GIORGENTI Wedding Tuxedos and Suits
Weddings are one of the most important days in a man’s or woman’s life. Choosing the perfect tuxedo or wedding suit is a crucial part of the occasion. How you and your significant look, are forever captured in time portrayed in pictures and videos.
How Do I Decide What to Wear for My Wedding?
This is usually determined by the type of wedding and the wedding theme. The wedding may be a destination wedding, a barn, beach, a Gatsby themed, or a vineyard wedding. Whatever type of wedding our customers are having, we help them create the perfect tuxedo or wedding suit to match the occasion.
How does the Process Work?
First, we get acquainted and we listen to understand your wishes and needs, discussing the type of wedding you are going to have and what is right for you. Our talented design team will help you determine the look you desire. We will also look at any picture you may have from Instagram or Pinterest. Next, we will show you various fabrics, styles and trims. Once we settle on the, design, the measurement process begins.
How does the Measurement Process Work?
Our suits are truly custom made. To achieve a perfect fit, we take a minimum of 23 measurements including shoulder slope and posture. We also use try-on samples to determine proper sleeve, coat and pant length. Our experience is where we shine. This is what separates us from other tailors.
How Long Does it take?
In choosing your wedding suit or tuxedo, you can never start the process too early. As the wedding date gets closer, everything gets more stressful. We highly recommend you start the process as soon as possible. We suggest no later than three months prior to your wedding date. We can accommodate rush orders on a case per case basis at a surcharge.
What do I do if I lose weight?
It is understandable that everyone wants to look their best on their wedding day. No worries, we do a final fitting and can adjust your wedding suit or tuxedo accordingly.
So, what are you waiting for? Call or book your appointment online today.