Stylish power couple David and Victoria Beckham turned heads at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's A-list nuptials.
But Becks made more of a statement than Posh — his fashion designer wife — when dressing for the elegant affair.
The former football star's suit held a special significance as it was the first official design seen publicly from new Dior Homme artistic director, Kim Jones.
And Victoria's mid-length navy frock, however, raised eyebrows for the wrong reasons.
A statement from Dior to News Corp Australia described Becks' ensemble in depth as "a Dior Homme charcoal grey super 130's wool twill morning coat and pants".
The French luxury house went on to say, in detail, that Beckham's outfit also included a "light grey super 150's wool twill double-breasted waistcoat, a white 200/2 Egyptian cotton poplin shirt, a grey silk satin tie, a grey silk satin pocket square and derbies in black calfskin leather".
It gained the seal of approval from style bible Vogue, which described Beckham's suit as "dapper" and "modern".
The three-piece suit also showed off Beckham's extensive hand and neck tatts, and was teamed with a neat pocket square and gold chain attached to a button on his vest.
British designer Jones — the former head of Louis Vuitton — will show his first collection for Dior Homme at Paris men's fashion week next month.
noted that Beckham's suit signalled a departure from the usual Dior Homme look, suggesting Becks' suit and tie "didn't look like Dior Homme — at least as we've seen it in recent years".
While Becks' outfit went down well on social media seeing him labelled the best dressed bloke out of all the guests, Posh's didn't fare so well.
She was slammed for her "miserable" facial expressions as well as her choice of familiar-looking frock.
Victoria wore a navy dress from her own self-titled clothing label, Victoria Beckham, but some style commentators criticised it for being too similar to the one she wore to Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding in 2011.
Posh's name had been mentioned in a string of rumours speculating who would design Meghan Markle's wedding dress and after-party outfit.
Givenchy, of course, ended up creating the newly-named Duchess of Sussex's wedding gown, while Stella McCartney designed a custom evening dress for the reception.