Slim fit suits make you look like a young, crisp gentleman. These are funeral appropriate, as long as they are kept simple and in shades like black, grey, navy blue etc.
↓ 23 – Grey Suit
A grey suit can be a replacement for your conventional black one. Grey is a muted tone, not driving everyone’s attention towards you. Pair it with a white or a light-toned shirt.
↓ 22 – Navy Blue Suit
Navy blue is a good option, in case you do not feel like wearing a black suit. Blue gives a calm vibe, which is really important for an event like a funeral. Navy blue goes well with white or blue shirts and khaki or brown colored shoes. Here are 20 Ways to Wear Blue Suits with Brown Shoe Ideas for Men.
↓ 21 – Charcoal Suit
A charcoal color is something between grey and black. A charcoal suit goes well with a pair of polished black shoes. Do not wear any flashy colored ties, as it is a funeral that you are attending.
↓ 20 – Ties
Ties can make or break your entire look. Be careful in choosing your ties. In any other occasion, ties are a pop of color, but in case of funerals, we are looking for the opposite. Your tie does not have to be so bright that it puts the sun to competition. Go with a neutral or basic color or something with a faded tone. Plain, back slim ties are the best option, but it depends from suit to suit. You can also ditch the conventional tie and replace it with a bowtie.
↓ 19 – Dress Shoes
Everyone should have one pair of formal shoe in their collection, like a Derby or an Oxford shoe. It would be a bummer that you’re suited perfectly but when that glance goes down, your choice of footwear is a pair of tennis shoes.
↓ 18 – Loafers
Totally versatile, extremely comfortable and tremendously classy. Loafers can go with your favorite ripped jeans as well as your crisp slim-fit suit. The best part? You do not have to worry about socks either. Here are 30 Ideas How To Wear Loafers Shoes.
↓ 17 – Polo Shirts
Polo shirts are T-shirts with a collar. These are semi-casual but can be pulled off on a funeral, too. Just try to go for a dark colored shirt. Moreover, make sure there are no stickers of flashy logos on them.
↓ 16 – Belts
Belts add a collected look to your outfit. For funerals, go with basic leather belts. They should not have huge logo buckles on them. If you want to show your money off, a funeral is definitely not the place.
↓ 15 – Tuck-in Shirts
Tuck in your shirts inside your pant, for formality. If the shirt is hanging out carelessly, it shows an informal and nonchalant behavior.
↓ 14 – Blazer
In case you do not have a suit, then a blazer can do the job. Keep one handy for unexpected events. They look formal, yet are easy to carry.
↓ 13 – Vest
You can replace your regular blazer with a vest if you want that extra fit.
↓ 12 – Cardigans or Sweaters
A cardigan is the best way to kill the breeze. Sweatshirts and hoodies, on the other hand, might not work for a funeral. They look too comfortable and the last thing you want on a funeral. Cardigans keep you warm while giving a sharp look.
↓ 11 – Hats
Though hats are not trending, everything is not about fashion. Hats will always be a classy accessory, giving you that elite look. So if you feel like your inner AlPAcino is coming to life then hats are the first step.
↓ 10 – Patterned Suits
Again, do not go crazy here. Small checks or plaid will do. Go with tonal patterns—i.e. charcoal on light gray, medium blue on navy—which are naturally more understated. Small, understated patterns look sophisticated and dressy. Larger prints are more casual, and not as accommodating to pattern newbies. Keep it simple and subtle, and you’ll be in great shape.
↓ 9 – Double Breasted Suits
Double Breasted jackets are more formal and less seen at funerals. You might only want to wear it if it is part of the dress code. Otherwise, there’s a slight chance that you will look like a banker from the ’20s. Here are 25 Ideas on How to Wear Double-Breasted Suits for Men.
↓ 8 – Casual Attire
Relax, it only means ditching the suit. In no way is that equal to looking like you just woke up. You are still required to dress up. A button-down shirt with trousers or a polo shirt seems appropriate.
↓ 7 – Black Shalwar Kameez
In the eastern culture, shalwar kameez is the most suitable attire to wear to a funeral. Hardly anyone is seen fully suited and booted.
↓ 6 – Kurta
Colored kurta with a white shalwar can also work in a South Asian funeral, like in Pakistan or India. But the color should be either dark or in off-white tones. Bright colors like orange, pink, parrot green just won’t do.
↓ 5 – White Shalwar Kameez
Plain, white Shalwar Kameez is the most popular outfit in Muslim funeral. Though, there is a lot of relaxation for other colors, too.
↓ 4 – Pocket Squares
A plain white handkerchief in a square fold is perfectly fine. You’re more than likely to end up using it, or giving it to someone else near you. Just remember no colors, no shin silks, and no fancy folds. Here are 30 Best Charcoal Grey Suits with Black Shoes For Men.
↓ 3 – Pantsuit
Pantsuit, in case you do not want to wear a jacket. Though, this option isn’t suitable for specifically formal funerals.
↓ 2 – What to Wear to a Funeral in Winters
Winters are times for coats and mufflers.
↓ 1 – Slack Pants
Slacks are parts of certain materials which are not part of a suit. But, you can pair them with a good blazer to make a complete formal attire.