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Wedding Suits for Men

Harry Knows Weddings

For more than 65 years, Harry Rosen has been helping loving couples tie the knot by helping men look their best on the big day. With decades of expertise and an expertly-curated offering of suits, tuxedos, footwear and accessories from the world’s top designers, Harry Rosen customizes your service for a truly unparalleled experience. You can trust Harry Rosen to make sure you get everything exactly right, down to the smallest details – so you’ll confidently walk down the aisle in style.

Harry’s 4 Steps to Dressing for Your Wedding

At Harry Rosen, we’ve helped generations of men feel fully confident about getting dressed ahead of their biggest day yet and, as a result, have refined our outfitting process for Grooms down to a fine art. Find out about the individual steps we take to ensure you look and feel your best when you stand at the end of the aisle.

Harry’s expert team can have you dressed and camera-ready in a matter of days, but we recommend a minimum of 8 weeks’ notice for highly personalized tailoring and to take advantage of our range of custom options.

Ready to Wear vs Custom-Made

Made to Measure

The made-to-measure experience begins by choosing a tuxedo or suit you like from our wide range of leading menswear brands. Then your Clothing Advisor will take precise measurements and note your choices for personalization opportunities, such as the type of fabric it’s constructed from, the look of the jacket lining, the style of the vents and pockets, and button options. Back in the designer’s factory, the suit’s standard pattern is tailored accordingly. Made-to-measure suits are known for fit and comfort—details you’ll fully appreciate once you hit the dance floor. Offered in designer menswear collections by Canali, Coppley, Zegna, Samuelsohn, Isaia, Kiton and TOM FORD.

Custom-Made (Bespoke)

With a custom-made tuxedo or suit, a personalized pattern is designed for your unique build, with special emphasis on your almost-limitless creative options. Selecting the fabric and lining, the style of the lapels, vents and pockets, buttons, thread, and all the other fanciful touches are fun embellishments that will make your suit look and feel that much more special.

“Groom, guest, or groomsman, no matter what role you play on wedding day, what you wear should simultaneously show respect for the occasion while also showing you’re ready to revel in style.”

—Adam Gallo, Divisional Merchandise Leader at Harry Rosen