Here’s the thing about tuxedos. In this day and time, as we have told you before, the old rules do not necessarily apply. You can accentuate your personal style in many ways. Now, by that we do not mean being sloppy, figuratively or literally. If you’re going to make it your own, do it with some style, some coolness factor, and some elegance.
So, you’ve gotten an invitation for a wedding in June. This will probably not be the last invitation you get either. You might be going as a guest; you might be a groomsman; or, hey, you may be the groom, but we’re probably not talking to you right now, because the bride has already told you what you will be wearing, and that really goes for the groomsmen, as well.
This is going to be the time when you can pull out all the stops and have fun while looking sharp as heck. What you are going for is the most stylish, celebratory, and handsome version of yourself you can accomplish. The least casual you can go is a suit (dressy or casual, depending on the venue), and otherwise a tuxedo. All the clothes we are going to suggest will work, but be sure to look carefully at the “attire specifications” on the invitation.
One look that we think is really happening is the shawl collar tuxedo. But, here’s the thing, you could style it like a suit. We know, sounds radical, but if it fits perfectly, and you choose the right accessories, it could be right on. Try a colorful bow tie, suede shoes, and for that Big Apple look, suede shoes with no socks. We know, your mom just fainted.
One of the easiest ways to make your tux come alive is to leave the white shirt on the hanger and go for a brightly colored shirt. Think powder blue, pink, gray, or tan. And, yes, you can always know that polished, black lace-ups are a perfect match for a tuxedo. But, who said everything had to be a perfect match? The big city boys are wearing suede slipper loafers in different colors, and the look is hot. Then you can pair them with your fancy jeans after the occasion.
Hold onto your hats, because this next suggestion is going to knock your socks off, if you are wearing any. Charcoal gray and dark blue are good suit colors, but just the right plaid suit could also make a very good statement. It’s young; it’s daring; it’s fun. Pair it with a different patterned tie and pocket handkerchief!
More and more men are wearing khaki suits to weddings, and that’s a good choice. You can be dressed up and cool as a cucumber, all at the same time. Boat shoes, a pocket square and a patterned bow tie will pull it all together.
Guess what? You do not have to go to one of those stuffy, corny big box stores, like Men’s Warehouse. Rose Tuxedo in Phoenix can take care of all of this for you. Their prices will always be below the big box’s price. Call or come in, they are waiting to help you, and they know all about these cool new looks.
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