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Which tuxedo should I purchase for my wedding?

jiibarra

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I’m in the market for a tuxedo for my wedding and found two that I really like.

A slim fit peak lapel one from Suit Supply for $698 and trim fit notch lapel one from Corneliani which I was able to negotiate down to $600. Obviously the Corneliani suit is higher quality and I’d be paying less for it, but it has notch lapels which are looked down upon here. I honestly don’t mind them at all and I prefer trim fit suit.

Corneliani:

Suit Supply:

What are your opinions on both of these? I’m leaning towards the Corneliani but I’d like some more opinions.
 

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