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Jackie June 9th, 2001 01:45 PM

Tuxedo
 
My husband is considering purchasing a black suit in lieu of a tuxedo. Is it appropriate to wear a tuxedo shirt and bowtie (vest/cummerbund) with this suit to make it look more like a tuxedo or should he stick with a regular shirt and tie?

Kuki June 9th, 2001 05:17 PM

Re: Tuxedo
 
Jackie,
I really think any suit and tie is fine for formal nights, even if its not a black suit. U'll see all variations of "formal" wear from tuxes to sports jackets and ties. So, a nice suit and tie should do the trick no matter what the color.
Regards,
Kuki
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dan July 5th, 2001 06:59 PM

Re: Tuxedo
 
A dark suit, black shoes, white shirt and nice tie will fit right in for any but the most formal of occaisions. Unless you are doing an Atlantic crossing on the QEII, don't worry about it. Tummy-bund and bow tie won't make a suit a tux, don't waste the money.

pamda July 21st, 2001 11:44 PM

Re: Tuxedo
 
Nobody expect an undertaker or a Mafia don needs a black suit.

Any nice suit is perfectly acceptable on formal nights. Tricking one up with "tux" additions is not the best of ideas. Kinda tacky.

If your husband has a sense of humor, a bowtie (not black) could be very cool with his nice new suit.

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Linda July 24th, 2001 09:26 PM

Re: Tuxedo
 
Either do a nice dark suit or a tux. Nobody will be foled by a hybrid and he wil look foolish instead of proper.


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