Welcome to Wing Tips, our simple solutions to common style questions, and relief for the minor pain points of getting ready.
In 1839, the game of baseball was born in New York. About 50 years later and 3 hours down the road, the tuxedo was invented. Exactly 125 years after the first tuxedo, The Black Tux was founded here in California.
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Good news, Bay Area people: you can now visit The Black Tux IRL. Our showroom just opened up in Jackson Square, and we couldn’t be more excited to call San Francisco home.
Longer days call for a lighter color palette and chill vibes only. Here are the shades, textures, and moods inspiring us this summer wedding season.
What do tarot cards, tea leaves, and Magic 8 Balls have in common? Answer: They are all straight-up garbage compared to our Wedding Hashtag Test when it comes to predicting how successful your future marriage will be.
Like a very personal, awkward reality show, you’ve narrowed your best friends down to a group of five (or so) to be your groomsmen. The hardest part is over, but you still need to figure out what they’ll wear for your wedding.
Not sure what to wear to your next event? The answer is in the stars. Brew up some magic tea, roll out your Mexican blanket, grab a few crystals, and select your zodiac sign below. The planets will align to reveal the best suit or tuxedo for you.
An occasional series wherein we ask our team of putative formalwear experts to properly pronounce some of the trickiest formalwear terms. (Spoiler: results vary.) Our shame is your gain.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve been learning how to tie a bow tie on-again/off-again for at least 5 years. That’s not because it’s really that difficult—you probably just don’t wear a bow tie very often. Or maybe when you have, it’s been pre-tied.