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I think my hesistance has a little more to do with only the traditions and rules. It's also that I personally would wear a suit to a day wedding and that's how I would likely feel most comfortable, but that I definitely want the bride to be happy as well.
Thanks for your responses! Taking daytime and evening photos is a good idea, and is probably going to be the best solution. I don’t think I’ll end up splurging on a cut, but the idea is fun.   By the way, the groomsmen will be wearing lounge suits. In any case, none of us are wearing rental clothes or color-coordinated outfits or the like. Fortunately, the bride hasn’t suggested anything like that.
Well, my wedding day is coming up, and my bride sure has her heart set on me wearing my tuxedo. I’ve never worn it in the daytime before and it feels a bit odd to me; I would just assume wear my navy three-piece suit. She points out that my tuxedo is the most formal outfit I own. The wedding starts at 2 in the afternoon, there will be a reception outside afterwards, and later there will be an evening dinner and party late into the night. My idea is to wear my suit to the...
The problem is, First Class shipping isn't offered an option for all countries. If you want a tie shipped to France, for example, then you can pay 5 dollars shipping, but if you want it shipped to Germany (where I live), then you have to pay 43 dollars shipping. I was going to try out one of his ties but those shipping costs made me have second thoughts.
Thanks for the feedback... yes, there's also a matching black waistcoat.
What do guys think about wearing a tuxedo / dinner jacket with (a) black highly polished cap toe oxfords, (b) covered placket white French cuff shirt and (c) black silk knots (!!) ?   Yes, yes, the proper dinner shoes, shoes, shirt, studs and cufflinks are missing. My question is not if this is really proper but (assuming the tuxedo fits well and the bow-tie is self-tied) what you would think if you saw someone wearing this combination.  
Yes, I like it. The reddish-green pattern could be perfect for a Christmas party.
If you can't feel comfortable closing the bottom button on a shirt, there's a problem.
Of course I meant "ultra" (not "ulta")
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