Thanks ladies! I love totally love it, and so does he . I can't wait to see him on the day of
@veryvalentine @Wafflesmom he got it at Harry Rosen. He spent quite a bit of money on it, but he said that when he tried it on he stopped feeling bad about the cost because it just looked so nice! It's funny because I started out like "Your suit cannot be as much as my dress" but the more I thought about it, I will use that dress once (twice for me because of the reception in Argentina), so it's easier to justify spending good money on the suit. I got a really good deal on my dress and I was really underbudget, so we used the rest of that money towards his suit .
It looks very similar to the Armani suit he tried on the first day with the plus being that it was much, much cheaper
Some info on made to measure suits
For those considering going the made to measure route, which I think is worth it if your guy likes to wear suits, I totally recommend this place. There are two made to measure processes, one in which you pick a suit to start with, then they take your measurements and so they make that suit, in your fabric of choice with your measurements from the get go (rather than having to alter everything later, which sometimes some things cannot be altered). The other way is to make a suit from scratch, which of course is a lot more expensive. We picked the first one and we're super happy we did .
The costs really depend on the fabric you pick. There were some around $800, which isn't so bad depending on what you want. You can find very nice suits off the rack for $800, but you just can't compare them with the made to measure fit. It honestly fits like a glove. They have the suit ready in about two weeks and when it comes in they do final alterations (for free), such as hemming the pants and other minor things. For example, we found out Juan has a longer arm haha but when they make the suit they make both sleeves of equal length and then they alter that once it comes in.