Men's Tuxedo. Saturday , April 07th , 2018 - 16:29:29 PM
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.
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.
Many men prefer black color for blazers dress shirts footwear and accessories like cuff links and tie bars. In a blazer black is a popular color. But trend is changing towards tan or brown blazers with a black herringbone print. A herringbone print looks like a series of zigzags.
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