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Wedding Tux Advice

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Pistol_Pete, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. bigbadbuff

    bigbadbuff Senior member

    Aug 22, 2002
  2. WJTW

    WJTW Well-Known Member

    Oct 17, 2004
    I definitely agree that a classic tuxedo looks much better than the one Pistol_Pete mentioned (in After Hours).

    But there is still something that I don't quite like about it: the number of buttons. One button just does not seem right to me... too few. Yes, yes, I am always talking about the number of buttons. Perhaps it is my fickle mind.

    Nothing against the other parts of a tuxedo, though. I especially like to see the sheen on the lapels as well as strip running down the side of the trousers. And yes, I like the cloth-wrapped buttons. Before I actually saw one face-to-face, I actually thought they were 'faceless buttons'...

    Still, perhaps the tuxedo should have something that stands out from the rest of the black-tie wearing crowd, although I cannot think of anything at the moment.

    Speaking of standing out, how about wearing tails for your wedding, Pistol_Pete? Do you guys think it is a good idea? Perhaps not, although it will definitely stand out, and white-tie looks good, too.

  3. Concordia

    Concordia Senior member

    Oct 6, 2004
    Evening dress (or dinner dress) is a uniform. White tie only if everyone else is doing it.

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