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There is a cruel paradox in a good dress for an elegant night or so it might seem, on the dance floor, when once again you find yourself dragging your belt back to wherever you think its right place is.
Let’s see, man, pay attention: These are not just curious facts, if you understand these things correctly, you will take an important step towards the elimination of stress in relation to this evening dress.
Rule 4: You must wear a bow tie. Why? Tradition. You wear a tuxedo to show respect for an occasion, and you wear a bow tie to show respect for the tradition. You should be comfortable with your tuxedo, and part of that has to do with being comfortable with tradition.
Do you realize the irony of getting tense with the rules of unconcern? I’m going to wear a traditional tie. If you definitely decide to do this – it will make you look as if you were carrying an acceptance speech in your pocket – keep in mind that it makes more sense to use a jacket with a flap on the tip. The set will at least be consistent in their gangster tone.
Rule 5: Your bow tie should be a real bow tie. Why? Because false ones are very obvious fallacies. You can fake many things in life, and some fake things are worth it, but the knot of a genuine bow tie does not fall into these categories. But I do not know how to tie the knot of a bow tie. It is never too late to learn. It’s the same level of difficulty that you tie your shoes. But I do not want to learn. Ask an adult to do it for you. Remember to say “please” and “thank you.”
Rule 6: You must use the girdle with the folds facing up. How serious is that rule? It’s 100 percent serious. The purpose of the belt is to lift, which explains to a large extent why that thing is 95 percent ridiculous. Since it is a relatively recent addition to the canon of formal dress, I believe that one can respect tradition and obey Rule 1, at the same time feeling free to not use it.
If your tuxedo is double-breasted, you do not wear a belt anyway. If you wear a vest under your simple button-down jacket, then you do not wear a girdle either. I propose that the others unite to get rid of the tyranny of this waistband coming to more.
Rule 7: Your shirt must have French cuffs. How serious is this rule? Not so much, because it’s not really a problem. You’ll have to look very hard to find a shirt with a tuxedo shirt that does not have French cuffs, also known as double cuffs.
Rule 8: Your buttons should match your cufflinks (although you can avoid the buttons). Where the hell did I leave my tuxedo buttons? You are alone in that. Good luck with your research. Meanwhile, I recommend a Ralph Lauren tuxedo shirt with a front panel that covers the buttons and gives a clean look.
Rule 9: You must wear knee-length black socks. Why? What we want here is aesthetic unity. The alterations below the leg of the pants threaten to ruin the entire effect.
Rule 10: Your shoes should shine. How serious is this rule? Extremely serious. But here we will give you a lot of flexibility. Some experts in men’s clothing insist that ‘ opera pumps’ are the only correct step, although it is obvious that these precious things with ties do not go at all to the rhythm of modern life.
Others will allow any patent leather shoe. We believe that any simple black shoe with a high gloss finish will fulfill the mission. Do not stop being comfortable.
How about some black tennis shoes? No. But they are very beautiful! No. I want to limit this list to 10 rules, and just think about the tuxedo with tennis makes me think of more rules, especially: “Have a good time at the dance, but return home at the time your parents indicated”.