In some ways, choosing groomsmen suits and tuxedos is an easy decision. You’ve got your groomsmen all picked out, so it’s just a matter of figuring out how many to pick up for each of them. 

But there are also plenty of other factors to consider when picking out these outfits: what color should they be? Should you rent or buy suits? Will everyone wear their suit/ tuxedo or will they wear theirs together? And if it’s possible, where could we have one fitting party as a group?

Time to Order

1. Start Early

There is nothing more important than starting early when it comes to choosing your groomsmen’s suits and tuxedos . The reason for this is that you want to ensure that the best deals are available when you need them, so start planning and make sure your order is placed as soon as possible. Also, by having everything ready before the big day, it will be easier for everyone involved in planning everything else (like transportation) because they won’t have any trouble finding what they need once again!

2. Determine the look you want

The first step in selecting a suit for your groomsmen is to determine the style of wedding you’re going to. If it’s an outdoor ceremony, then it’s best to choose something that can withstand the elements—for example, if you’re having an outdoor wedding at a beach resort, don’t wear white pants with open-toed shoes.

3. Don’t forget to pick your suit first!

  • Choose a suit that is in the same color family as your groomsmen’s suits. This can be difficult, but it’s worth it to make sure you’re matching.
  • Choose a suit that is complementary to the bride’s dress. This will help ensure that everyone looks good together and helps ensure cohesion between all parties involved in the wedding party.
  • Choose a suit that is complementary to the bridesmaids’ dresses (if applicable). If one of them has an off-the-shoulder neckline, then this means she’ll need something longer than just long sleeves; however, if another one has short sleeves and wants some extra coverage from her shoulders down over her chest area then she’ll probably want something shorter than what they usually wear under their arms like tuxedos or even jackets depending on how fancy they want things to be — but again: don’t forget about how much space there should be between each person’s shoulders. Hence, nothing gets too tight around those areas!

4. Choose the color of the groomsmen’s suits or tuxedos.

The color of your groomsmen’s suits or tuxedos is one of the most important decisions you make when picking out a suit. Choosing a color that matches your wedding theme is crucial, but you should also take into account what time of year it is and whether it’s appropriate for daytime or nighttime events.

For example, if you’re getting married in the summertime when it’s sunny all day long then choose something like white because this will stand out against other colors on your guest list (like red). On the other hand, if you were planning an autumn wedding where fall leaves would be outdoors during cocktail hour, then choosing something darker like navy blue might work better since those colors won’t clash with everything else happening around them.

5. Choose color coordination

You also have to decide what colors should go together in an outfit. This can be tricky because everyone has different tastes and preferences. However, some basic guidelines will help give everyone confidence when making decisions about which outfits to wear during their special day:

  • Go with neutrals such as black or navy blue whenever possible