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- Material: Polyester/ Delicate Blue Paisley Pattern
- Nostalgic& Classic Design: The suit is designed with three-dimensional Cutting, Classy Peaked Lapel, Single-Breasted 2 Buttons Closure, 4 Cuffs Buttons with Flap+Ticket Pockets and Center Vent.
- Contemporary Use: Formal weddings, galas, balls, formal proms and formal nights on cruises. They are also often worn by male musicians at formal concerts. In these circumstances the tuxedo's styling and accessories are most commonly chosen according to the wearer's tastes. Less popular are black tie events, such as gala fundraisers, where men typically wear more traditional tuxedos and accessories as dictated by the dress code.
- Accessories Matching: The tuxedo's accompaniments have also evolved over time. The most traditional interpretation of these elements - formal shirt, formal low cut waistcoat (in the "V" or "U" shape), black bow tie, formal shoes - is incorporated in the black tie dress code.
- After-Sale Service GUARANTEE: Within 30 days, if the item are not washed and damaged and you are not satisfied with your product, you can return to our US warehouse and we will process a full refund after we receive it.
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English Origins of Tuxedo
In the 1860s,the increasing popularity of outdoor activities among the British middle and upper classes led to a corresponding increase in the popularity of the casual lounge suit (standard suit in American English) as a country alternative to the more formal day wear that was traditionally worn in town.Men also sought a similar alternative to the formal evening tailcoat(then known as a "dress coat") worn every evening.
The earliest record of a tailless coat being worn with evening wear is a blue silk smoking jacket and matching trousers ordered by the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of the United Kingdom) from Savile Row tailors Henry Poole & Co. Henry Poole never saw his design cross the Atlantic and be "baptized" as the tuxedo; he died in 1876 leaving behind a powerful and well respected business to be run by his cousin Samuel Cundey.The jacket was tailored for use at Sandringham, the Prince's informal country estate and was described as a smoking jacket.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12.7 x 12.7 x 1.78 cm; 1.34 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 7 November 2018
- ASIN : B078WR8CHP
- Manufacturer reference : 43213-96512
- Department : Men's
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 468,301 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #215 in Men's Suits
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