Once You Get to “Yes,” Get a Custom Men’s Wedding Suit
From the moment she said “yes!” and the ring touched her finger, you’ve been preparing for your big day.
And, a rental just won’t cut it.
Whether you’ve chosen to go formal with a tux or more informal with a custom men’s wedding suit, Savile Row’s expertise in custom clothing can help you find the right look that will make you proud to stand next to her (and her proud to have you there).
Whether a custom wedding tuxedo or suit, you get to choose the lining, jacket style, lapel style, pockets, inner pockets, buttonholes, and more. Get expertly fitted for superior comfort. Add a personally-styled tuxedo shirt or custom formal shirt to complete your look. Polish it all off with formal accessories, including neckwear and bow ties, vests and cummerbunds, stud and cufflink sets, flower boutonnieres, pocket silks, braces and hosiery.
While there’s a lot to worry about when it comes to planning a wedding, looking great won’t be one of them when you work with Savile Row Custom Clothiers of St. Louis.
Give Groomsmen the Gift of Custom
Guys are hard to buy for. And, some might say, even harder to please.
You won’t be having any of those problems if you give custom groomsmen gifts from Savile Row. You want to splurge… custom tuxedos or custom suits will be a memory for a lifetime. Or, maybe it’s a gift certificate for a custom sport coat or three custom shirts.
The reality is you can’t go wrong when “custom” is part of the gift’s name.
Don’t want to go that crazy? Savile Row carries a wide range of accessories that you won’t find in your typical department store. And, there’s always the opportunity to personalize gifts with their initials.
No question your big day will be memorable for everyone there, but make it special for those special friends.
“The suit is perfect. Having only bought suits off the rack previously, I’ve always wanted to buy a custom tailored suit. I’m glad I picked Savile Row. Thanks again for your attention to detail and making sure the suit was just what I was looking for.”