I thought that even a midnight tux was supposed to have black facings, no?
That being said, I've never heard it referred to as "midnight tie", lol so you should be fine.
Edited by TimelesStyle - 9/19/13 at 6:58am
Half-canvassed suit from a Thai MTM. They managed to deliver it within a week with the requested lowered button stance and wider peak lapels. There are some issues with the shoulder divots but I can't really complain given the relatively low price. I'll see what I can do about the trouser lengths before the event.
The event is described as black tie but it's definitely treated more like a prom or high school formal by many of the attendees. Every year, there's photos of law students rocking up in business suits, striped shirts, grey polyester "tuxedos" from H&M, ill-fitting black suits, long ties and alot of rentals.Tuxedos and proper black tie attire are definitely in the minority.
Sleeve pitch looks off, given the twisting/wrinkling down the arms.
Also, look into having the sleeves at the right length. One seems longer than the other.
Tuck the PS in to only show about 1/4 inch. This will increase the look of this rig a lot
Others have mentioned the trouser length, as it stands, it looks like a rented piece they made work for you. (this is the perception I get)
The trousers should have no break, and just a clean drape. It will be magnificent!
Overall it has a lot of potential to be outstanding! Just minor tweaks that a tailor should be able to do in a few days or so.