How To Wear A Tuxedo

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Published on March 23, 2015

In fact, black tie evolved from what was, at the time, fairly relaxed evening attire. The tailless tuxedo jacket gets its name from Tuxedo Park, an early 20th century enclave of trendsetting, fashion-forward New York swells.

The highest formal dress for the evening follows the “white tie” dress code, a similar but distinct set of clothing. In dress code terms, black tie is evening semi-formal attire. Which leads us to another important point…

The usual rule of thumb is that you dress for the end time of an event. So a long ceremony that starts in the afternoon and ends after dark is tuxedo-appropriate, but one that starts in the morning and ends in the afternoon when the sun is up is not.

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  1. walkertexasranger

    Nice to know. Although I personally think that a tux looks so much nicer with a vest. That really pulls it together and gives it a more classy aesthetic. When I see these things I imagine prom from like the 80’s. Not my style I guess.

  2. Ahmad Hafizuddin Bin Ismail

    Well I don’t wear tuxedo that often when I do, I definitely wear them with a vest. Anyway I’m sure that this will come handy to me soon.

  3. ZXD22

    Well short video explaining how to quickly and briefly wear a tux. I had to wear one last year to prom and it was a success! I remember one of my friends actually had a messed up bow tie so he looked funny haha! Good video!

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