Website Black Tux Provides Men with a Better Option


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Photo courtesy of blackenterprise.com

At some point in a man’s life, the chances are pretty good he’s going to receive an invite to a black tie event. Whether it’s a wedding, a charity ball, or the Oscars, a black tie event calls for a tuxedo, preferably one that makes a man stand out in a good way. Up to this point, men have been left with one of two options: Drop hundreds of dollars on a tuxedo they may not ever wear (or fit into) again or swing by the rental shop in the strip mall in town for an ill-fitting and unflattering suit.

Fortunately, thanks to the men behind Black Tux (www.theblacktux.com), men everywhere now have a go-to option for rental formal wear. Based in Los Angeles, the company offers just three styles of slim (non-polyester) suits, two types of shirts, and bow ties in select colors. Suits rent for between $95 and $120 and a shirt is just $15. Need shoes? The site has pairs available for $20.

Founded by Patrick Coyne and Andrew Blackmon, the site doesn’t charge for return postage or require the suits be dry-cleaned before they are shipped back. So how does it work? It’s pretty simple, really. Men in need of a rental suit submit their measurements online (a local tailor can assist with this part) and the ensemble arrives a week before the event. If the suit doesn’t look or fit perfectly, the company will send out a new one immediately.

Use Rent It Today for the Big Day

Wedding just around the corner? Now that the suit is taken care of, it’s time to turn your attention to a few of the million other details to work out before the big day. Are you in need of wedding decorations, a photographer, caterer, limo, or other accessories? Rent It Today can help! The most comprehensive rental resource online, RIT can help connect you with rental providers of anything you need to make your special day more memorable. For more information, visit www.rentittoday.com!

1 comments
ShellWhip
ShellWhip

Every man should dress like Jay Z every now and again.