Whether you're renting your tuxedo or buying a suit your style is just as important. Your well on your way through the wedding planning phase. Now that you've gathered your men it's time to dress them. Don't wait to the last minute to start researching your ideal look, to reserve your look, or make sure your party stay on track with ordering their attire.
Styling you tux by body type and physique
Short & Slim
Please stay away from a double breasted anything, the style will make you look like your suit is swallowing you whole.
Short & Broad
Single breasted coats are your best friend to appear a little more slimming
Tall & Muscular
A shawl collar will give you an appearance of being a little more rounded and softer look. Helpful hint: Black is slimming
Thin and Thin
You tuxedo god any suit will look good on you.
Want to add personality to your attire, add them here: the tie, add a bow tie, the pocket square, your shoes, and of course your cuff links
Your tuxedo style doesn't just depend on your body type and physique, the venue, the season, the theme, the bride's dress are all important factors that play a part in the tuxedo you purchase or rent.
The pros and cons of renting your tuxedo
Renting a tux will cost about 10 to 30% of the price of a new tux
The cost of buying a tux will run about $300 - $500 or more
If you need a different look for another occasion you will not be stuck with the same style
If you a go to more than 3 to 4 formal events a year owning your tux may be more cost effective
With the right measurements and right cut a rental suit will fit perfectly
Buying a tux, your tux is created tailored to your specific measurements fitting you like a glove