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Midnight Navy Tux v Black Tux

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Perdogg, Jan 10, 2013.

  1. Patek

    Patek Senior member

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    I have a midnight blue Kiton tux that I have yet to find the opportunity to wear. Of course, before I purchased it, I had invited that I had to turn down because I did not have a tux. Murphy's law...
     
  2. Moloch38

    Moloch38 Senior member

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    I'm not saying to wear in the winter, but a ivory DJ with midnight blue pants. Its a black scarf he's wearing. Agree on the watch. No beuno, but he is wearing a cumberbund in the other photos.
     
  3. Robert Glenn

    Robert Glenn Well-Known Member

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    Midnight blue color is far good as compare to black, I am a fan of wearing midnight blue tuxedo. It looks blacker than black and also add different colors in your personality with impact of light, you'll see Daniel Craig tuxedo in Macau in his recent movie was also giving a brown color as well as dark green color. here you can see

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  4. Superfluous

    Superfluous Senior member

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    To reopen this...

    Any opinions on satin color for a midnight navy tuxedo? Black or midnight navy to match the rest of the tuxedo?
     
  5. burghler

    burghler Senior member

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    I think it's more 'classic' for the facings to be black, even with a midnight blue tux. But based on pictures (I don't own a black tie rig), I prefer the facings in the same color as the jacket.

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  6. clotheshorse69

    clotheshorse69 Senior member

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    Black velvet or sharkskin
     

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