As engagement season approaches, the Men’s Wearhouse will be ready to suit up grooms with its new in-home wedding apparel service. The retailer announced Wednesday that starting in early 2015, time-strapped grooms will be able to schedule an appointment to work with a Men’s Wearhouse expert formalwear stylist in the comfort of their own home or at a location convenient to them.
Men’s Wearhouse CEO Doug Ewert said the company is excited to bring a new level of convenience and personalized service to its clientele. Customers will have access to all of the retailer’s exclusive styles from Vera Wang tuxedos and Joseph Abboud custom suits. And the company aims to make the decision process—from fit, color and style—just as easy with the in-home consultation service as it is in stores.
“Weddings create moments that last a lifetime and we know that brides and grooms won’t trust their wedding attire to just anyone. Our experienced formalwear stylists will help couples select the perfect look for all the men in their wedding party,” Ewert said.