The Trendiest Tuxedo Styles For The Groom

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People don’t say this enough, picking a tuxedo is hard! Especially with new trends and cuts coming out and the changing of styles and fabrics, and getting it tailored just right, the right tuxedo doesn’t fall from the sky on the night before your wedding. It’s a process that takes time and energy and is not to be taken lightly, also most women believe that men look better in a good tuxedo, which is why you should approach this with confidence and an open mind to pick the tuxedo that fits best for you and your body type. 

Black Paisley 

The tried and true staple for tuxedos this never goes out of style. From the cut to the detailing and draping this is the go to tuxedo for those who want to embody a classic, traditional look while looking great while doing so. The usual style for this tuxedo is a one button front, single breasted design, and a black satin peak lapel. It is also very slimming and form fitting and is an ideal image of the Bond aesthetic. 

Cobalt Blue 

A new upcoming trend for the tuxedo is the blue formalwear direction. Gaining increasing popularity blue formalwear is a great direction to go to especially when considering morning and afternoon spring/summer weddings and events. Featuring a one button single-breasted front, peak lapel, satin besom pockets, and is usually fastened from luxuriously soft wool in a slim fit. A great choice for those who are looking for a pop of colour and a more casual yet elegant look. 

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The Navy Tuxedo 

It’s classy, attention grabbing, and a formal favourite. Featuring a single button front, black satin peak lapels, black satin besom pockets, side vents, and a slim fit construction. This tuxedo is not just your average wear tuxedo, it’s striking, dramatic, and has a presence and charisma to it. It’s not fun and cheerful like your cobalt blue choice but also not traditional like the black paisley. It’s  a fresh choice for the daring few who exude confidents, and a must have in the new year. 

Grey Chelsea 

A perfect choice for those shopping for their wedding or any formal event that would require a nice suit to be draped on, the grey Chelsea is what dreams are made of, especially if you are not into black or blue. It has a one button font, self peak lapel with satin trim, satin besom pockets, self top collar, and it’s made from only the finest wool. A great option for any winter events as well, as the fabric choice is great for staying warm while also maintaining an allure and sophistication in tact. Did we also mention that the grey paired with the slim fit is a sure fire way of making your figure seem taller? 

People don’t say this enough, picking a tuxedo is hard! Especially with new trends and cuts coming out and the changing of styles and fabrics, and getting it tailored just right, the right tuxedo doesn’t fall from the sky on the night before your wedding. It’s a process that takes time and energy and is not to be taken lightly, also most women believe that men look better in a good tuxedo, which is why you should approach this with confidence and an open mind to pick the tuxedo that fits best for you and your body type. 

Black Paisley 

The tried and true staple for tuxedos this never goes out of style. From the cut to the detailing and draping this is the go to tuxedo for those who want to embody a classic, traditional look while looking great while doing so. The usual style for this tuxedo is a one button front, single breasted design, and a black satin peak lapel. It is also very slimming and form fitting and is an ideal image of the Bond aesthetic. 

Cobalt Blue