Sartori Amici’s wedding division, My Grooms Room, isn’t just the top wedding destination for Miami’s most distinguished gentlemen. Clients fly in from all over the world, particularly Central & South America and The Caribbean because of their reputation, exquisite taste and outstanding selection from off-the-rack suiting to full made-to-measure bespoke services from the finest European mills. “It’s the most important outfit of your life,” says Founder Sebastian Garcia. “We guide our clients taste, taking into account wedding details such as location, color scheme and dress requirements. We go above and beyond for the groom and groomsmen, ensuring they all look and feel like a million dollars. The groom needs to be the most distinguished man of the evening.” Their flagship store is located at The Falls and bookings can be done through their website for a free wedding consultation. With over 200 combined 5-star ratings on Yelp and Google, it’s no wonder they’re currently opening their third location on Miracle Mile, sharing a beautiful space with bridal-wear veterans J Del Olmo. My Grooms Room was created by Miami menswear guru Sebastian Garcia, Curator of Sartori Amici and the Shark Tank-wining product The Lapel Project which is backed by Mark Cuban. “The stores are run by Abisai Hernández who is known throughout Miami for his world-class service and exceptional taste,” says Garcia. “It’s a true team effort. We are successful because of our skillset but also because we naturally love to make people happy. Our medium is just great clothing — a true #SartoriLife.”; MyGroomsRoom.com.
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