Here's my largely vintage wedding fit. The morning coat is probably 1930's, and the top hat could really be anywhere from 1890's to 1940's. Cuff links are vintage, inherited from my grandfather; my mom remembers them being his dressiest pair from when she was a kid, so probably 1960's, but maybe earlier.Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The dinner suit (jacket and trousers) were found at a local consignment store, virtually unworn. 75% Mohair, 25% wool. Either 90's or 60's; not really sure. The vest was found online. Both needed minimal alterations. The stud/link set is also from a local consignment shop, but they are nothing special - just cheap pot metal, but still nice looking. They are double-faced links, which I was looking rather strenuously for.
And, while I'm at it, this is from our engagement shoot. The tweed is from the 80's, pilfered from my dad's closet, so absolutely free! I originally borrowed it to dress as the 11th doctor for Hallowe'en a couple of years back. As it fits me, and doesn't fit him, I saw fit to keep it.