Tuxedo Rentals for weddings, black tie ceremonies, proms, quinceañeras. Jacket and Pants only and Rental Packages that include tuxedo shirt, vests, bow ties, cummerbunds, pocket squares, studs & links and shoes.
There are three classic styles in men’s tuxedos. Let us help you decide which one is best for your event.
Setting /Occasion (where to wear it): Every-day business suit, interview suit, can’t-go-wrong wardrobe staple, chick-magnet ensemble for the bar.
Body Type (who should wear it): All body types. And while not a black-and-white rule, slim notch lapels will tend to flatter and maintain the proportions of a slimmer frame.
Type of Suit (what to wear it on): Ideal for single-breasted suits, blazers and sport coats. Not recommended for double-breasted suits and tuxedos.
Setting /Occasion (where to wear it): Weddings, formal dinners, black tie events. Peak lapels are good to go to the office.
Body Type (who should wear it): For those looking for some added height, the points of this style can create an elongating effect by moving the eyes upwards towards the shoulders. The elongating effect also has a slimming effect, so larger gents might want to give this a try as well.Type of Suit (what to wear it on): Double-breasted suit will almost always have peak lapels. They are also appropriate on single-breasted suits and you’ll often see these lapels on pinstriped fabrics.
Setting /Occasion (where to wear it): Black tie events, red carpet galas and weddings.
Body Type (who should wear it): Most body types. Not recommended if you have an extremely round face or body as the rounded lapel will accentuate those features by mimicking it. Instead, opt for a peak or notch lapel with more jagged lines instead.
Type of Suit (what to wear it on): Ideal for tuxedos.
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