Prepping for Wedding Season with Men’s Wearhouse
Despite the change that COVID-19 has brought to nearly everyone, wedding season (and, really, all events) will come again someday. The Men’s Wearhouse location at the CVSC has turned to purely online sales for the duration of the stay-at-home order. But they are still helping their customers. So, whether you’re the groom, in the wedding party, or enjoying the event as a happy observer, we’ve got the tips to make your preparation simple.
About Men’s Wearhouse
In 1973, George Zimmer opened the first Men’s Wearhouse in Houston, Texas with his college roommates. What began as a simple understanding and appreciation for men’s apparel has turned into “the largest specialty retailers of men’s apparel in the U.S.”
By the ’90s, the “I guarantee it” company had gone public, expanded into the Hollywood and New York markets, and added the “You’re going to like the way you look” tagline. The last two decades have led to increased growth, charitable events, and design collaborations. Not to mention a continuation of Zimmer’s and the team’s understanding of quality men’s apparel.
Rented vs. custom suit
If you’ve visited a Men’s Wearhouse location in the last year, their four decades of experience is apparent. For men, preparing for wedding season means choosing the correct suit or tuxedo. And it is not always an easy task. Unless you’re a wedding party member with a prepared groom. (With style, color, and fit already picked out). The only thing left is to get fitted for the suit, decide whether to rent or own, and order it.
But if you’re starting from the ground up, Men’s Wearhouse employees can help. Bend’s location, like other MWs, offers the option to rent your suit or tux, which can save you hassle and money. The four steps to renting include choosing your look (where MW employees can help), getting measured, placing your order, and then receiving your order about a week before the big event and returning it the day after.
It’s a personal choice whether to rent or to keep your suit for events to come. But Men’s Wearhouse prides itself on making both experiences simple and straightforward. Because their mission is to help “guys feel confident at every occasion, from first formal to the most important day ever.”
Attend in style
And don’t think the expertise of Men’s Wearhouse is limited to weddings––or even suits––only. For young adults, their Prom and Formals section offers an assortment of styles and colors to keep with any trend or theme. Whatever the event, their online store and brick-and-mortar locations offer hundreds of styles, designer options, and colors for all your formal event needs.
Plus, with the option to “build your look,” you can choose from a selection of vests, neckwear, shirts, shoes, socks, cufflinks, and pocket squares. And they offer tuxes for young boys and toddlers as well. So anyone, at any age, can attend an event in style.
The Wearhouse difference
Wedding season usually peaks during the summer. But the planning and preparation can happen for months or years before the actual event. And if your plans have changed in recent months, Men’s Wearhouse is here for you. With the convenience of online ordering and delivery, men can find the suit or tux they are looking for at an affordable price. Cheers to the coming weddings!