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Men's Formalwear Directory

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Charles Tyrwhitt

377 Madison Ave., at 46th St.; 212-286-8988; 745 Seventh Ave., New York, nr. 49th St.; 212-286-8988; ctshirts.com

This classic Jermyn Street shirtmaker carries traditional oxfords and formal evening shirts ($110 to $199) in almost every shade imaginable. Lively colored ties abound, from bright-gold skinny ones ($85) to pale-purple handmade wovens ($99).

D&G

434 W. Broadway, nr. Prince St.; 212-965-8000; dolcegabbana.it

D&G caters to the svelte and stylish. Their blazers ($650 to $950) are super-skinny, and the pants ($275 to $395) are even skinnier. Suits range from $825 to $1,100.

Dolce & Gabbana

825 Madison Ave., nr. 69th St.; 212-249-4100; dolcegabbana.it

They offer sleek men’s garb, from tailored suits to a traditional three-button tux ($1,200 to $2,100). The Italian sartorial cut will ensure that the suit doesn’t go out of style.

Duncan Quinn

8 Spring St., nr. Elizabeth St.; 212-226-7030; duncanquinn.com

Rock and roll meets Savile Row at this shop, where it’s easy to find something with a little edge. Grooms can choose from the ready-to-wear selection (suits from $1,950) or get a bespoke suit and tie (from $3,250).

Eisenberg & Eisenberg

16 W. 17th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-627-1290; eisenbergandeisenberg.com

This store has tuxedos at some of the lowest prices around. A worsted wool Perry Ellis tuxedo is $329 ($130 to rent); prices top out at $800. Formal shoes, cuff links, and all styles of cummerbunds and vests are available. They offer same-day alterations.

Ermenegildo Zegna

663 Fifth Avenue, nr. 52nd St.; 212-421-4488; zegna.com

Ermenegildo Zegna’s sartorial collection includes a single-button, three-button, or double-breasted six-button option. For $1,900 to $3,700, grooms can expect a suit or tuxedo cut to their tastes.

Etro

720 Madison Ave., nr. 63rd St.; 212-317-9096; etro.it

English classics with a swank Italian twist are popular among the grooms who swear by Etro’s bold prints and suits. The wool plaid suit (around $1,500), striped shirts (from $275), and jazzy ties ($125) are sure hits.

Giorgio Armani

760 Madison Ave., at 65th St.; 212-988-9191; giorgioarmani.com

For classic designs that ensure a sharply dressed groom, Armani’s suits (about $2,500) and ties ($115 to $135) are a best bet; his well-cut tuxedos range from $2,500 to $3,800.

Gucci

685 Fifth Ave., at 54th St., and various locations; 212-826-2600; gucci.com

Gucci offers manifold options for polished, streamlined suits (from $1,300), and two ultrastyled mohair tuxedos ($2,300 to $2,800). The Signoria has a notch lapel with a satin trim; the Manhattan has a satin-faced peak lapel. Gucci also does made-to-order apparel.

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