A Guide to the Tuxedo Look

A Guide to the Tuxedo Look

When it comes to a tuxedo look there are literally thousands of styles and colours available. There are even tuxedo dresses for men, which is often seen as a more conservative fashion choice. As such this article will look at just how versatile tuxedo style can be. I will also look at how you can use the tuxedo as part of an ensemble that looks elegant. Hopefully in this article you will find that you are able to use the tuxedo to complement any ensemble, whether that is your outfit or something else.

When going to the office or attending a formal evening attire function, a tuxedo style is often seen as a sign of wealth and status. However in the past it was often seen as being associated with men who were upper class, which was due to the way they dressed. As women’s liberation began to become more prominent, tuxedo look lost some of its traditional associations. As such whilst you may still have this associated with being a man, you are more likely to be seen wearing the look by men than women. Whilst you will still be able to see a woman in the same room with a man wearing a tuxedo it is more common to see a man doing this than it is to see a woman in one.

When wearing the tuxedo look it is important to ensure you have enough accessories that compliment the style and colour scheme. This includes matching shoes and cufflinks. It is also important to choose a tuxedo which compliments your clothing. There are many ways to do this, but if you want to use the tuxedo as part of an ensemble then the best way to ensure you have an outfit that will match the look is to choose your trousers and suit. By choosing trousers which are fitted you are able to keep the style and colour scheme of the tuxedo as simple as possible. Remember that whilst tuxedo trousers are not exactly low rise trousers, they will be of a similar length and therefore will compliment the style quite nicely.