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Formal Hire by Gerald Boughton, Bury St. Edmunds

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Formal Hire by Gerald Boughton

Formal Hire By Gerald Boughton is the areas only dedicated Mens Formal Wear hire specialist. From the classic to contemporary, a vast range of styles and colour options are available to choose from. Men and boys are both catered for in styles ranging from classic tailcoats, suitable for weddings, or a day at Ascot, through to dinner suits and evening wear, which will see you properly dressed for School Proms, Summer Balls or New Years Eve parties. Complete Highland outfits are also available, as are lightweight Prince Edward suits in grey mohair and chocolate browns. All of these can be accompanied with an unparalleled range of waistcoats and accessories, to buy or hire. Their expanding gift department offers a range of quality keepsakes and presents for those helping out on your special day, or just for the man in your life. No appointment is necessary, so why not pop in and let them help to make your special day one to remember.

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Address 13 The Traverse, Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1BJ

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