When it comes to wedding attire, there are so many options, even for the men. Regardless of what is decided, there is a way to save money that most grooms never consider, and that is to buy versus rent.
Most grooms don’t consider buying their tux, as traditionally it has been a more inconvenient and expensive option. However, today there are so many stores, including on-line stores, that offer some amazing deals. Besides being an affordable option though, there are other reasons why you should consider buying…
One of our wedding pet peeves is that sometimes, a handsome groom or groomsman will be wearing an obviously ill-fitted tuxedo or suit. Guys, look sleek and sharp in your wedding tuxedo or suit, while making sure that you get the most for your money, by reading these tips on men’s attire sizing.
Wedding tuxedo and suit lapels can look the same to the untrained eye. In actuality, there are three main types of lapels, and there’s no need to fret: this blog explains them in detail. Read this blog from my ‘Groom’ section of the Back to Wedding Basics series! And, unfailing in my quest to provide you with affordable options, I’ve given three different tuxedos and suits that fall under each lapel type.
Grooms! As the other half of the engaged couple, you also have wedding planning duties that your future spouse expects you to tend to. One of these responsibilities is handling the attire for your wedding party (and for yourself, of course). Impress your bride-to-be by reading this blog from our basics series, where I cover all of the main aspects of men’s wedding tuxedos and suits. Don’t forget to check out the inexpensive outfits, too!