Men's Formalwear Directory
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This company of bespoke suits goes to any length to make its grooms happy, including sourcing the textile used in one of James Bond’s suits. Ready-to-wear starts at $2,200 and bespoke tuxes at $3,450, with a complimentary shirt and tie thrown in.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.eisenbergandeisenberg.com
In a rush? This outfitter has tons of tuxedos available for rent or purchase at superlow prices—retail tops out at $750. Basic rentals start at $95. Designers include Joseph Abboud and Ralph Lauren. (good value)epauletshop.com
This clothier specializes in American-made menswear with “a touch of British influence.” Grooms looking for a high-quality suit without the usual price tag should snap up its $750 two-piece. (good value)freemanssportingclub.com
A favorite of the downtown crowd, this heritage-clothing boutique offers bespoke suits starting at $3,950. There are also several understated off-the-rack options for urban gents, such as the classic Freeman suit (from $1,200).
Gentry127 N. 6th St., nr. Berry St., Williamsburg; 718-599-7091
This store is filled with rugged but sharp menswear. Suits from Swedish brand Our Legacy offer skinnier cuts (from $780), and a pair of made-to-last Grensons will prove useful long after the big day (from $250). Drake’s pocket squares (from $45) and ties (from $80) are also available.hickeyfreeman.com
This flagship store stocks ready-to-wear and custom-made menswear, including tailored wool tuxedos (from $1,495). Cool boys’ suiting is also available.
From the Winter 2014 New York Wedding Guide