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You made it. Prom, Wedding, Gala or any Black Tie event can be a fun and memorable night, or it can be a big let down. The difference doesn’t come from the event itself, but what you make of it. Special nights don’t just happen–you create them. For most men these days, whether young or old, life gives you very few chances to wear a tux–so enjoy it!
Today, we’re talking about two basic rules that are set in stone for your big night out.
You can’t break them, you shouldn’t break them; if you do break them you will look like dork.
There are many more than these, of course — we’re just laying out a few of the absolutes that will always be an error no matter what.
Wearing Suspenders And A Belt
Suspenders hold your pants up. So do belts. Therefore, you don’t need both.
Buttoning Your Suit Wrong
Buttons are an easy place to make an error because the rules are different for different garments. Know the basics for all your options:
Jackets are never fully buttoned unless they are double-breasted. Two-button jackets usually button at the top button, and three-button jackets button in the middle.
Vests traditionally leave the lowest button undone.
Shirts button at all points. That includes the cuffs, collar in the case of button-downs, and the small buttons midway up the forearm (called the gauntlet or placket button). If you roll the sleeves up, undo both the cuff button and the gauntlet button.
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Mike B says
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Daphne Gilpin says
Thanks for explaining that most men get very few chances to wear a tuxedo, which is why it should be enjoyed as much as possible! My husband will be renting a tuxedo for a black tie wedding we’re attending, so I want to help him enjoy the event as much as possible. Your article made me excited to find a local barber shop where he can get a haircut and shave before the wedding!
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