Men's Tuxedo. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 08:37:43 AM
Lifestyle Changes Besides frequency of use your lifestyle has some impact on the buy vs. rent decision. If you know that you might be moving quite frequently due to your job or family then minimizing your wardrobe will make moving much easier. Also think about how much closet space you have available. If you are living in a small New York studio then adding an entire new outfit to your wardrobe might be unpractical. The tuxedo should be hung in a somewhat ventilated area to protect the fabric and lining. Stuffing it into a duffel bag is not an option.
To complement your suit you should choose black well polished lace up shoes that are generally void of too much detail accessories should be kept to a minimum if you wear a watch this should be slim line with a black leather strap and cufflinks should be of a simple and subtle design. A little extra time and thought will ensure that when you wear your tuxedo you will feel confident as well as looking stylish and elegant.
Suit Types: There are four types of suits. They are Italian Single-breasted British Single-breasted American double-breasted and Asian Mandarin suits. Taller men prefer Italian suits. Younger men go in for American suit for its trendy look. British suits give stately appearance. Asian suits are edgy. For a conservative look wear a British or American suit. Also look for a notched collar two-buttoned and navy or black suit for the conservative look. Italian suits are strictly for taller me. Choose the one that goes for the occasion. For a festive event try a light color suit with one button. For weddings wear dove-gray suits that are trendy.
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