Men's Tuxedo. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 16:13:20 PM
Before wearing a black suit do keep certain things on mind. See to it that you made necessary alterations required in the suit. It is important that you do all the alteration work before the occasion day. Otherwise on the occasion day you will face lot of problem. Send your suit to a dry cleaner and have it professionally pressed or steam your clear suit at home. While taking your bath hang your suit properly on a hanger. The steam from the hot water in the closed room will help ensure that the suit is wrinkle free and ready to wear.
The two different forms of the formal tuxedo vests are single-breasted vest and the double-breasted vest. The double-breasted tuxedo shirts are suitable for wearing on any white tie events as well as morning weddings. They are more suitable for thin people as they look more built up after wearing them. In fact the double-breasted vests completely changes the appearance of thin man into a well built person whereas the single-breasted vests are suitable only for those men who are big and fat as they will make them look perfect.
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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