The Groom's Wedding Detail

The flowers.

The centerpieces.

That large, flat piece of wood with gold inlayed calligraphy that artfully tells people where to sit.

With so many different details to consider when planning a wedding, naturally there are a list of things that are rated high priority and things that are rated low priority. 

Sometimes there are things you don't realize are high priority until you wish you gave it a little bit more time! 

Although I haven't had the experience of wearing a tux or custom tailored suit, I can say for sure that wearing an outfit that fits me to a T instantly elevates me from the inside out. I feel luxurious. I feel fancy. My posture naturally straightens and I hold my head a little higher. 

I think a groom's outfit should make him feel the same way. After all, it's your wedding day - wouldn't you want to feel like royalty? ;) 

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Whether you're going for the classic look or forgoing a tie or bowtie for a more casual look, a well made suit that fits you perfectly in the shoulders, rests at just the right place on the wrist, and hits the top of your shoe will make you look like a million bucks. Guaranteed to make your guests say "Looking sharp!"

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With all the available (and affordable! especially compared to the price of wedding dresses!) options out there, I say invest in this small detail of the day for yourself. 

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To start, try checking out the suit and tuxedo rentals at The Black Tux- they even have an entire guide on groom styling and wedding tips.