Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 17:32:26 PM. tuxedo styles. By Mason.
There′s a tuxedo style suited for tall & lean men and the best option for those with a shorter heavier build who need to accentuate height) A tuxedo with thread count higher than the regular 70 to 80 is lighter drapes & holds up nicely throughout the day To ensure that your tux is true to your body type & personality discuss things with your designer Compared to a tailor who tends to rely on formulaic patterns a designer is more updated with suit trends Mention what you like to wear and your dominant personality Be clear also on how and when the tuxedo will be worn The designer will then take your measurements It may be good to bring the shoes you plan to wear with your tux That way proper trouser length can be ascertained As for the jacket′s fit the general rule is that a slimmer cut is more flattering Don′t wear baggy or loose shirt and pants An extra fitting may be necessary to factor in possible weight changes or lastminute alterations to the fit Some guys request that the first fitting be mad while the suit′s halffinished so that there will be no major work and doubling of charges
Traditionally only women folk were more into fashion and the fashion world revolved around them. Men on the other hand were not as fashion conscious as women were and they very limited number of choices in terms of men`s clothing. And another thing about fashion is that it is quite dynamic by nature. No particular style or fashion sense lasts forever. There is always something new kindling the desires of many young people every ten years or so. And yet no matter what kind of changes the fashion industry brings forth to the world in terms of professionalism and formal attire there is nothing to beat suits especially for men. It is quite imperative for you to have an open mind and the courage to experiment with your fashion sense and personality.
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