Men's Tuxedo. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 08:36:49 AM
Doubtlessly shopping the tuxedo for your wedding is an intricate task. You need to take care of all these issues before placing the order for your tailor-made suit. Buying suiting attire is a very difficult task as there are a number of styles cuts colors that are available for the common man to choose from. You can either buy a tuxedo suit or you can rent one for a reasonable price at your nearest local suiting center. However now days the suits that men wear now days are ill fitting and do not guarantee a second look. Here are a few points to consider while you buy a Tuxedo.
If black tie events will be a more frequent occurrence for you in the future that buying a tuxedo is most likely the better option. Renting a complete tuxedo consisting of tuxedo shirt black bow tie tuxedo shoes cummerbund or vest and the tuxedo itself will usually cost between $80 and $120. Buying a quality set made from fine wool will range between $400 and $600. Keep in mind that classic tuxedo`s will never go out of style. It is very traditional attire that has been around for more than two centuries. So if you plan on attending a black tie event more than 5 times in the next few years than buying a new tuxedo will be the way to go. Weight & Body Changes Think about if you will keep the same body type. If you are currently over weight and have set the goal to yourself to lose 20 pounds then wait to buy your tuxedo until you have accomplished your goal. Having spent a good amount of money on your new outfit might be a nice additional motivation to keep the pounds off once lost. So take the few pointers above into consideration before you head to the mall ready to spend the hard earned cash. Weather you choose to rent or buy your tuxedo do some research on the place you are purchasing from. A quick search on the internet on customer reviews will usually be a good starting point.
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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