Flaunt your style through a tuxedo

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Want impresses a women other than his wealth? His sense of dressing. And when a man wears a tuxedo, boy, does he look handsome or what? It basically makes a man look complete. Somehow, many people think that when it comes to black and white, it is a dress code. But no, that is not a dress code. You can wear a tux for any occasion. At the end of the day, it is on you as to how you carry it. Yes, the whole black tie and dress code can be intimidating, but getting your size tux is as easy as ordering a pizza.

So what to we end up assuming when it comes to a black tie event? Yes, that it is some sort of high standard thingy. Here is surprising thought; this black tie what we today find very royal and elegant was once upon a time worn as a relaxed evening attire. So basically it is an evening semi formal outfit. So that just clears that tuxedo is not a night outfit but an evening one. So if you have a party or an event that starts in the afternoon and ends up in late evening, then you should wear a tux but when you have an event that starts in the morning and ends up in late afternoon, then a tuxedo is a complete no no.

One thing important while wearing a tux is that treat it like it is a novelty and not some waiter like looking outfit. A tuxedo jacket is tailless dinner jacket and majority of them have a single button. So there are certain things that complete a tuxedo. A tuxedo jacket, either a peaked lapel or shawl collar, is good to go. Always see to it that buttons match the rest of the tuxedo. Also the trousers should be a perfect match with the rest of the tuxedo.

A proper waist-covering is a must for any tuxedo. It is quite traditional and will differ from the vest of a three piece suit. The cuts are low and wide. Also they show the front of the formal shirt. The formal shirt also comes in different collars. They have the wing collar and turn-down collar. Make sure that they are neat white without any lines. Make sure you get the right pair of cuff-lings and studs. Avoid those glittery studs.

Nice black shoes, a bow tie and a boutonnière and you are ready to hit the party.