How long before the wedding should the groom get his suit?
One Month Before: Order the Groom Suit
At least one month before your event, you’ll want to order your outfit, leaving your groomsmen time to complete the simple process (The Black Tux will help them along the way and keep you in the loop).
When should you order suits for wedding?
Ideally, ordering your suit 4-6 months out is what we recommend. This gives the groom and the wedding party plenty of time to get their suits, try them on, and get any necessary in-person alterations made.
Does the bride help pick out tuxedo?
“The bride should be with the groom to select his tuxedo style and groomsmen styles. Unless of course, the tuxedo will be a surprise for the bride. In that case, the groom should include someone with whom he values their opinion.”
Do I wear a tuxedo to a wedding?
Yes. If you’re a groom or in the wedding party, you’ll definitely need to wear a tuxedo to a wedding that’s designated black tie. If you’re a guest, you should also wear a tuxedo. However, if the dress code is black tie optional, you also have the option of wearing a dark-colored suit in lieu of a full tux.
How much is a groom suit?
In the mid-range, a groom can buy a nice suit for between $300 and $800. And, on the high end, it costs about $800 to $1,500 and up to purchase a quality designer wool or linen tuxedo or suit. The average groom’s tuxedo or suit cost is $197, according to the Bridal Association of America .
What is the best color suit for a wedding?
The most appropriate suit colors for a formal wedding include charcoal grey, black, and midnight blue. A good rule of thumb, a dark suit is always the safest choice. If you’re looking to add a bit of personality to your formal suit, consider your accessories.
Is it cheaper to buy or rent a suit?
Simply put – as a one-time outlay of cash, renting is the more economical option hands down. The average price of a tux/suit rental usually comes in around $150-$185. … Between buying a suit off the rack with alterations, you won’t come out paying too much more than the rental – and then you own it!