Boy's Formal Waistcoats
Get him suited and booted for the occasion with boy's formal waistcoats. Get one that matches his suit or mix and match with fun colours and styles.
Some boys, especially younger ones, don't feel comfortable in a suit jacket so putting him in a waistcoat alone is a great alternative. The waistcoat and shirt can keep him looking smart without him needing to wear a jacket. For those who do wear a jacket, they can stay looking smart in the evenings or at any point where they want a little freedom without their jacket on.
If he can wear a jacket, then wearing a waistcoat and a jacket together is the ultimate smart or formal look for your handsome little chap. If he wants his outfit to look a little more fun then choose him a colourful waistcoat to wear under his more demure suit.
Dinners or Parties
For a normal dress-up occasion that isn't black tie, stick to single-breasted waistcoats for your boy. Choose traditional colours such as navy or grey, or if he prefers something bolder maybe try a green. If it's not a black tie dress code, then he doesn't necessarily have to wear a tie either, especially with the waistcoat to smarten his outfit. If he doesn't want to wear a tie then a scooped waistcoat or U-shaped neckline is the best choice.
For weddings and any other occasion, get him styled up in a three-piece suit with a tie. For occasion wear, there is a little more flexibility on what sort of waistcoat to choose for him, from neck shape to the lapels or no lapels debate.
You can choose single or double-breasted buttons depending on what look you prefer with his suit. Lighter weight fabrics will give the waistcoat a closer fit, making him look smarter.