Tuxedos

Tuxedos

Our sleek collection of tuxedos for men feature a selection of high-quality tuxedo jackets and trousers perfect for proms, groomsmen, wedding guests and black-tie events. We have a variety of different styles, colours, and fits, including slim fit, velvet, white and black men's tuxedos.

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  • Dobell Red & Black Tropical Jacquard Print Slim Fit Tuxedo Jacket
  • 1 Button, Black Skinny Fit Dinner Jacket, Notch Lapel by Dobell
  • Twisted Tailor Burgundy Velvet Skinny Fit Jacket with Floral Pattern Lapel
  • Twisted Tailor Black with Gold Floral Jacquard Skinny Fit Tuxedo Jacket with Contrast Lapel
  • Twisted Tailor Silver Snakeskin Pattern Skinny Fit Tuxedo Jacket with Contrast Lapel
  • Dobell Black Double Breasted Slim Fit Tuxedo Waistcoat
  • Dobell White Peak Lapel Slim Fit Tuxedo
  • Dobell Marine Blue Crushed Velvet Tuxedo Jacket
  • Dobell Black Tuxedo with Satin Trim
  • Dobell Red Tartan Slim Fit Tuxedo Jacket with Contrast Peak Lapel
  • Dobell Burgundy Velvet Jacket
  • Dobell Navy Blue Double Breasted Tuxedo Jacket
  • Dobell Blue Tartan Tuxedo Jacket with Peak Lapel
  • Twisted Tailor Bright Blue Slim Fit Velvet Jacket
  • Twisted Tailor Wine Velvet Slim Fit Jacket
  • Dobell Burgundy Velvet Tuxedo
  • Dobell Blue Tartan Tuxedo with Contrast Peak Lapel
  • Dobell Blue Tartan Tuxedo with Contrast Peak Lapel & Black Trousers
  • Torre Black Horseshoe Tuxedo Waistcoat
  • 1 Button, Black Dinner Jacket, Notch Lapel by Torre
  • Dobell Charcoal Slim Fit Tuxedo Jacket with Contrast Peak Lapel
  • Dobell Black 100% Wool Tuxedo Trousers
  • 1 Button, White Dinner Jacket, Notch Lapel by Torre
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Dinner Suit or Tuxedo?

If you're wondering whether to turn up in a men's dinner suit or a tuxedo to your next event, it's worth knowing that they're considered to be the same thing. In the UK, we used to call them dinner suits, while in Europe, they were known as tuxedos.

Black tie is one of the most formal dress codes a gentleman will be faced with, so it's essential to be prepared. Having a well fitted, high-quality tuxedo hanging in your wardrobe will help you avoid having to dash around rental shops when you receive that last-minute invitation and mean you can relax in the knowledge that your outfit is ready and waiting for you.

In addition to your quality suit or dinner jacket, you will need a slim-fit crisp white dress shirt, and there are important decisions to be made here too. You can opt for a plain front, pleated or stud buttoned depending on your tastes and will need to choose between a standard collar or a traditional wing collar if you want to stick to the rules.

Next, you will need to choose yourself the perfect bow tie, one of the most important finishing touches to any tuxedo. Typically, the bow tie is matched to the colour of your lapels, but we have a vast range of bow ties in a selection of colours, fabrics, and designs if you want to freshen up your look. If you're making an effort to dress in traditional men's black-tie attire, a self-tie bow tie will keep things simple, and we have a great selection of pre-tied bow ties to choose from.

What Type of Tuxedo to Wear

While traditionally most people think of a black tux when faced with a black-tie event, fashion, and dress codes alike have progressed in recent years, meaning more variations are available and accepted. If you want to break the mould and regular fit of black and white evening suits, you can now opt for a luxurious velvet tuxedo or even a vintage tweed jacket and slim fit suits for your next event without looking out of place.

Many aspects of a tuxedo are designed to adhere to formality by hiding all the fixtures, creating a smooth silhouette. This is where the final finishing touch, the cummerbund, comes into play. Disguising the mid-section where your shirt can often billow out from your trousers, the cummerbund is one of the most critical elements of the black-tie outfit. Available in an array of colours, you can choose to match your cummerbund to your tuxedo, bow tie or stud set for an eye-catching look.

Frequently Asked Questions

Tuxedo vs Suit

If you have an invite for a black-tie event, a tuxedo is your only option. A tux is more dressed-up than an evening suit. Satin is the main point of difference; tuxedos have it, evening suits don't.

What is a tuxedo?

A dinner jacket will have satin (lapels, pockets, buttons), single-button fastening, no vents. Can come in peak, shawl or notch lapel. Tux trousers will have satin side stripes and pockets, waistband adjusters with NO belt loops

How to wear a tuxedo

Depends on the type of event but dressing for true black tie is easy as the rules are pretty set in stone. True black tie means - 1. Black dinner jacket (SB or DB with NO vents) with satin lapels and covered buttons. 2. White dress shirt with turn-down collar, bib-detail (and marcella front is acceptable) and cufflinks. 3. Tuxedo trousers with satin side stripe ,waist adjusters and NO belt-loops. 4. Black bow tie, white hankie, black patent shoes.

What shoes to wear with a tuxedo

There are 2 main options - 1. Something black and patent. 2. Velvet slipper. Everything else is a no-no, especially your everyday work shoes!

Dinner Jacket vs Tuxedo

No difference - just depends where you come from. In the UK we normally say 'dinner jacket', in the US they say 'tuxedo'.

What does black tie mean for men?

Normally it means a formal dress code for a social function that starts after 6pm.

When to wear a tuxedo

When you receive an invite to a black tie event - awards ceremonies, grandiose weddings, prestigious balls etc

Suit or tux for wedding?

All depends on the 'style' of the wedding. Tuxedos are a very classic look, so for a more traditional wedding. Suits can be dressed up, or down, so can achieve a variety of different looks

Can a black suit be worn as a tuxedo?

No! Tuxedos have special features that a suit doesn't - Satin lapels, Satin pockets, Satin side stripe on trousers, waistband adjusters etc

Do i need to wear a cummerbund with a tuxedo?

Not necessarily - it's quite a classic look. A cummerbund is there to cover midriff to give better silhouette, and stop your shirt un-tucking and looking messy (also apparently to catch crumbs from your dinner). You can achieve the same look, but a bit-more modern with one of our tuxedo waistcoats

Do you button a tuxedo jacket?

Yes, when standing. Always un-button your tuxedo jacket when seated