Why buy a bespoke suit?

Why buy a Bespoke Wedding suit?

Buying a bespoke wedding suit should be seen as an investment. It can be designed to be worn again either at work or other special occasions. The most important reason is firstly, that it will fit you perfectly; no one is a perfect size 10! Your arms may be a bit longer or your neck a little thicker than others.
Other reasons are that the cloth, lining and trims can be chosen to perfectly compliment the wedding gown and other elements of your wedding day and you could embroider a special message inside or anywhere on the suit as a surprise for your guests or your soon to be wife!

Grooms are often at the bottom of the list.
There is no doubt that when it comes to weddings the groom and his pals tend to feature fairly far down the wedding planners things to-do list. A recent survey carried out suggests that over three quarters of couples only start thinking about the grooms suits less than 6 months before the wedding and 35% just 3 months before! Grooms are often at the bottom of the list. It is thought that couples sometimes just assume “it’s just a suit”, that as long as it’s smart, what does it matter? That there is no real difference between renting a morning coat to having one made, or certainly not one worth the additional cost. For many this may be the case, and that’s absolutely fine. How soon should the groom start thinking about the suit? About a good 9 months before your wedding and book your appointments at least 6 months before the big day.

There seems to be two distinct customers when it comes to wedding suits but one thing unites them all. Those that wish to wear traditional morning coats and those that want to wear a traditional suit. The former usually attend a few events each year where morning coats are worn, it therefore makes sense to buy one rather than hire one. The vast majority now-a-days are looking for a traditional suit that looks perfect for the wedding but that they can also where afterwards. Two different needs but with one thing that unites them…they all see the bespoke wedding suit as an investment not just a costly tick in a box.

Unlike the wedding dress, the grooms wedding suit can and should be worn again!