A lot of attention is focused on the bride’s appearance during the wedding day, but make no mistake about it, the day is equally as important for the groom! His tuxedo, his accessories and his overall fashion statement matters and it would be foolish to make a quick decision about his look for the big day. Thought, time and effort should be invested when selecting the groom’s attire, but how is this possible without multiple trips to a Jim’s Formal Wear Retailer’s store to discuss and view formal options?
Enter The Tuxedo Builder apps!
With the Tuxedo Builder app on your screen, and it doesn’t matter which version, you can do a variety of cool things. The first, and arguably the most important, is the ability to create your own custom tuxedo ensemble by using the Build a Tux feature. All of the our tuxedo styles, pant styles, tie styles, vest styles and shoe styles are loaded into the app – all you have to do is combine them however you want right there on the mannequin.
If you want to create more than one ensemble, no problem! Just save the first to your Fitting Room. Simply create a free account to do so.
And if you can’t decide which styles you like, share them on Facebook and Twitter to get your friends’ and family’s opinion. Attach your face to the tuxedo so they can get the whole picture!
If you are looking to save a little money, and who isn’t, you can print a coupon good for $40 Off the suggested retail price of your tuxedo ensemble. Tap another link and you can find your nearest Jim’s Formal Wear Retailer so you can cash in that coupon! When you find your nearest retailer, you can also choose to send the details of your tuxedo creation directly to them so your store visit can be quick and simple.
That’s a pretty long list of features to be found in The Tuxedo Builder apps. And frankly, there are a few more, but you’ll have to download or launch the apps to discover those…
The Tuxedo Builder Apps let you easily create a tuxedo ensemble that is unique to you so you, too, can make a bold statement on your wedding day!