18 Dec Define Your Groom Savvy Style at NYB&G in Charlotte
Stephen Geoffrey, style 382: This Slate Blue Aspen stylish tuxedo offers a fresh blast of color that appeals to a wide variety of skin tones. Seductively tailored in 100% worsted wool, this slim fit tux offers notched lapels with satin edges, exuding luxury and comfort. If you have only considered black, white, tan or navy, New York Bride & Groom has a plethora of exciting options to discover.
Your tuxedo will be on par with your bride’s ensemble when you choose one of the designer options from New York Bride & Groom Charlotte. Enjoy the expansive selection from Jim’s Formal Wear and take these jacket fitting tips below into account:
BUTTON YOUR JACKET!
During a fitting, make sure you button your jacket. If it produces a very defined hour glass shape, the coat may be too tight. If it looks ‘boxy,’ it may be too big. No matter whether you are slim, stocky or muscular, a properly fitted jacket will taper just slightly at the waist.
HOW MANY BUTTONS SHOULD BE BUTTONED?
You should never button all of the buttons on your tuxedo coat! As a general rule, you should leave the bottom button undone. This rule applies if you are wearing a two, three, four or five button coat. If you’re wearing a one button style, however, you should button the one button!
PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR SHOULDERS…
The shoulder padding of your tuxedo jacket should not extend beyond the tip of your shoulders and hang down your arm. If so, your jacket is too big! Conversely, if a significant crease or roll appears below the jacket collar in back, your jacket may be too small. Check out more great fit tips from Jim’s Formal Wear
Ike Behar, Style 751: This sexy Ultra-slim Waverly offers self-piped besom pockets and a self-shawl lapel edged in black satin for the ultimate contrast. This modern design is eye-catching and unique, offering an exciting twist to a classic favourite. Trying something new is a positive way to customize your wedding look.
Wedding shopping is not strictly for the ladies. After all, you and your crew have to look equally as divine on your big day. New York Bride & Groom keeps things easy as far as tuxedo shopping goes. Our separate tuxedo department is under the same roof to enable you and your groomsmen the ultimate privacy when the ladies are choosing bridesmaid dresses and a wedding gown. NYB&G is your magical one stop bridal shop! Stop by without an appointment today! In the mean time, check out these style tips:
THE CLASSIC TUX
Since the 19th Century in the resort town of Tuxedo Park, the tux has been the key component of formalwear. It’s similar to a suit, but with a couple important differences: satin or grosgrain lapels (shawl or peak) and trouser stripes that contrast with the base fabric, and killer buttons (usually satin like the lapel). Tuxes are typically black, but they don’t have to be. A traditional tux is one of the easy options—but still one of many, as you’ll see ahead.
THE TUXEDO SHIRT
Tuxedo shirts (or formal or dinner shirts) have come a long way from their original, extremely starched state. Still, the front panel (the part you see from under the jacket) comes with an extra panel of cotton for added opacity, sometimes with pleats. Or if you’re really bold—or just arrived from 1976—ruffles.
First used by English officers as an easy alternative to the waistcoat, it has become an essential piece. It creates a smooth line at your belly, it keeps your shirt tucked in, it looks damn fine with a bow tie, and it catches crumbs. Though a lot of guys don’t wear them anymore, true black tie calls for either a cummerbund or a vest (unless you’re wearing a double-breasted tux). No shirt should be visible beneath the button of your dinner jacket. Discover more Groom fashion compliments of Esquire
Michael Kors, style 472: This Sterling Wedding Suit offers a fresh, uncomplicated style that is classic and sophisticated. The luxurious Venetian Super 130’s wool is ideal for a comfortable slim fit. Enjoy the dynamic purple satin lining and self-framed notch lapel. Add a wool vest to complete your three piece look.
Free Groom’s Tuxedo with 5 Groomsmen Rentals!
Inspired designs and popular pricing are just a couple of the reasons we are hands above the competition. Our extraordinary customer service helps you take care of all of your out of town groomsmen orders as well. Enjoy knowing that you will look and feel your best with a little help from New York Bride & Groom in Raleigh. The Groom’s tuxedo is on us when you rent 5 tuxedos for your wedding party! We look forward to seeing you and your crew soon! Need some celebrity inspiration? Check out the following summary regarding this years’ Golden Globes:
2017 Celebrity Tuxedo Fashion from the Golden Globes
The Golden Globes are a night to dress up and keep your look classic. This year the best dressed celebrity men went with neutral tuxedos like navy, gray, black and white. We saw mostly black bow ties which is always a “do.” Our favorite look du jour is a charcoal coat with a black lapel and black pants. It’s a little fashion forward but works next to any color dress, and when your date is a silver screen starlet, you need to compliment her couture gown! Having said that, our style winner of the night is Ryan Gossling who went Old Hollywood Classic with his white dinner jacket, black bow tie and black pants. Learn more from Friar Tux
New York Bride & Groom should definitely be on your tuxedo rental radar. We offer a separate dedicated department for the guys to browse and try on designer suits from Michael Kors, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Perry Ellis and more. Bring your groomsmen along and save yourself money and have fun.