Men's Formal Wear for your wedding

Big day looks are important for grooms too and most will want to look resplendent next to their bride and for the style conscious grooms there’s an outstanding selection of looks to choose from. From classic top hat and tails, three-piece lounge suits or timeless tuxedos all available in a range of colours and fabrics to suit your style. This also the case for the rest of your wedding party to so get your best men together; fathers of the bride & groom, best man, ushers and page boys and head down to your local boutique to find the perfect look. Why not start by checking out our list of suppliers below.

 

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Cheshire Menswear

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Our menswear business is all about smart, well fitted suits made of quality materials and a relaxed environment with a service you can enjoy. We look forward to welcoming you into our showroom conveniently located on its own dedicated floor above Maria Modes Bridal in Macclesfield Cheshire, appointments are conducted in total privacy with a cold beer in hand!

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Menz Suits

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For when you want to look your very best.

We are a mens independent formal suit shop. Our specialty is mens attire for weddings, occasions and special events.

We aim to make every customer feel amazing! Stylish suits, tailored shirts, classy footwear & more.

An impressive range of quality menswear for life’s biggest occasions, Menz Suits.

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