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Dressing the Groom with Jims Formal Wear

When working with couples planning their weddings, one of the most frequent questions I get asked is how and where to go about selecting the perfect attire for the groom and his entourage. Some grooms know exactly what they want to wear and others have no clue where to start. Let’s face it, most guys don’t wear a tux more than a handful of times and formal wear can be a bit intimidating. So I was honestly really excited to check out The Tuxedo Builder, a cool new free app from Jim’s Formal Wear that allows couples to easily create a fashionable look that’s perfect for their celebration. Check your intimidation at the door, this process just got a whole lot easier, friends!

From black tie events to destination weddings, The Tuxedo Builder app allows you to easily browse styles, making it a cinch to select the perfect tux, shirt, tie, shoes and accessories. You can save your favorites, revisit them later and then send the details about your wedding day ensemble to your nearest Jim’s Formal Wear retailer when you’ve decided on your favorite. Have a specific color in mind? You can filter options based on color! Want to get feedback from the rest of the wedding party? You can share your saved favorites on Facebook or via email so everyone can weigh in on which option they love best. It couldn’t be easier! (Plus, playing with all of the different combinations of jackets, pants, vests and colors is super fun!)

With more than fifty tuxedo styles from designers such as Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren, Jim’s Formal Wear has the tuxedo to match every guy’s style with a range of options to fit any budget. Plus, they serve nearly 6000 retailers nationwide, so there stands a good chance there’s a Jim’s Formal Wear retailer near you. Ready to get started? Download The Tuxedo Builder app and start having fun!

{Images from Jim’s Formal Wear.}

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