When it comes to your suit or tuxedo, you probably know that fit is important, and you don’t want to sabotage your look by taking the wrong measurements.
While most of your bruhs will cluelessly dress themselves in the shiniest materials they can find, you will arrive in the prom tux 2019 will be known for—the outfit of legends.
You’re getting dressed, and you’ve got both a bow tie and a necktie hanging in your closet. Whether you know it or not, you’ve probably already chosen which one will see daylight (or… nightlight?).
Tuxedo shirt styles are like forearm tattoos: painstakingly detailed, and usually covered by a jacket. Unlike tattoos, (most) tux shirt styles do not require laser removal if they don’t turn out the way you expect. Still, you’ll save time and money by getting your tux shirt—and your ink—right the first time. We can help with the shirt.
When we started designing our new Fall/Winter collection, we knew we wanted to not just capture a season, but a whole vibe. And for us, the end of the year is all about one thing: parties.
Our Customer Care team answers a lot of questions, but there’s one they hear more frequently than most: “What’s your most popular suit and tuxedo?”
Navigating the wide variety of tuxedo styles available can feel overwhelming, leading otherwise stylish guys to revert to the same old looks.
If wearing a bow tie leaves you with more knots in your stomach than around your neck, you’re not alone.
Buttons pull your look together in the most literal way possible, but the number of jacket buttons can vary from style to style. Why?
Shoes are your outfit’s foundation. They can make or break your look, which is why we offer so many shoe options for rent. But as you know, mo’ choices mo’ problems.