Monday, September 8, 2008

Groom Style

Am happy to report that 100% of voters believe that their future husbands have impeccable style, thus they can be trusted with their wedding attires. Since grooms are not built the same, here is some advice for the men in your lives.

Single Breasted---A jacket that meets in the middle with one row of buttons, and no overlap.

If you are short and husky built, choose 1 button tuxedo it will help lengthen your torso.

If you are taller (but under 5'8") and trimmer go for a 2 button with a narrow cut.

Choose a 3 button if your body type is athletic

For the tall groom (6' and above), a 5 button tuxedo will flatter your physique.

Double Breasted---Overlapping so as to provide a double thickness of material across the chest, and having a double row of buttons

If you are thin and tall choose a double breasted style for your tuxedo to define your shoulder, this style can also be chosen for the tall and heavier build groom; its the perfect fit to camouflage your midsection.

Cutaway---short in the front, long in the back, and tapering from the front waist button to a wide back tail.

This style will look good on any frame, especially on shorter guys because it gives the illusion of heights.

Tails---Cropped in front, with two tails in the back and a two- to six-button front.

Rounder and shorter men beware, this style can be unflattering for your body type.

So there you have it; add a little bit of confidence and the groom should look almost as good as the bride.

Please take some time to answer the next poll: When would you like to see your bride/groom for the first time?

Happy Planning!!!

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