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?). That’s because the other pieces of your outfit often dictate the right neckwear for your look.
Are you best man material? The party animal? The social media king? Or maybe you’re the groomsman who’s going to get drunk and accidentally set the entire wedding on fire. Take this quiz to find out.
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.
Any time someone asks me what I do and I tell them I work at an online suit and tuxedo rental company, the immediate response is, “That’s so cool!” followed quickly by, “But wait—how do you fit people online?!”
The 1970s were a time of bold fashion choices: feathered hair, zip-up jumpsuits, big bell bottoms, chest-baring tops, endless polyester—and we’re just talking about men’s style.
If wearing a bow tie leaves you with more knots in your stomach than around your neck, you’re not alone. There’s so much to consider when choosing the right bow tie—shape, color, tie fabric—and that’s to say nothing of overcoming an irrational fear of tying the damn thing. But your decision doesn’t have to be that complicated.
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. It’s not always simple deciding which shoes will work best with your outfit, so let’s make it easier. Read on to choose the best shoes for your suit.
We know: it’s July, you’re melting into a sweat puddle, and you can’t imagine wearing anything with sleeves. But we’re here to tell you that great things are on the horizon—and we’re not just talking about cooler weather.
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A lot goes into the perfect suit: fabric, lapel style, buttons—just, a lot. But before it can reach its full potential, your suit has to fit. Whether you need to overhaul an off-the-rack jacket or you’re just dialing in the fit of your rental tux pants, that probably means visiting a tailor.