Wedding Suit FAQ
How long does it take to make suit? A shirt? It takes approximately 4 weeks. Sometimes less, sometimes 2 weeks or more. There is a black out period for the summer and winter holidays when it takes 6 weeks to receive. Shirts normally are tailored in 2 weeks.
When should I come in to get measured for my wedding suit? We always tell people the sooner, the better. The reason is that if you leave it to the last minute or a month before the wedding, it will cause you stress not knowing what it looks like or feels like. Normally, people come in 6 to 8 months before the wedding for the first appointment. Also, it will be one more thing that you can check off your list for the wedding.
I’m planning on losing some weight or I’m planning on hitting the gym and putting some muscle on. Should I wait to come in just before the wedding? Again, We would prefer you come in for all the reasons given in the previous question. If our tailor shop is unable to adjust the garment without maintaining its balance, we will make you a new one, our guarantee. For this reason we always suggest you come back 6 to 8 weeks before the wedding so we can assess how your body has changed and what adjustments are going to be needed.
If I get a custom suit and my groomsmen don’t, won’t that look funny? The answer is No. Again, our goal is that you are the best dressed man at your wedding. You will be looking at your wedding photos for years to come. The ushers are there to show their support and stand by you but this is you and your fiancée's wedding. We have multiple options for the groomsmen and our master tailors will have them looking their very best that day.