Ahhhhh, the decisions that need to be made when it comes to your wedding are truly endless, aren’t they? With all of the decisions you’ll have to make and the pros and cons you’ll have to weigh, I thought I’d stop by today and make life easier. I am going to sum up in this post why exactly you should buy your wedding suit and not rent it. Hopefully this helps at least one wedding decision a little easier to make for you.
IN SOME SCENARIOS, IT CAN BE CHEAPER
This is, of course depending on how often you’ll wear it after the wedding. While many think that renting is cheaper (and it is in some cases) it’s not always that simple. You need to think about your cost per wear and if you will be utilizing the suit after the wedding day- even if it’s only one more time. If the answer to that question is yes, then it’ll be more cost effective in some cases to invest in a suit.
IT’S BRAND SPANKIN’ NEW
This is a perk for obvious reasons, who doesn’t love to have something that’s brand new with the fresh “new” smell still in tact? Especially if you think about all of the people that may have worn a used suit before you and all of the sweat it’s seen throughout the years…. you get what I’m saying. New suit = no random sweaty bodies in it previously.
MORE CONVENIENT AND ORGANIZED
Buying a suit is not only convenient for you but can help out your groomsmen a ton too if you buy them all together. Things can get messy and unorganized fast when you have all of the groomsmen having to pick out their own suits while still making sure it adheres to dress code. Buying them all together will save you a ton of headaches and time. Both are valuable leg ups to have when planning and preparing for a wedding.
YOU CAN TAILOR IT TO FIT YOU PERFECTLY
Most times with rentals, they never fit you perfectly, where as with a suit that you own, you can have it tailored to fit like a glove. This will help you to make sure you are comfortable on your wedding day and looking sharp without sleeves or pants that are too long or short.
If you liked this post, be sure to check out my other post on “The First 4 Vendors To Book For Your Wedding”.