Men's Tuxedo. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 08:30:08 AM
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.
• Steam iron - Custom men suits will need to be ironed out before you wear them. A crumpled suit is no ones idea of style. The best way to iron a suit is to work with a steam iron. Keep in mind that ironing a suit not only helps to keep it crisp but also guards it against mold and prevents trips to the dry cleaners. The seams of the coat will need to be ironed out first followed by the collar. Always make sure that the dial of the iron is set in keeping with the fabric of the suit so as to ensure that you do not damage the suit in any way. Of course the suits can always be fresh stored at a dry cleaners.
Those who have a short height but a slightly plum figure can go for tuxedos with slim collars; this will make them look slimmer. On the flip side a tall and husky man should prefer a style that has shawl collar and lay down collar to accentuate its look. A tall but slim man looks smart in every style of tux. You must choose a shirt collar style and tie that compliments your body shape and suit style. For a wholesome package deal you can also go for a designer package that includes matching shirt tie cufflinks bow shoes and studs to perfectly complement each other. The price of the designer silk tux depends on the label and the place you buy it from.
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