Where Did Your Groom Get His Suit?
Posted 18 January 2015 - 08:36 AM
Posted 18 January 2015 - 09:27 AM
Posted 18 January 2015 - 09:37 AM
Since you're in the US, Men's Warehouse does a "destination wedding" suit that you can travel with. When I checked on it last summer, I think the rental is about $200 (don't remember the exact dollars) but then if you're going for a week, it's half again of the cost to keep it for a week. So many US weddings are only a weekend so I would look into the rate for a Friday to Monday deal. If you compare that with buying, you could offer an either or to the bridal party. The alternative is a shirt and pants only in which case there is Tommy Bahama and Island Weddings that do really nice shirts. I know there are brides here that have found things at Macys. My husband when we got married wore light coloured pants from Kohl's that he really liked. They were very lightweight and the perfect colour, then he did his shirt from Tommy Bahama.
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Posted 18 January 2015 - 12:22 PM
My fiance is not doing a full suit. Just the pants and vest. We got those two pieces at H&M and it cost....wait for it...$25 for BOTH the suit pants and the vest! They were having some crazy sale! I did not plan on spending that little. We just lucked out that what we wanted was seriously discounted. Personally, I wouldn't rent. You can get a nice suit that can be worn again for the same prices as renting.
Posted 18 January 2015 - 03:45 PM
Posted 18 January 2015 - 04:28 PM
Well my fiance wants a Hugo Boss suit. We really shopped around at cheaper places but he just loves the fit at Hugo Boss and I have to agree with him there . After spending so much money on a dress I will never wear again, I really couldn't say no to a suit that he will wear again.
As for the groomsmen, we also don't want to make them spend a lot of money so we're thinking express dress pants in light grey, white shirts and either bow ties or regular ties. Express usually has sales where you get one pair and the other one 50% off so we're thinking of having all the boys go together so they all save some money. They also have a really nice fit and they're easy to dress up or down. They're very versatile so I'm sure the guys will wear them again after the wedding
Posted 20 January 2015 - 08:19 AM
Before he found the Perry Ellis, he was eyeing Studiosuits.com for himself. They will make you a custom suit based on your measurements and there are SO MANY COLORS and fabrics to choose from. He is still thinking of ordering some pieces for the rehearsal dinner.
Posted 20 January 2015 - 11:34 AM
My fiancé bought his a Moore's. He was very happy with the cut of the suit. He paid close to $1000 but he got the jacket, pants, 2 shirts, tie, shoes, and even socks...lol
Kristy and Nathan
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