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Coleman’s Tuxedos

506 Millburn Ave., Short Hills, N.J.; 973-258-1948; colemanstuxedos.com

This shop has been fitting and renting tuxedos for over 100 years, and stocks styles that are both modern (notched lapels) and classic (tails). Women’s tuxes are also available. Appointments suggested.

Duncan Quinn

70-80 Kenmare St., nr. Mulberry St.; 212-226-7030; duncanquinn.com

Rock and roll meets Savile Row at this boutique. Grooms can choose from the handmade ready-to-wear collection or order a bespoke suit (from $4,000) and shirt (from $425 each, minimum order of four). Custom ties and pocket squares are also available. Appointment recommended.

Freemans Sporting Club

8 Rivington St., nr Chrystie St.; 212-673-3209; freemanssportingclub.com

A favorite of the downtown crowd, this heritage- clothing boutique offers bespoke suits starting at $5,000. There are also off-the-rack options for urban gents, such as the classic Freeman suit (from $900).

Hickey Freeman

225 Liberty St., nr. Hudson River Greenway, second fl.; 212-586-6481; hickeyfreeman.com

Founded in 1899, Hickey Freeman stocks ready-to-wear and custom-made menswear, including tailored wool tuxedos (from $1,695). Cool boys’ suiting is also available.

J.Lindeberg

126 Spring St., at Greene St.; 212-625-9403; jlindeberg.com

This popular Swedish designer is known for the lean, flattering silhouettes of his suit jackets. A slim-fit, one-button tux will set the groom-to-be back about $945. (good value)

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