HOUSTON, Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A wedding frenzy has taken the world by storm in 2011. From the royal wedding of the century in England to almost equally lavish celebrity weddings across the U.S., couples this year have been seeking to craft their own fairytale wedding despite a lingering recession. No matter how big or small a couple's fantasy, Men's Wearhouse, the nation's leader in wedding and formalwear, is here to help fashion the big day of their dreams.
Regardless of the style, budget, location, or season, Men's Wearhouse can fit every couple's wish list. With vast selections of colors, styles, and designers, they offer great value while supplying the quality and customer service deserved while planning the perfect day. To view the wide selection at Men's Wearhouse, please visit www.Menswearhouse.com.
Tamara Osheroff, Director of Formalwear Marketing for Men's Wearhouse, takes pride in the fact that "Men's Wearhouse is dedicated to working with any vision to achieve a seamless wedding style — no matter what the couple's plans may be." Throughout the summer months Men's Wearhouse has outfitted weddings that run the gamut, including the celebrity wedding of Sherri Shepherd, the traditional nuptials of a North Carolina couple, and an impulsive, wedding at a country music concert.
- Celebrity's View on Vows: Sherri Shepherd's August wedding was formal and glamorous. She and her groom, Lamar Sally, looked to Men's Wearhouse when selecting his groomsmen's attire. They wore black Ralph Lauren three-button tuxedos with a Bellagio vest and tie from Men's Wearhouse.
- Second Chance: Southern Simplicity: In North Carolina, a young couple finally wed after postponing their wedding for a year following a tragic accident last summer, leaving the bride paralyzed and in a wheelchair. Rachelle Friedman's dream wedding was brought to life through the generosity of local vendors, including Men's Wearhouse. Her husband, Chris Chapman, and his groomsmen looked dapper yet demure in gray pinstripe Tommy Hilfiger suits at the outdoor wedding on a North Carolina farm.
- Rascall Wedding: Mark and Barbara Persia had a different vision for the ceremony where they would renew their vows after 14 years of marriage. In July, the couple re-exchanged their vows in a "pop-up" wedding chapel — a tent resembling a cross between a country church and a Las Vegas wedding chapel — at a Rascal Flatts concert. The lighthearted venue called for fun outfitting; Barbara wore a knee-length dress to expose her cowboy boots, and her husband, outfitted by Men's Wearhouse, wore a classic black tuxedo jacket and bow tie paired with his own blue jeans and boots.
More than 8,000 couples have turned to Men's Wearhouse to outfit them on one of the biggest wedding days this year: 9/10/11, and many others are preparing for 11/11/11 weddings. Patrons are satisfied with the top-notch selection, quality, tailoring, and overall customer service. Men's Wearhouse is committed to making every couple's dream wedding a reality. With over 900 locations nationwide, it's easy to allow Men's Wearhouse to suit any style.
About Men's Wearhouse
Since it was founded in 1973, Men's Wearhouse has become one of the largest specialty retailers of men's apparel in the country, with more than 900 stores carrying a full selection of designer and private-label suits, sport coats, casualwear, and accessories. Today, The Men's Wearhouse, Inc. family of companies includes Men's Wearhouse, MW Cleaners, K&G Fashion Superstore, TwinHill Corporate Apparel, and Moores Clothing for Men in Canada, making it one of North America's leading providers of quality and value in both apparel and apparel care. Men's Wearhouse also operates in a global corporate apparel and workwear group consisting of Dimensions and Alexandra in the United Kingdom. For additional information, please visit the company's website at www.menswearhouse.com.
SOURCE Men's Wearhouse