Men's Tuxedo. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 08:38:53 AM
• 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.
After looking into the minutest details of the tuxedo you should pay attention towards the accessories. It is essential to accessorize your look on the wedding day and that too in the proper manner. Out of various accessories for bridegrooms cuff-links take the most important place. These days splendid designs can be found in stud and cuff-link sets and you can purchase them at affordable prices. Also you can think of buying ascot for the wedding day. If you do not want to wear ascot then buying a beautifully designed tie would complete your look for the day.
Suit Fit: Ready-made men`s suits don`t usually fit you perfectly as you think. They normally require a stitch or two like lengthening or shortening the sleeves etc. Pants too require the right hemming. Narrow pants can take up a slightly higher hem. Also specify the length of shirt cuff you would like to show. A normal measure is ¼ of an inch. For shorter or trendier suits show less of your shirt cuffs. Fit changes over time like jeans.
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