Men's Tuxedo. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 08:41:55 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.
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.
Jacket: A tuxedo or dinner jacket is usually black or midnight blue. The jacket may be either single or double-breasted style. It may have either a silk or satin notched or satin shawl lapel. Compared to the double-breasted one single-breasted tuxedo is considered more formal.
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