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Groom's wear buy or hire: Bespoke tailoring

Groom's wear buy or hire: Bespoke tailoring

Bespoke tailoring
There are still bespoke services available from tailors offering individually cut styles to reflect the appreciation of a beautifully-crafted piece of clothing. Discerning groom and groomsmen are able to be visited in your homes or office, by trained measurers, who will help you to choose the cloth and style. Around six weeks later, the suit tailored to your specification will be ready for you to try on, with any alterations having been completed and the finished garment delivered a few days later.


Suit hire

If a bespoke suit is a little over your budget, many department stores situated around the UK provide men's hire services. Their range of suits and accessories are extensive, such as herringbone suits and tailcoats, lounge suits, frockcoats, dinner suits and Scottish kilts. Co-ordinating shirts, such as classic wing collar and dress shirts, are available in adult and children's sizes, with silk ties, cravats, and bow ties completing the look. Waistcoats have always been a stylish way of expressing individuality, and were particularly important at a time when the main part of the suit lacked inspiration. As the choice of designs of waistcoats has increased considerably, they continue to be a mainstay of the groom/groomsmen's outfit and may be bought or hired in a variety of fabrics and shades off the peg. Bespoke, personally commissioned waistcoats are still popular, embroidered with names or designs representing the couple and their personalities. Cufflinks, braces, shoes, a cane, white scarf and gloves, tie pins and even a fob watch are among the finishing touches available.

Asian wear

Britain hosts a huge number of Asian weddings every year and menswear companies have recognized the need for Asian wear to be readily available to clients. Traditional Asian designs include a three-piece full or three-quarter length sherwani khuta outfit with matching pyjama in black, cream or red, with the kbussa (shoes) and chuni (scarves) completing the look.

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