the flip side, if you want to give him a gift to say thank you, a tie you’ve bought him to wear on the day works well. DRESSING A YOUNG WEDDING GUEST If you’re attending a wedding with a youngster, you don’t want to cause a stir by upstaging anyone at the wedding party. Choose a children’s suit for a wedding, ideally in a darker shade that won’t show up any stains after he’s rolled around in the grass or spilled a drink. Take your cues from the invitation as to the color scheme of the day and go for a different shade so he doesn’t look like the page boy.