Waistcoat Tips with a Tuxedo
Men in tuxedos are always an interesting sight. But because it isn’t a very common thing to see men in a waistcoat or vest (at least not anymore nowadays), not everyone who wears a tuxedo knows how to dress right. This is very unfortunate for them because when men wear a tuxedo, women will immediately be attracted to them. But if they don’t know what to wear the tuxedo with, they end up with disappointed dates.
Here are some tips that you can follow when wearing a waistcoat with your rental tuxedo:
When to Wear a Vest
It is very disappointing to see men wearing a waistcoat with just about any tuxedo. Unfortunately, the right way to wear a waistcoat is when you’re wearing it with a single-breasted tux. This is mainly to conceal the visible white fabric between your waistband and jacket button.
Choose the Right Size
When you wear a vest with a tuxedo, it can instantly make your whole look sharper. However, you have to see to it that your waistcoat has been fully tailored to your size. If it doesn’t, the effect will reveal itself when you’re standing up or sitting down.
You need to match the lining of the tuxedo along with the color you use for the back part of the waistcoat. This is simply because when you mix different colors, it will not look smart or elegant; especially for a black tie event.
What Not to Do
Cummerbunds, together with waistcoats, are currently becoming a trend. But this doesn’t mean you should wear them both at the same time. Otherwise, you will be overly decorative and end up mismatched.
When you wear a tuxedo, you make yourself look sharp and presentable. If you are unable to wear it right, you’ll clash and people will not think you are as smooth as you dress. Check out our collection of tuxedos to wear for a special occasion. Suits for rent in Arizona
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