Leo shows off his Gatsby charm with a bow tie.
Christmas has come and gone. Soon our beloved 2013 will come to a close and January will introduce a new year of formal wear, manly elegance, and a dash of debonair flair. Before the ball drops, we’re going through some of the greatest tuxedo and men’s formal wear trends of 2013 and the stunning men who showed them off. (more…)
On Thursday, July 4, 2013, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosted over 1, 200 members of the military and their families during an Independence Day
spectacular on the South Lawn of the White House. (more…)
President Obama sworn in to his 2nd term in office - in style, of course.
On January 21, 2013, the 57th Inaugural Ceremonies took off in a grand style. Charles E. Schumer, the current Chairman of the Joint Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies for President Barack H. Obama’s 2nd inauguration, served as the master of ceremonies and gave a tremulously powerful opening speech during the Call to Order and Welcome Remarks. Before he stepped off the podium, he left us with this: “America always rises to the occasion.” That day, America managed to do so again. Doing their best to keep the nation’s standards high, the president, his family, fellow cabinet members, and guests rose in stunning and celebratory formal wear as the entire Nation watched our 44th president swear into office. (more…)
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama Vie for the Oval Office.
Mitt Romney. Barack Obama. With the presidential election a few short months away, the 2012 campaign for the oval office is definitely heating up. Both candidates are touring the country, making speeches and public appearances as they battle for the nation’s highest office. We at Fine Tuxedos thought we’d scrutinize both the Incumbent Democrat Barack Obama and the Republican challenger Mitt Romney according to the most all-important but seldom-discussed criterion of them all: style. Both men have presidential hopes, but do they have the wardrobe necessary to lead the nation? Let’s take a closer look at the candidates and see how they hold up. (more…)