The 7 Best Websites for Wedding Suits and Tuxedos



Courtesy of SuitSupply  

Suitsupply is a direct-to-consumer retailer that prides itself on its “experiential focus and radically personal service,” Jeremy Crume, the GM for North America, tells Brides. With an assortment of impeccably polished tuxedos and suits, customers have options: they can choose from pre-styled looks or create a one-of-a-kind tux by using a custom-made online interface. to choose from suits, shirts, jackets, trousers, waistcoats, tuxedo shirts, tuxedo Jackets, tuxedo trousers, and tuxedo waistcoats to individualize their look. 

“The layer we added this past year is the virtual shopping interface,” Crume says, which is complimentary to all shoppers. “This is essentially a URL where the customer and the expert can both experience the website at the same time with the ability to both control browsing,” Crume explains. “They also have the option to turn the video on and see each other in pop-up screens.” Experts can guide customers through all of the brand’s options and advise on size, fit, style, fabric, lining, trims, buttons, and other details. “If someone wants to see a fabric in more detail rather than the image online, we can have a fabric sample mailed to your home,” Crume adds.

For shoppers that are already familiar with their size and have experience wearing suits, they can order their preferred tuxedo look on the brand’s site and have it shipped to their home. There’s a ready-to-wear tuxedo package including a tuxedo, Egyptian cotton tuxedo shirt, tuxedo shoes (choose from black patent leather lace-ups or black velvet slippers!), and a silk bow tie for $799—an excellent option for grooms, groomsman, and wedding guests. “We do recommend that the customer schedule a private fitting appointment at a store with their expert to make sure there aren’t any additional alterations needed to ensure a perfect fit,” Crume says. Alternations are an included service with custom orders, and once you’re a Suitsupply customer, your measurements and alteration history is saved.  

“Customers love the virtual environment because you can explore a full range of items quickly without walking through a store,” Crume says. “On the other hand, you are limited in the physicality of using one of our experts to help guide any alterations needed to help you in finding that perfect fit.”