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Tuxedo styles similar to RLBL and Tom Ford

jazz11man1

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Hi,

I am looking for a tuxedo for my wedding. I've tried about a dozen on including a Paul Smith Gents, Burberry Prosum, Brioni Spartaco, Armani Collezioni, Tom Ford, and RLBL Anthony. My favorites by far are the Tom Ford (I particularly love the shoulders) and the RLBL Anthony, which the SA suggested for my build due to their "British" styling (I assume that the Prorsum and Paul Smith would be classified the same?).

This might be too broad of a question, but can people recommend other manufacturers with similar cuts to Tom Ford and the RLBL? If it helps, I am particularly interested in:

- Peak lapel (nothing overly wide or narrow)
- Single button
- No vents (preferred) or side vents
- High arm holes
- Athletic cut


Thanks,
Matt
 

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