Men’s Fashion Suits – Wearing a Tuxedo For a Formal Event
A tuxedo is a full formal black tie gown, worn for most occasions except for dinner and black tie cocktail events. Black tie is now a semi-formal Western wear code for formal evening social events, dating back to early American and British gatherings for formal dress on the 19th century. In British English, the term for tuxedo is usually called dinner jacket or the dinner outfit.
The suit jacket is the top part of any tuxedo; it is usually a buttoned coat that is trimmed with satin or silk. The traditional black-tie wedding attire is usually a dark colored jacket or a dark coloured or crewnecked suit. Tuxedos are often worn to wedding ceremonies, black-tie dinners and other important and highly formal occasions. Many people wear tuxedos because they look very imposing, which can be why it is common for business men to wear tuxedos when attending important meetings.
The basic difference between a tuxedo and a simple dinner jacket is that a tuxedo has a jacket that goes all the way up to the top of the pants, whereas a dinner jacket just has a belt and suspenders at the bottom. It is best to choose a color for your pants and shirt in the same color as your jacket; black is the traditional color of a tuxedo, and a white shirt is the most informal choice for a dinner jacket. Tuxedos are worn on a special night in honor, like a wedding or anniversary, when you want everyone to notice you.