What’s the Best Tuxedo Choice for a Wedding

Choosing what a groom’s party should wear can be a bit of a Grand Canyon for some. It tends to be the first time some husbands-to-be have to engage in wedding apparel. For some, the bride takes over and dictates the look she wants to have for the wedding; this is not that uncommon, believe it or not. For others, however, they may already have an idea based previous experience and they themselves begin in a groom’s party for someone else’s wedding. Whichever the case, it helps to have lots of resources from which to get ideas, choose as well as easily rent too, especially when everyone involved might be in different geographic locations prior to the wedding.

Variations of Groomsmen Tuxedos and Brands

The standard look for the best wedding tuxedo might at first be a black tie style, but in reality there are lots of different choices to work with for a wedding party. They can include everything from very old-fashioned, conservative Stroller tuxedos with coat and tails to more conventional styles that could easily double for a tuxedo set worn to a fine dinner party or premium cocktail evening event. The key factors are, everyone should have the same look that emphasizes focus and attention on the bride, getting a hold of the tuxedos for fitting and sizing should be doable no matter where anyone is, and the suits should be photographic quality in terms of care and condition.

What to wear and how the suits should look was very restricted for many years. A grey wedding suit, black tuxedos and similar were the standard. No real color choices or anything outside monochrome looks were allowed or selected for decades. However, nowadays, there’s a lot more creativity possible (some might argue too much depending on tastes), and it has given wedding parties more choices to work with as well. Now, it’s quite possible for a groom’s party work with mixed looks, different fabrics for seasons, like a colored jacket and black pants, or a mono-color suit but a different color vest and bow tie and similar options. There are also tuxedo choices that border on semi-formal wear versus full fine attire appearances, easily allowing a party to have a more relaxed look (which probably works better for weddings on a beach versus inside a church, for example). 

Back Up Choices With Availability

The key to being able to be flexible with groomsmen tuxedos is to also choose a resource where they can be obtained, fitted, procured and returned easily. This works when a groom has selected a tuxedo provider with the ability to reach all the parties involved and take care of them timely. This was a big challenge years ago when tuxedo providers only worked out of brick and mortar addresses (physical addresses). However, today, tuxedo providers can easily work via the Internet, ship quickly, managing fitting, replace and allow returns via shipping as well. With the shipping logistics taken care of, groomsmen can have quality brands in Florida, California, Oregon and Arizona, and all still attend a wedding in Hawaii with synced outfits that look great for the event.

So, the best factor to choose for groomsmen is not so much the brand. That’s a given. It’s really about choosing a good tuxedo provider who can support logistical needs extremely well.