We can provide you novelty tuxedos in a wide range of colors, most popular are pink and baby blue, but these should not be considered appropriate for a semi formal occasion. Many people wear adornments with their tuxedos, such as fancy cufflinks or handkerchiefs in the breast pocket, and in most circles this is considered perfectly acceptable.
Tuxedos are made of wool, while polyester or wool-polyester blends are generally considered sub-par. Thread count varies from worsted wool at 60-75 threads per inch, all the way up to 120 threads per inch, by fine names such as Lubiam and Andrew Fezza. The number of buttons on the tuxedo is a matter of personal preference; many people consider more buttons to appear more fashionable, but a single or dual buttoned jacket is much more traditional in appearance.
You know tuxedo in the closet most of the year as certain styles are versatile enough to dress down by eliminating the traditional white tux shirt and bow tie. Double-breasted tuxedos come in different styles like black wool 10-button double-breasted tuxedo, black cotton sheer shirt, diamond shirt stud, 18-k gold "love" ring, Traditional Double Breasted Peak, Double Breasted Notch, Double Breasted Shawl.
The tailcoat is the quintessential symbol of English formality. It doesn't button in front, but it has buttons on the back should you wish to attach your sword. The peaked-lapel one-button tuxedo is usually worn with a vest. Shawl-lapel dinner jackets may be worn with a vest or a cummerbund. Please remember, when wearing a cummerbund, the folds point up so you can slip in your opera tickets.
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