Nobody wants to spend more than they have to on their wedding. The trick is how to do that without looking cheap. It helps to know that some upscale elements of a wedding don't cost as much as you might expect.
Tuxedo The groom, or his groomsmen, might want to consider buying his tux instead of renting. "It's less hassle [than renting]," says wedding planner Marcy Blum. "You get the color and style you want. You look more elegant."
That's about what I spent for a tux at a local department store at the dawn of my peer group's wedding era about seven years ago. Through the years it has saved me time at rental shops and countless dollars. Unless you're break dancing at receptions, there's little wear and tear on tuxes, so you can expect it to last through many a "Hokey Pokey."
typical Tuxedo is a light weight midnight blue or black
wool suit, which denotes a formal dress, as a single
breasted with a single button stance, peaked-lapel coat
and matching pants with side seams decorated with an
inch wide ribbon, identical to lapel facing. The suit
is worn with a white shirt, linked cuffs, black bow
tie, cummerbund and neat black shoes.
to Choose a Tuxedo Formal Wear?
Tuxedo's history dates back from 1860, worn by the Royal
people of United Kingdom. Tuxedos are excellent suits
that can be worn for a simple dinner party when you
go out with your family and friends. It gives you a
smart and semi-formal look.
Our MensUSA.com has a wide collection of Tuxedos for our valuable customers,
which includes excellent black Tuxedo
long suits, available in 5 button notch
in single and double breasted styles. We also have Alberto
Cellini Tuxedo zoot in white and black colors with 3
buttons and Bow Tie.
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collar available in red, khaki, olive green, black,
white and off white colors. Order your classy Tuxedo
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