One of the things to remember during Bridal Week, is that most brides wouldn’t be brides without the men they are getting married to. While most of the bridal shows happening this week will be bride centric, the Bridal Week Meet and Greet on April 17th, 2016 will feature local bridal stylists and designers that include suit designer, Kevin Vandiver of Vandiver Tailors. Allowing couples, brides and buyers to attend with the opportunity to talk shop with any one of the companies that will be showcased.
With the addition of Vandiver Tailors and the custom suits they offer, the Bridal Week Meet and Greet will have something to show to the groom-to-be versus catering to just the bride-to-be audience. Vandiver Tailors will be displaying an array of sample books, where each person can touch and feel the quality fabrics that go into every suit. Although, most of Vandiver Tailors clients are men, they make custom clothing for women as well.
Kevin Vandiver will most likely be wearing one of his custom made suits at the Bridal Week Meet and Greet, so attendees will be able to see what a Vandiver Tailors suit looks like in action. Having met Kevin, he definitely takes pride in dressing people and seeing how the suit can make a difference. Like clockwork, he sees a confident boost in every Vandiver Tailors client that tries on their custom-made suit for the first time. That is why Kevin has no qualms telling people how well his suits are made and how having a custom suit is worth the investment.
In most weddings, the trend of renting a tuxedo is still the most popular clothing option that most men choose, but there has been a significant rise in ordering a custom suit. In talking with Kevin, he is an advocate in buying a suit to wear for your wedding versus renting a tuxedo because you can wear a suit more often than you can wear a tuxedo. The price per wear also decreases with each use versus renting a tuxedo for $300 to $500 one time.
Vandiver Tailors is the perfect option if you have 4 to 6 weeks’ spare. In as little as a month or two, you can own a custom suit for $500 to $2,000. It all depends if you want to add special details like having your name embroidered in the suit, what type of materials you choose, and many more custom options tailored to your needs. Come to the Bridal Meet and Greet on Sunday April 17th, 2016 and Kevin will be happy to explain how the custom suit process works or simply just have a conversation with him. His personality is just like his suits, one-of-a-kind and a boost to the ego. For more information visit vandivertailors.com
Bridal Week Meet and Greet
Date: Sunday, April 17th, 2016
Venue: Chelsea Studios 151 West 26th Street, Sixth Floor, Room 606
Duration: 1pm to 5pm
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