How to Choose the Groom’s Attire

How to Choose the Groom’s Attire


After the dust has settled on your appointments for bridal buying, you will most likely start considering what your future husband should put on for the wedding. After all, this is his moment in the spotlight as well! Your groom can choose to rent or purchase a tuxedo or suit for the wedding, regardless of whether the dress code is black tie or beach casual. We have compiled a list of helpful hints that should make your decision a little less complicated.

How Much Will it Cost?

The first thing you should consider is what is feasible within your financial constraints. If you are thinking about making a purchase, one question you should ask yourself is how often your future husband will be able to wear his tuxedo or suit after the wedding. If he expects to wear the tux more than once, either as a best man or groomsman in another wedding or to any black-tie event, purchasing a tuxedo might be more cost-effective than renting one. If the look of a suit is more to your fiancé’s liking (or if that is what you see him wearing), it will likely be more practical for you to get a suit for him, especially if he wears a suit to work every day.

If he only plans to wear his wedding-day attire once, renting a suit in Singapore may be a more cost-effective option. Additionally, because the accessories (shirt, shoes, tie, cufflinks, etc.) are frequently included in the package, you will have the opportunity to save money on these items.

What Kind of Clothes Does He Prefer?

The kind of event you are hosting is an additional essential aspect to think about when selecting the dress for the groom in your wedding. Formal or casual? Day or evening? Or should we go with the barn? Consider the groom’s taste in fashion; would he feel at ease in formal wear, or would he feel more confident in something more casual? In addition, which of them will look better with your wedding dress?

Buying is an excellent option if you want your groom to stand out in a classic look while still being uniquely his own. Add some personalised cufflinks and other accessories to step up his style, and stick to traditional colours like black or navy blue for your wardrobe. These colours will never go out of style. On the other hand, renting is an excellent method to take advantage of the season’s trendiest colours, materials, and patterns; in addition, you can ensure that both the groom and the groomsmen match to perfection.

How Does it Fit?

The level of physical fitness is the deciding factor. If your groom is a regular size and won’t require a significant amount of adjustments, then renting a tuxedo or suit should be sufficient (although minor alterations to a sleeve or pant are usually possible). However, making the purchase will enable your groom to look and feel his absolute best in clothing tailored to fit his body. This will make for a memorable experience for both of you.