The 16 Best Places to Buy a Tuxedo for Stylish Grooms and Groomsmen

Modern grooms, groomsmen, and wedding guests, take note.

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Shopping for tuxedos can feel very intimidating — it’s a huge investment with a lot to consider. First, the fit. Classic? Slim? Fitted? Double-breasted? Second, color. Timeless black and white never fails, though a dusty charcoal shade, sleek all-white look, or bold hue like emerald green or navy is incredibly handsome.

Fabric is another option to take into consideration — do you want classic wool? Or something more statement-making like velvet or jacquard? Then, the shirt. Simple and slim? One with unique buttons? Next: will you go with a classic bow-tie? If so, will you take the oversized route or try a slimmer style? If a bow-tie isn’t for you, a skinny tie is smart, but a little more laid back. Finally, there are the finishing touches like shoes (patent or leather?), cufflinks (depending on your cuffs), perhaps even a pocket square, tie clip, or suspenders. We said there was a lot to think about. 

Whether you’re a groom, groomsmen, or a wedding guest headed to a black-tie wedding, ahead, we've curated the best places to buy a tuxedo online.



 Courtesy of Nordstrom

With an expansive range of labels from Giorgio Armani, Canali, and BOSS to Ted Baker, Bonobos, and Topman, the Nordstrom tuxedo shop offers the sharpest selection for every budget and style. Whether you’re seeking out something traditional or fashion forward, every silhouette is impeccably cut and finished considered details. If you’re the online shopping type, you can order through the website and pick-up in store.



 Courtesy of Indochino

This direct-to-consumer made-to-measure brand specializes in affordable custom formalwear from fit to materials. Whether you choose to personalize an existing design or dream up a one-of-a-kind look, you can order online or visit a showroom for an expert fitting. Free shipping is icing on the cake.

Men's Wearhouse


Courtesy of Men's Wearhouse

A go-to destination for formalwear, Men’s Wearhouse offers a well-curated assortment of classic tuxedos for grooms, groomsmen, and wedding guests. Whether you choose to get fitted in store or use the online fit evaluator where measurements are reviewed by expert stylists, this is a great option for well-priced black and grey tuxedos with all the essentials (shirt, shoes, bowtie) in one place.

Brooks Brothers


 Courtesy of Brooks Brothers

This legacy brand is another one-stop-shop when it comes to buying a tuxedo. Choose a timeless style from the core collection (including extended sizing) or utilize the The Made to Measure service which allows you to create a tailor-made tux with customizable details like shirt collars, pocket styles, cuffs, linings, buttons, and a personalized label. Either way, you’re guaranteed to look dashing as ever.

Neiman Marcus


Courtesy of Neiman Marcus

For the designer guy with a fearless sense of fashion, the tuxedo selection at Neiman Marcus is second to none. Though not without the refined classics, discover tuxedos with distinctive detailing like embossed velvet, embroidered satin, and vivacious prints from labels like Tom Ford, Gucci, Ralph Lauren Purple Label, and more.



  Courtesy of Bloomingdale's

For a stylish assortment of tuxedos from designer brands and contemporary labels including BOSS, Emporio Armani, Canali, Theory, John Varvatos, Paul Smith, Reiss, and more, the Black Tie and Wedding Shop at Bloomingdale’s has everything you need. From cool jackets to timeless shirts and smart accessories, it’s a one-stop shop for contemporary grooms, groomsmen, or wedding guests looking to invest in formalwear.



 Courtesy of Suitsupply

For the man who loves a classic style but with a little edge and flare–look no further than Suitsupply. Choose from one of their impeccably polished pre-styled tuxedos or opt to create your own tux. If you choose to have your tux custom-made, you'll be able to pick various customization from fabric color right down to the jacket lining and button style. Keep in mind that a custom tux from Suitsupply usually takes 5-6 weeks to be delivered.

The Black Tux


Courtesy of The Black Tux

With styles ranging from fresh takes on classic silhouettes to adventurous patterns and textures like color-blocking and velvet, The Black Tux truly has something for everyone. If you're looking for that sweet spot when it comes to price point, you'll find that most of their tuxedos fall under $600. However, if that is still pushing the limits of your budget, they also offer the ability to rent any of their tuxedo styles for less than $200.

Mr Porter


 Courtesy of Mr Porter

It's your big day and while we are all aware of how pricey a wedding can be, there is something to be said about purchasing an investment piece. If you're a groom who is looking for a luxe look for your wedding day and beyond, then shop around Mr Porter. With incredibly dapper offerings from designers like Tom Ford and Givenchy, you'll be set for your wedding and any other black-tie event that comes your way.



 Courtesy of Bonobos

Chances are you've already shopped and Bonobos or have groomsmen who have, so why not go with a brand that's fit and style are familiar to you? Bonobos is your one-stop-shop for reasonably priced but high-quality tuxedos that are also offered in extended sizing.



 Courtesy of JoS.A.Bank

If you're stuck on what type of tuxedo will best suit you, we suggest that you opt for something classic. JoS.A.Bank has been around for over 100 years and has expertly finetuned their traditional but updated silhouettes as well as their tailored fit. You can never go wrong with a sharp black slim-fit tuxedo! JoS.A.Bank also offers styles in big and tall sizing.

Ralph Lauren


Courtesy of Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren makes incredibly flattering and dapper tuxedos. While RL's styles are carried at many retailers, we say go straight to the source. Look no further for an utterly timeless look with exquisite Purple Label tuxedos handcrafted from the softest Italian wool and designed with the classic notch, peak or shawl lapels.

Hugo Boss


Courtesy of Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss knows their way around an expertly tailored suit and tuxedo. Choose from styles in luxe velvet or white virgin wool with silk trims. You'll also find tuxedos in an array of colors and patterns from deep burgundies to checkered greys. With a fit that is a little bit more modern, Hugo Boss is for the groom who is traditional but can lean towards the trendy.

Saks Fifth Avenue


 Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue

While Saks Fifth Avenue carries well-known brands like Burberry, Fendi, and Gucci, they also carry their own namesake label. The best part about shopping a brand that is exclusive is, well, that it's exclusive! Consider their modern wool styles for a look that is unique to Saks and to your wedding.



 Courtesy of J.Crew

From classic to slim-fit tuxedos as part of their core suiting collection, J.Crew makes the tuxedo shopping process utterly uncomplicated. Each timeless-yet-modern silhouette is cut from ultra-fine materials sourced from mills in Italy with tailoring services in-store to ensure a custom fit. The best part? A smashing result at a price doesn’t come close to designer figures.

Proper Cloth


Courtesy of Proper Cloth

For the online shopper craving custom, Proper Cloth utilizes a technology (which includes computer generated patterns and robotic fabric cutters) to create one-of-a-kind tuxedos with a perfect-fit guarantee. With a formalwear guide to help you through the process, if you’re not happy with the fit of your tux, the brand will allow you to either return it for a complimentary remake or take it to a local tailor for additional alterations and reimburse you up to $125 or credit your account. Alternatively, if a suit is unworn and unaltered, you may return it for a full refund within 90 days. You can also schedule a showroom fitting with an expert if an online order isn’t your game.

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