A bow tie is always an excellent accessory to pair up with your tuxedo. While it is considered a flexible accessory, it should be paired up with the correct tux for the right occasions. A well-chosen bow tie brings the best out of your tux, helping you achieve an elegant and sophisticated look.
It's no secret that the tuxedo is synonymous with elegance and poise in the fashion department. While it's relatively easy to pair up with other garments, many people still have trouble choosing the best tux for the right occasion.
2020 played host to the globe-spanning COVID-19 pandemic that almost brought the entire planet to a standstill. Despite the challenges, various men's fashion trends emerged to become dominant across the world. Notable 2020 trends in men's wear included cross-body bags, Cuban collar shirts, and patchwork print.
The attire most often required at a traditional funeral is a formal black suit for men. This black-themed dress code typically applies to every attendee of the formal event, regardless of relationship, age, status, and other social distinctions.
Do you have a formal event coming up? You know, the type where you are expected to dress to the nines and look your very best? As exciting as these events may be, they can also be intimidating for those without much fashion expertise.
Nobody gets it more than we do, planning a wedding is hard work. You have to choose a venue, make a guest list, select the formal suits for the wedding, find the perfect set of rings, and so much more that it can be nerve-racking just to think about. But, what happens when above all this you add on the stress of having to postpone your wedding or make important changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic?
Chances are you’ve worn a tuxedo to a wedding, prom, or other formal events. But are you familiar with the history of the black-tie? For over a century, men have attended formal affairs donning a familiar outfit, yet few of us know of its origins.
People have different reactions when they get invited to a wedding: some are excited by the prospect of buying formal suits for a loved one's wedding, while others dread the bill that comes with travel, hotels, and divining what the right attire might be for a guest.
Of all the complicated plans that go into the time leading up to the main event, getting formal suits for your wedding probably doesn’t come near your list of top five concerns, especially in the time of COVID-19. In many ways, the pandemic has fundamentally changed the wedding industry, with restrictions on gatherings making it harder to plan a guest list and turning seating arrangement charts into a bigger nightmare than they already were.
While many of 2020’s summer weddings have been postponed due to COVID-19, we believe that it is never too early to start thinking about the perfect tux to wear when you walk down the aisle in your ideal summer wedding. While wedding dresses are the usual focal point of the wedding day attire, tuxedos and the fashion statements they make don’t have to be pushed to the side. Not today! We’re going to focus on the aesthetics of summer weddings, regardless of the year, and how you and every other summer groom should pick out their attire for the big day.
Whether you are going to a formal gathering, planning your graduation party, or anything in between, tuxedos are an essential tool for looking sharp, sleek, and professional. Today, we’re going to drop some tips for getting the perfect tux for both comfort and style this summer.