Published at Saturday, July 14th, 2018 - 05:11:52 AM. tuxedo styles. By Logan.
Tuxedo Accessories Tuxedo accessories are always required when a tuxedo is worn The tuxedo accessories are a cummerbund with the pleats facing up shoes that are in black patent leather the bow tie that matches the cummerbund and if you wish to wear a vest instead of cummerbund the necktie that matches the vest There is little doubt that the right type of a TUXEDO lends elegance to a man‘s deportment and no man‘s wardrobe can be deemed complete without a tuxedo Accessories should always match not only the jacket and pants but the event as well.
Jacket A tuxedo or dinner jacket is usually black or midnight blue The jacket may be either single or doublebreasted style It may have either a silk or satin notched or satin shawl lapel Compared to the doublebreasted one singlebreasted tuxedo is considered more formal Pants The tuxedo is worn with midnight blue or black trousers with one black silk band down the outer seam Pants are held up with braces or suspenders Cuffs on formal trousers are unsuitable Shirts For Tuxedo a white shirt with French cuffs and cuff links will be perfect Shirt that is plain or with traditional pleating will work out well You may have a hand kerchief in the breast pocket of the jacket Colors that are suitable are usually white or possibly red Avoid colorful shirts and shirts with too much design Cummerbunds should match the fabric on the man′s jacket and the pleats should face up
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