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    So I am getting married and I have a range of people in the wedding from a lawyer to a factory worker. I am going with a suit purchase that I think makes sense for all of them rather than a tux rental. I am wanting them to wear black shoes and I would rock these http://www.allenedmonds.com/aeonline...40000000001_-1 with this http://www1.macys.com/shop/product/t...=BRAND%3DTommy Hilfiger%26sp%3D1%26spc%3D20%26ruleId%3D66%26slotI d%3D6 I know the suit is not the best in the world, but like I said it is not something that all of them would even purchase on thier own.


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    Congrats! I think that if the suit purchase works for your groomsmen and your fiancee is on board, then it's fine and they'll definitely get some good use out of the suit afterward. You don't necessarily need to match your groomsmen though, and could get a different/better suit if it's in your budget (ex. the J.Crew Factory Thompson).

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      Oh...matching is a def. must. My fiancee is almost...very close to...OCD.

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        Trust me, I'm not trying to start something between an engaged couple - if your fiancee wants something then you should (almost always) do it. But if you're matching the groomsmen and they're matching/coordinated to the bridesmaids, how are you going to stand apart from the groomsmen (apart from the shoes)? And how does she stand out from the bridesmaids? Perhaps you could convince her that you could match her *better* with another suit?

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