Tuxedos & Dinner Suits

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Browse our luxury collection of tuxedos and dinner suits and find the outfit that will reflect your status and personality in any black tie event. The elegant design and superior craftsmanship of our tuxedos for men are a sartorial homage to the black tie dress code, while the available colour options will help you create a memorable signature look. Each dinner suit is limited edition and comes with a free matching bow tie, along with a complimentary designer garment bag and a stylish suit hanger, both perfect for wardrobe storage or travel carry-on with minimum wrinkling.

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What is the difference between a tux and a suit?

Tuxedos are more formal than business suits. They are considered evening outfits and men are only expected to wear them to black tie events. The most obvious difference between the two is that tuxedos come with satin details, e.g. lapels, pocket trimmings and covered buttons. Due to the higher level of formality, tuxedos need to be accessorised differently than business suits and you can find more details in our black tie style guide.

What is a tuxedo?

A tuxedo is a 2 or 3 piece suit, depending on whether it comes with a cummerbund or waistcoat, which is formal and suitable for black tie events. It is usually all-black or a combination of dark colours and it bears satin details, such as satin lapels, pocket trimmings and covered buttons.

What shoes should I wear with a tuxedo?

Most men wear tuxedos with oxford shoes, either patent or meticulously polished. You could opt for velvet slippers or patent court shoes, provided you don’t mind investing in a pair of shoes that you’ll rarely ever wear.

What is a dinner suit?

A dinner suit is a tuxedo. The former term is more commonly used in the UK and the latter in the US.