The leaves are starting to change color, the air is losing its sweltering feel, and the calendar year is ending in a few months. We are familiar with this time of the year, yet it always seems to sneak up on us. Upon arrival you’re always asking yourself, “where did the year go?” At least, I always ask that question. Obviously, with the change in weather patterns, we must adapt accordingly by dressing more warmly – long sleeved shirts instead of v-necks, jeans over shorts, and sneakers as opposed to flip-flops. We already know not to wear summer attires during fall, unless of course you live in a blazing desert, but have you ever thought about what type of formal wear is appropriate for this time of year? What is the perfect tuxedo in this instance?
During summer, it’s all about wearing an inordinate array of colors to match the euphoric feeling you get from enjoying activities such as going to the beach, swimming in the pool, or walking along the boardwalk. Therefore you usually would, at a wedding for example, wear a brightly-colored tuxedo (white tuxedos are also pretty popular during the summer.) However, autumn demands a more subdued, and less varied, set of colors.
Let’s say you are attending a business gala in mid-October, a great ensemble to sport would be a chocolate brown tuxedo with a matching bow-tie. The deep brown color would match the mood of the night and would make you look nothing short of svelte and astounding. If your best friend from college is getting married, an option to wear would be this Steel Gray Tuxedo by Jean Yves. It’s a twilight-colored, two buttoned tuxedo with a matching vest, sharp silver tie and a pocket square. Jean Yves always makes state-of-the-art wedding tuxedos, so it’s hard to go wrong with any one of his stylish designs
Halloween as we know falls under the autumn season, and there are also many options of tuxedos for this occasion. Let’s say you’re attending a Halloween ball and you want to go as James Bond. If you aren’t familiar with his signature attire, he usually wears a black tuxedo with a matching bow-tie. Some nice black tuxedo choices to mirror the James Bond bravado include Neil Allyn Tuxedos, which typically has one button, is made of wool, and has a uniquely-curved collar. A Tessori Uoumo Wool Tuxedo is also something that might suit the James Bond persona. This tux, like that of the Neil Allyn variety, is also made of wool, but Tessori-designs will almost certainly have a double breasted jacket and multiple buttons (3 buttons is very common.) Even this Black 2 Button Peak Tuxedo by Cardi would be an excellent choice. It has a satin framed lapel and is made from Super 150’s luxury viscose blend which guarantees a smooth and beautiful fabric.
There are so many tuxedos to choose from for any occasion falling on the autumn season. However, your closet can hold so many. Find the perfect tuxedo for the style or persona you want to embody and dazzle your peers this season.