Your wedding is your chance for you to look better than you ever have before, and the way you look on the day of your wedding is a look that will follow you for the rest of your natural life, so you should absolutely put as much effort into the way you look on the day of your wedding as possible. However, if you're anything like most other men, you aren't super savvy on how to dress to impress--no offense. So, if most men don't even know the first thing about fashion for their every day or business wear, then how can they be expected to know where to even begin when it comes to finding a place to rent their wedding tuxedo from? Luckily for you, with this following guide, you will learn everything you need to know about finding the tux rental service that best suits you (no pun intended), and so you can look like a million bucks on your wedding day, while paying a fraction of the cost.
Begin your search by asking around to friends and family members who have rented a tuxedo in recent history--not even necessarily for a wedding, but for any purpose such as prom, a corporate banquet, indeed any formal function. Once you have started that list, check around the phone books and do a local internet search for tuxedo rental services in your area. Check their website for testimonials and photos of their past work, and also check to see if they have any unique styles that stand out to you, and that you like. Once you have established a budget and have ruled out some of the more expensive (and suspiciously low-priced) shops, then you can start making appointments.
Before heading to your first appointment, you need to do a little bit more research into the look that you want to have on the day of your wedding. You should ask your partner what kind of style they'll be going for so you can give the tuxedo rental service staff an idea of how to give you both complementing style. You could even so much as have your partner show the staff (and not you) an image of what they'll be wearing so the staff can have a good idea of the style you should be going with in order to complement your partner's outfit. It is a good idea to have a general idea of what you want to look like so you aren't walking into the shop with no ideas at all.
It is incredibly important to get your tuxedo tailored so that it can look its best on you. The last thing you want is to walk down the aisle with your sleeves cutting off at your forearms, or with your pants so long that it looks like you're a little kid again. That would be an absolute disaster.Back to Wedding Guide