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My Fashion & Style Series" The Origins Of The Classic Mens Tuxedo".
By Paul Vetrano... I am in the market trousers for men a new tuxedo and in my research of course I was curious about how this Very Formal attire came to be. So, here is the story... along with some very stylish tux designs. Whats your favorite?
It is referred as tuxedo in American English, Dinner suit in British English, tux or Penguin suit in casual. It is further called formal men’s wear and for knows as traditional dre...ss code for Black Tie Event. There are certain rules for wearing a tuxedo particularly while attending a black tie event. The jacket should bear satin or grosgrain lapels, it only features a single button closure, stripe at the outseam of the trouser should similarly as the lapels silk, it must wear with a formal white shirt and accessories including shoes, and cufflinks. And there is a fashion phenomenon to dressing it after sun.
There are several theories behind the in the invention of the tuxedo, but popular belief that it is surrounded by two theories, the first theory suggests that it was introduced by Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII while American believes that it is introduced by Pierre Lorillard IV.
Origin of tuxedo - Pierre Lorillard IV
According to American, Lorillard was a wealthy tobacco manufacturer in the 19th century who lived 40 miles residential colony in the northwest of New York called “Tuxedo Park”. The residents of tuxedo park permitted their guests to build the own social organization named “Tuxedo Club”. The first Annual Bal of tuxedo club held on 1986 and during that time tailcoat was purely preferred as the traditional attire, but he commissioned tailless tuxedo for his son Griswold to wear at the ball. Due to the wealthy status of the young Griswold, it was considered as a striking fashion and well admitted by many gentlemen in “Dress Circle of New York’s Metropolitan Opera” in 1889.This recent provocative style was dubbed as “Tuxedo” which leads the radical departure of tailcoat.
King Edward VII
But British believe that Edward Price of Wales introduced this tuxedo in 1965. According to the story his mother, Queen Victoria insisted him to wear a formal white tie dress coat (tailcoat) at dinner. Discontented with this formality, the King Edward builds custom made tailless black jacket from Henry Pool & Co and requested them to introduce silk collar and cuffs in it. The Queen was completely not pleased with his dress code, but it made a great impact on the other people and during their travels the American society saw this recent style and copied in the residential society of Tuxedo Park.
Apart from the origin of tuxedo, the reason of its accomplishment was well admiration and acceptance of people. Now days, It has replaced the position of tailcoat and become the trend to timeless classic and standard for men’s formal attire.