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Fitted Suit or Tuxedo for Wedding?

Fitted Suit or Tuxedo for your Wedding?

Did you know that the primary difference between a tuxedo and a suit is the presence of satin?  Tuxedos have satin facing on the lapels, buttons, pocket trim, and a satin side stripe down the leg of the trousers. On contrary, suits have regular buttons that are not covered by satin.

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Also, tuxedos are  worn with bow ties and a vest or cummerbund. Suits are worn with a tie with a matching vest. A bow tie could certainly be worn with a suit as well.  It is rather a matter of personal preference. It is that simple, the decision is yours and your bride’s.

Both forms are acceptable.  Buying a sharp, even eye-catching suit is simply a matter of making sure you look and feel as good during your big day as your bride. A well tailored  suit will make you dapper and well dressed. A suit says that you’re a very well put together, competent, and dashing.  You could also wear suit again. Mostly likely it could be worn to work. A goof fitted suit will project your confidence and style.

If you feel like on the day when you commemorate  marriage deserves your best look, then you should wear a tux. It will make you look best on your wedding day.

Fitted wedding suit will work great for work, less formal social functions, and weddings. Nicely fitted tuxedo will make  you look best on this special day of your marriage. The choice is yours.

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