Stephen Geoffrey, Ivory Troy, style 602: Ivory offers a refreshing tuxedo color option. The dapper jacket features a sophisticated satin notched lapel. The modern fit consists of slight waist tailoring along with a narrower lapel width. Ideal for warm and sunny locations, choose pleated trousers in black or matching ivory.
It’s common for the men in the wedding party to wait until the bride and bridesmaids have their dress styles and colors sorted prior to even thinking about their tuxedos or suits. Unfortunately, this can sometimes lead to issues with time, such as a groomsmen placing his order too late, or another’s suit arriving but it’s the wrong size. These are headaches you simply don’t need when wedding planning is already stressful enough.
The good news is you can avoid these pitfalls at New York Bride & Groom of Columbia. We are your one-stop wedding shop, so everything can be handled at one time, under the same roof. We have a separate tuxedo department for the groom and the groomsmen. Bring your entire wedding party to our salon — no appointment needed — and take care of everyone’s attire in a single day.
If you are ready for a relaxed and productive shopping experience, visit NYB&G of Columbia today. We have samples of all our tuxedo and suit styles on hand. This means you can actually feel the fabric and judge the color so you know exactly what you’re getting. For your out-of-town groomsmen, our simple online ordering form keeps things organized and moving along.
Let’s take a look at some of the popular styles for the the guys:
Slimmer Tuxedo Fit
Tuxedo designers have offered slim fit for several years, and now they’ve released an even slimmer option: Ultra Slim. What makes a tuxedo Ultra Slim? The tuxedo fits close to the body, with the jacket tapered and slightly shorter than traditional, modern, and slim looks . Guys looking for a trendy, fashion-forward custom-tailored should search for styles that come in Ultra Slim fit.
The Two-Toned Jacket
With the rise of different colors and textures for tuxedo ensembles, the two-tone look is gaining popularity. Two-tone tuxedos generally feature the black lapel over top of a colored jacket and pant. For a modern spin on a tuxedo, look for a style with a different colored lapel. Read more at Happy Wedding Life
Allure Men, Ultra Slim Heather Grey Clayton Suit, style 262: Tailored and available to fit all body types including big and tall, this comfortable and stylish suit provides a more casual option. Double besom pockets combine with a notch lapel for a sleek silhouette. Made from Super 130 wool, this suit can be paired with a matching wool vest and slim fit, stripe free pants to create a cohesive three piece wedding outfit. Enjoy the tapered jacket style and the shorter length. Lighter colors are on trend for sunnier, beach settings.
NYB&G of Columbia Makes Shopping Simple
It doesn’t get any more convenient than being able to take care of everyone’s wedding attire needs in one location. Our salon features the Midlands’ best selection of designer wedding dresses, bridesmaid gowns, tuxedos and suits, veils, wedding accessories and more. Our friendly and experienced bridal consultants will help every member of the wedding party find the perfect garment, measure you precisely and accurately place your orders.
Now back to the tuxes… Let’s talk about 2018 trends:
If the vibe of your day is more relaxed and you’re steering away from the traditional — then have you considered a light jacket for your groom? Not only are the shades perfect for complimenting soft and romantic color schemes, but these tones are also gorgeous for summer months. Although, as demonstrated in our moodboard below, pair light jackets with burgundy and you’re on to an Autumnal winner too.
Navy has been the obvious choice of weddings for a long time, it’s classic, elegant and timeless. But right now, we’re loving a slightly brighter shade of blue. It just pops a little more, it’s a little more fun and definitely feels younger. Read more at Rock My Wedding
Ike Behar, Ultra Slim Indigo Blue Lane, style 221: Dramatic color pops with this gorgeous tuxedo. The Lane is constructed from Super 120’s wool, featuring a satin-edged peak lapel. Matching satin double besom pockets add to the slim and tailored style of this colorful option.
The standard in men’s suiting today, notch lapels are found on everything from sport coats to business suits—which also means they’re considered more casual than other lapel types. They have a “notch” where the jacket collar meets the lapel. Despite being a casual lapel type, notch lapels are versatile—you’ll find them on both suit and tuxedo jackets. Just avoid wearing them at the most formal black tie events.
Shawls aren’t just for little old ladies. Shawl (collars, that is) are characterized by a modern, rounded shape, and are primarily seen on tuxedos and dinner jackets. While shawl lapels are pretty much only found on black tie-appropriate garments, some would argue that they are less formal than a peak lapel. You could also argue they have more panache. Use your judgment based on the event and your personal style. Read more at The Black Tux
New York Bride & Groom of Columbia is the premier wedding salon in the Midlands. Our extensive selection of designer wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses, rental tuxedos and accessories sets our modern luxury salon apart from other wedding shops. Plus, don’t forget that cameras and photography are always welcome and we are fully staffed during all business hours with seasoned bridal consultants ready to help you find the dress of your dreams. Stop by at your convenience and experience the New York Bride difference.