TUXEDO SUITS FOR MEN


When it comes to suits, a man can never have too many.  There just ...
When it comes to suits, a man can never have too many.  There just has always been something especially attractive about these outfits, which appeal to men around the world of all ages.This kind of attire projects professionalism and gives its wearer a very distinct and smart look.From the common man to superstars to entrepreneurs, mens suits have always been, and will always be, in popular demand.
 
With the latest changes in fashion and trends, the demand for tuxedo suits has significantly increased.A tuxedo suit, also known as a dinner jacket, is similar to a semi-formal suit.They are particularly black in color, sport lapels, and are typically worn with a white shirt and black bow tie.They are made of wool or polyester fabrics of the best quality (imported by vendors like us).
 
The demand for tuxedo suits are high during wedding seasons as well.Their unique style and varied colors make it the perfect outfit for weddings and festivals.
 

CLASSIC TWO BUTTON


No man’s wardrobe should be without a classic two-button tuxedo, as it n...
No man’s wardrobe should be without a classic two-button tuxedo, as it never goes out of style.Another good buy is our imported fabric, self-striped tuxedos (as seen above).They provide the wearer that ultimate trendy look for any occasion, and pays for itself when worn only once or twice a year.
Whether you wear it with a bow tie or a regular tie, be prepared to be complimented on your great, new suit!

ORIGIN OF THE TUXEDO


The story of the tuxedo begins in the summer of 1886 in Tuxedo Park, New...
The story of the tuxedo begins in the summer of 1886 in Tuxedo Park, New York- a small town forty miles north of New York City.Pierre Lorillard IV, a blueblood New Yorker, sought something less formal than his usual tail-coats to wear to the annual Autumn Ball.
So, he commissioned a tailor to prepare several black, tailless jackets, which were to be modeled after the scarlet riding jackets then popular with British foxhunters.
There is some evidence to suggest that Lorillard was inspired by the fashionable Edward VII, who, as the Prince of Wales, had ordered the tails be cut from his coat during a visit to INDIA because of the oppressive heat.On the night of the ball, Pierre suddenly experienced a lack of daring and declined to wear the jacket of his own design.
However, his son, Griswold, and several of Griswold’s friends, donned the tailless, black dinner jackets, and, with a nod to the British riding coats that had inspired the creation, wore also scarlet vests to complete the outfit.The informal wear was a hit, was copied, and eventually became standard evening attire.And the outfit took its name from the town in which it debuted-Tuxedo Park.


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