Warning: Wall of Text Incoming So here is yet another what-to-wear-to-my-nuptials thread. Many thanks in advance to those who feel inclined to offer input. The Details: When: September 14th of this year Time of Day: 6:00 PM Where: Outdoors on the enclosed grounds of a 1920's estate (the area is well shaded) Reception: Indoors in a banquet hall on the grounds Region: Bucks County, PA Budget for full attire: $1,000-1,500 Attire options: 1.) Navy three piece suit (most likely supplied by Kent Wang) Tartan tie in my family's tartan as seen here: White French cuffed shirt Sterling links (in Scottish side's crest) Black balmorals 2.) Tuxedo, also most likely supplied by Kent Wang My preference would be midnight blue as it will look good in natural light for photos (and I've wanted one ever since I saw a friend of my father's in one in 1976). Other factors: 1.) I wear a tux every five years or so. 2.) I wear a suit primarily socially and occasionally for work. Probably twice a month or so. 3.) The Scottish side is no longer living, so it would mean something to me to honor it by wearing the tartan, though the links could take care of that, as well. 4.) A nice tux will look fantastic because they simply do. Yet I'm not sure just how nice a tux I can acquire given my budget. 5.) Regarding future use, I suppose I could simply decide to put a tux into rotation more often. I could throw it on for a nice meal in Manhattan (where I reside), for example, but the actual odds of my doing so at this point in time are. . . indeterminate. 6.) My mother-in-law to be would love to see me in a tux so that (see 7) 7.) Her husband can rent one. Yes, rent one. 8.) If I wear one, my father will wear his which includes a burgundy pre-tied bow tie and matching cummerbund. 9.) Read #8 again. And then know that it's Brooks and not as bad as it sounds. For those who understandably couldn't be bothered: TLDR: For my wedding. . . tux (preferably midnight blue) from Kent Wang or three piece navy suit from Kent Wang? Again, many sincere thanks in advance for any help.