Hi all, I've been on here for a long time, but I haven't posted in quite a while. I purchased a made to measure tuxedo for my July wedding today and I was hoping I could get some feedback/advice since I still have time to make changes and I want to make sure I get it right. I'm going for a fairly classic, formal look. Obviously the most important purpose for the tux is my wedding, but it's something I hope to wear a couple of times a year (most likely during wedding season in the summer) for quite some time. Here's a summary of what I picked out: Jacket: Midnight blue with black satin peak lapels, one button, working buttonhole on left lapel, slit pockets. I need to check on the vent; I want to get it ventless if possible, but I'll settle for double vents. Trousers: Midnight blue. I need to check on the band for the seam; I want it to be black satin to match the lapels. I'll be wearing them with black suspenders (which I haven't purchased yet). Shirt: Plain white without pleats or detailing of any kind. Studs and square French cuffs. Turndown, medium spread collar. I haven't purchased anything else yet, but I'm thinking I'll do a black satin cummerbund, silver/mother of pearl studs and cufflinks, white silk pocket square and midnight blue socks to match the trousers. On my wedding day, I'll likely wear a white boutonniere. For shoes, I'll likely purchase something in black patent leather. I have a pair of black Allen Edmonds Park Avenues that I could shine up nicely and wear, but it seems silly not to finish off the look properly. I was thinking these ones from Suitsupply might be a decent, reasonably-priced option (http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/shoes/tuxedo-shoe-black/FW131510.html?cgid=Shoes). What do you all think of this look? I was really torn between peak and shawl lapels, but I get the sense that peak lapels are seen as more formal/classic. I also read in a few places that a cummerbund looks better with shawl lapels, but the store I purchased the tux from (Harry Rosen) didn't have anything resembling a proper waistcoat; they all looked like vests for three-piece suits, which I don't like. I'd be open to going without a waist covering, but I'm not sure if that's a good idea (although it does seem like it could make for a cleaner overall look, which I like). Any advice/feedback/thoughts? Also, any ideas on where to look for reasonably priced, decent quality accessories (i.e. studs, pocket square, etc.) and shoes (if not Suitsupply)? Thanks!