If you want to be in good spirits wearing a Tuxedo suit you should avoid the time-tested traditional penguin suit in black. If you feel like you want to give it a more spirited look, ask your tailor to give you a thinner than usual lapel. A slimmer stance at the lapel area will make you look much sexier and ladies would turn their heads.
Again, to be in good spirits wearing a Tuxedo suit, you should avoid the tuxedo jacket in the plain traditional black. A white tuxedo jacket, while harder to pull off, makes a more stylish statement than traditional black. However a key factor in choosing a color jacket is your complexion and what will harmonize well with your skin tone.
It is during traditional season, which is between Memorial Day and Labor Day that most men want to wear light colored tuxedo suits. There is also the belief never to wear white tuxedo suits after Labor Day. Tan is one color tuxedo suit often worn by many professionals during the traditional season.
Most people looking for a color tuxedo suit favor olive to wear during fall. Navy blue is also a great tuxedo color to wear during the fall and it is also an ideal color to wear during winter. Those interested in finding a color universally appropriate for all seasons can settle for a charcoal colored tuxedo suit.
You could instruct the tailor to switch up the fabric on the lapel to something lustrous like satin, which will give you an attention-grabbing glow. As a matter of fact, you could even buy yourself a velvet jacket. A velvet jacket is certainly a lot more daring and to heighten the effect, you could opt for a simple white shirt and a black tie. Tuxedos shirts are unique and generally have a finer finish than the standard shirts you wear everyday.
You can choose a plain vanilla white shirt or to appear in good spirits - select a shirt that is of another color, light blue or pale yellow. A color shirt will be perceptible to make you stand out, but the color should be light enough not to clash horribly with everything else.
A bow tie need not necessarily be the standard commonplace one everyone wears. It could be a big, flamboyant bow tie that makes you look strikingly different. Likewise, a bow tie could also be unusually thin to draw similar attention. But from all the choices, it is your personal taste and preference that will decide which bow tie works.
There are people who dispense with the bow tie altogether and wear instead a long, slim tie. Like the velvet tux jacket, this is a bold and unorthodox choice but you can certainly try it out. With all the options at your command, you can also solicit advice from the tailor as he is expected to know a lot more about current trends and fashion.