During the starting of 1800s, there took place further progression in the design of Male's Fit when the British men became more innovative from the People from France custom of gilded design. The activity of Male's suit further innovative during the 1940's and 1950's when the men outfit modified with lesser lapels and reduced suit layers with immediately reduces in the latter aspect of Sixties. The removal of double-breasted matches soon occurred during Sixties. Innovative changes in the Male's suit took place in 1970 is which is generally known as disco era. Male's suit again shifted back again to simpleness during 80's with the release of Twice and two-piece individual breasted matches and quit of three-piece matches. In the later aspect of the ten decades of Modern day, the three option two-piece suit for men became a stylish pattern but now this style is also dropping its glow. Whatever be the fashion, men stand strong when it comes to color choices.
Purple is a color that is considered a color that is not friendly with men as it is more associated with women and their selection of wardrobe essentials. Women will feel more comfortable wearing anything that is of purple while men might not like this idea even if they don't have any other better choices. Men might go on with some simple formal wear rather than choosing to wear purple tuxedo that are costly and made to fit them perfectly with custom tailoring. The reason behind this aversion is the feel that this is a womanly color and it is not a good choice for a masculine look. Even if some men go for this color it might be for some theme parties of Halloween parties that might want them to be dressed in some different clothing than normal. No one will be interested to look like a pimp wearing those purple tuxedos.