Tuxes and Suits
Rent or buy all manner of formal attire in this store, which has everything from morning suits to classic black tuxedos. Designer brands in stock include Michael Kors and Ike Behar. Retail suiting prices start at $695; rentals range from $110 to $210. (good value)
Beckenstein Bespoke257 W. 39th St., nr. Eighth Ave.; 212-475-6666; beckenstein.com
This Garment District atelier offers a wide variety of textile choices, including cashmere and wool. Tailor Steven Tabak’s custom suiting starts at $2,000.
Bindle & Keep917-740-5002; bindleandkeep.com
These Brooklyn-based bespoke tailors make every suit to order, from the fabric choice to the stitching color and lining. From $795. By appointment only.
Bonobos35 Crosby St., nr. Broome St. (various locations); 212-343-4235; bonobos.com
This brand’s signature fit is between an American and European cutónot too baggy, not too slim. At this space, grooms can try on dress shirts ($98) and suits (from $450) before ordering the styles they like. (good value)brioni.com
This Italian brand is the last word in luxury suiting. Its narrow cuts make for flawless silhouettes. A tuxedo fashioned with the groom’s choice of fabric, lapels, and fit takes about six to eight weeks (from $6,500).brooklyn-tailors.com
Fashion-forward grooms seeking custom-tailored suits and shirts come to this independent men’s clothier, where garments are designed one at a time by Daniel Lewis and made by a small team of craftspeople. Bespoke two-piece suits start at $1,695. Dapper ready-to-wear duds are also available.brooksbrothers.com
This American classic offers a number of traditional styles of suits that can be personalized for the groom ($698 to $2,100). Tuxes run from $798 to $2,100. Alterations take up to a week. (good value)ctshirts.com
The classic Jermyn Street shirtmaker carries dress shirts (from $99) in almost every shade imaginable. Lively ties abound (from $49 to $85); suits start at $399.(good value)