Wedding Party

Changed tux shops for the customer service

We had initially been planning on going to Men's Wearhouse for our tuxes, since we have GM spread out pretty far afield and they're a national chain.  We had some time to kill before a movie today, so we stopped by one of their stores to see if we could try on some tuxes.  Nope, apparently they don't do that, but, in a hilarious tip from one of the employees, we found out that Friar Tux, a chain local to California, does.We went by to just try on some similar styles, but the lady we worked with was so nice that we're actually thinking of ordering from them now.  (It helps that their prices are a bit cheaper too.)  She took FI's measurements, and they'll order in all of our current candidates for both him and the GMs in his size so we can see the ensembles before we buy.  Plus, Friar Tux can color match with Alfred Angelo, which has a much wider array of silver dresses than David's, so it'll be easier to find a dress for our groomswoman.*happy dance*
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This is a belated married bio, with no reviews yet because I'm lazy.

Sometimes I feel like people think that brides are delicate little flower princesses who get all dressed up and pretty for one special moment of their dreams, when really they're just normal people who just happen to be getting married. Things shouldn't have to be sugar-coated for grown-ass women. -mstar284
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