Men's Tuxedos
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Black Dinner Jacket 100% Poly 1 Button Shawl Collar $149
Men's 2-button Black Tuxedo $149
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When we think about formal wear, Tuxedos is the first name which comes into our mind. It might be little bit tough to decide when to put on a tuxedo. Tuxedos can be worn when the invitation states Formal, Black Tie, Black Tie Invited or Black Tie Optional. It could be worn during opening of the opera, ballet or symphony, Ball or formal dance, Formal dinner party or reception, dinner at a formal restaurant.

Tips to Pull Off a Tuxedo

Looking elegant in Tuxedos becomes much simpler task when proper attention is given to basic details. Given below are few tips that would help to solve your problem.

The foremost thing that we should keep in our mind is, not all formal wear should be considered as Tuxedos or “tux”. Neither “White tie and tails” nor “cut-a-ways” are similar to Tuxedos. Long back, celebrities used to wear dark suits with weird-cut silk lapels and four-in-hand ties to the Oscars. Later, wearing these kinds of outfits became trend, and non-celebrity men started wearing this outfit to their wedding. These outfits also can’t be referred to as Tuxedos.


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 type, single-breasted tuxedo is considered as more formal.


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.


For Tuxedo, a white shirt with French cuffs and cuff links are the perfect match. 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 suit best are usually white or possibly red. Avoid colorful shirts that have too much design. Cummerbunds should match the fabric on the man's jacket and the pleats should face up.

Turn-down or wing collar is apt. A black bow tie is alone perfect with a tuxedo . A red or white tie, a four-in-hand or western bolos with a longhorn skull would look odd. Don’t put on clip-on bow ties, instead tie yourself.

Cummerbunds or low-cut waistcoats:

Tuxedos are put off with cummerbunds or low-cut waistcoats. A cummerbund is a broad sash, especially one that is pleated lengthwise and worn as a waistband. It is worn with the pleats facing up. For cummerbund, black or burgundy is will be a right choice.


Tuxedo accessories include cummerbund with the pleats facing up, shoes in black patent leather, and the bow tie that matches the cummerbund. If you opt for a vest instead of cummerbund, wear a necktie that suits the vest. Top hat and gloves are inappropriate with a tuxedo .

Style Tips:

Double-breasted styles suits trimmer men, while single button styles are the most flattering and traditional. Products