Tuxedo Stores In New Jersey
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Formal Wear Designers To Look For In Most NJ Tuxedo Rental Stores:
Look for popular tuxedos from Andrew Fezza, Tallia, Ralph Lauren, Perry Ellis, Zanieri, Enzo, Calvin Klein, Carlo Scotti, Claiborn, Classix, Devon Michaels, Emanuel Ungaro, Enrico Valaenti, Fubu, Geoffrey Beene, Giorgio Armani, Jean Yves, Oscar De La Renta, Joseph Abboud, Geoffrey Beene, Hugo Boss, Bill Bass & Brandon Michael.
Different Tuxedo Styles For Different Formal Wear Events In NJ:
Traditional formal wear attire has remained fairly constant over the years. So, if you want to be more traditional in your approach, read further and learn more about the trends in formal wear fashion and traditional styles for your particular special occasion.
Weddings tuxedo styles can be influenced by the geographic location of a wedding and the theme of the event.
The traditional dress for a formal noon wedding ceremony is a black or gray cutaway coat and the appropriate striped trousers in black and gray or black and white. Usually the shirt is a white wing shirt, gray vest and a four-in-hand tie. The groomsmen and the groom should all be dressed the same, however the groom may opt to have a different color tie (black, gray, or white) from his groomsmen to distinguish him from the rest of the party. If you decide to wear a cutaway suit or stroller (semi-formal suit jacket), wear black pants without the satin stripe going down the sides, or even gray or gray and black pinstriped pants.
For a traditional evening wedding that is very formal, the groom may select a full dress coat with tails, a white pique shirt and vest with matching white bow tie. All the men in the wedding party including the fathers of the bride and groom should wear the same attire as the groom. This is usually the most formal wedding. Invitations may read "white tie", inviting the guests to also wear formal tuxedos to the event.
For a nighttime contemporary wedding, the groom might select a traditional black tux, white shirt, vest, cummerbund, and tie that coordinates with the bridesmaids' dresses.
Prom Tuxedos have seen many style changes over the years. The best choice is to select a style and accessories that personify you and your date's preferences. Coordinating colors with your date is always a recommended. If your date is wearing ivory, choose an ivory shirt instead of white. Tails or traditional, select the tuxedo that you feel comfortable in and makes you look your best.
If you are considering a tuxedo rental for a cruise or corporate event, read the invitation closely and wear a tux that best fits your body and the theme of the special event. A safe choice would be sticking to the traditional black tuxedo.. The most important thing to remember is to ensure the store fits you properly and the style is comfortable so you can enjoy yourself and feel great about how you look.
Choosing The Best Tuxedo Rental For A Specific Body Type:
There are different tux styles such as lapel styles, coat lengths, coat colors, silhouettes and button counts, plus many other variations of style. Below is a guide on what may look best on your particular body type.
Shorter Framed Grooms:
If you have a shorter body type, you should try a single-breasted jacket with long lines, a low button stance, which elongates the body, and wide peak lapels. In contrast, you can also try a cropped jacket, which sometimes elongates the body of a shorter man.
If you would like something with a little more style, you could wear a double-breasted tuxedo with a patterned vest and tie.
Selecting the right pant style is important as well. A reverse double-pleated pant leg should always break slightly on top of the shoe and angle a bit downward in the back. Pants that are too short will make you appear even shorter, and will direct the eye downward.
Short, Larger Frame Grooms:
If you have more of an athletic or muscular body type, you will probably look best in a tuxedo jacket with a slim shawl collar. The top button should fall at the small of the waist to give your upper body a slimmer appearance.
Also, choose jackets with a natural shoulder line and avoid the more broad European styles. Don't wear anything with an accentuated shoulder. It will only make you appear wider on top.
When choosing pants, reverse double-pleated trousers with pleats extending toward the pockets will probably give you the best comfort and style. Pants should extend as low as possible on the foot, angled slightly in the back to elongate the leg. Be sure to avoid too much of a break on the foot, otherwise the pant will look sloppy.
Taller Bigger Framed Groom:
Men with broad shoulders and muscular bodies look best in double breasted jackets or shawl collar tuxedos.
Make sure the jacket length reaches to the tips of your fingers when you are in a nice relaxed stance. Also, your shirt cuffs should extend at least one half inch beyond the jacket sleeve. This will give your body a longer, leaner look.
Again, make sure you are comfortable in the jacket. It should not feel restrictive or pull anywhere under the arms, front or back.
Large necks should avoid thin ties and you might want to consider a lay down collar as well.
Pants should have a small break on top of their shoes with a slight angle in the back.
Taller, Slender Groom:
Lucky for you because you will look good in just about every tuxedo style. However, an especially good choice is a double-breasted tuxedo with slightly broad shoulders and a suppressed waist.
Jacket buttons, which are higher up on the waistline, are a good choice and a high shoulder line is better than a natural one.
Your formal wear should fit you well, with no pulling or binding. It should feel comfortable and free but fitted, enabling the suit to follow the lines of the body and your pants should have a higher-rise with a bit more of a partition.
If you want to add some more accessories to your tux, you can add vests, ties, and cummerbunds in a variety of colors and designs.