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Stephen Bishop

From £99.99


From £10

Suit Direct

From £30

1 deal -5% Discount
From £50

House Of Cavani

3 deals
From £169

Rathbones Tailor Suit Hire

1 deal -10% Discount
From £98

A Hand Tailored Suit

1 deal -30% Discount
From £599

Stringfellows Gentlemen's Outfitters

1 deal -10% Discount
From £140

Jacob Brian Custom Clothiers

From £150

Regent Street Bespoke Limited

2 deals -20% Discount
From £899

Dapper Chaps Formal Wear

From £150

Debonair Groomswear

From £80

Menswearr - The Legend of Fashion


From £150

Brook Harris

From £999

Stevie Mac's Formal Hire

From £100

Keye London

1 deal -10% Discount
From £525

James Alexander

From £19.99

Colmore Tailors

From £149.99

Sawyers 4 Suits

From £65

Focus Formal - Newtownards

From Less than £100

Suits to suit

1 deal -5% Discount
From £100


1 deal
From £40

Red Groomswear

From £60

County Squire Formal Hire

Hugh Harris Formal

2 deals -5% Discount
From £60

McCalls of Lisburn

From £55

Cookham Formal Hire & The Cookham Tailors

From £65

Scarlet Bloom

From £5.99

Mens Wedding Shoes

From £29.99

Enoksen Watch Company

From £145

Red Groomswear

Hen House

1 deal -5% Discount
From £65

Dandylion Style

From £650

Diamond Occasion

From £249

English Cufflinks

From £40

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Choosing Your Groomswear Attire

Whether it be a traditional top hat and tails or Scottish kilt, you’ll be sure to find a shop stocking your perfect groom attire near your home or wedding venue.

Some couples choose to hire wedding suits for the groom and his party, but others may just choose to invest in a sharp suit to wear time and time again. Decide whatever is going to be most cost effective for you before you go shopping.

What Should a Groom Wear?

There are lots of different groomswear attire options, from cultural outfits like the West African Dashiki to formal morning suits and informal linen chinos and shirts.

What you choose to wear is really down to the formality of your wedding, plus what season you’re marrying in. You’ll want a warmer fabric like wool or velvet in winter and a breathable linen or cotton suit in the summer.

Before you go shopping, make sure you’ve discussed your wedding colour scheme with your partner and come to some basic decisions on fabric and how formal your groom’s attire should be.

Don’t forget to shop for accessories to go with your groom attire when you’re out and about; from wedding shoes to socks, cravats, ties, top hats and more, you should be able to find it all in one store!

Should I Go Shopping With My Partner?

This is entirely up to you and how comfortable you feel making a decision on your outfit. Whatever you choose to do, make sure you’re on the same page about colour and style. The shop assistants will be invaluable sources of advice while shopping; don’t forget to ask their opinion and take along a friend too.

Should a Same-Sex Couple Wear Matching Groomswear?

If there are two grooms, you’ll need to make sure that your suits don’t clash with each other, but that doesn’t mean you want matching outfits either. Your wedding day outfit should reflect your personality and be something you feel truly comfortable in.

One easy way to make sure your groomswear is complementary is to go shopping for your suits together. If you’d rather keep your suits secret until the big day, then you can decide on a colour scheme you’ll stick to, or even create Pinterest boards with ideas so your partner can see your vision.

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