Every month Paul Morrell Formalwear tracks the rental data for all of the tuxedo styles we offer and determines the top ten tuxedo styles rented for the previous month. Below are the Top 10 Tuxedo Styles for March 2016! This information is invaluable to businesses and consumers alike because everyone wants to know what’s in style right now. In a constantly changing and evolving environment, having up to date style information like this puts you way ahead of the curve.
Top 10 Tuxedo Styles for March 2016
#10: Ike Behar Burgundy ‘Marbella’ Tuxedo – PM# C1023
In response to red carpet looks and sharp dressing professional sportsmen, Ike Behar has made the burgundy ‘Marbella’ slim fit tuxedo! It features contrasting black satin peak lapels and a one button front and is made from luxurious super 120’s wool. Matching trousers and vest are available, if you dare!
#9: Jean Yves Red ‘Illusion’ Tuxedo – PM# C963
Sometimes it’s best to stick with tradition. When it’s not, go red! The red ‘Illusion’ tuxedo coat by Jean Yves needs no introduction. This undeniably cool red tuxedo coat is accented by a black single button front, black satin slanted besom pockets, and black satin trim on the self micro-notch lapel. As if that weren’t cool enough, you can flip up the collar for an alternate stand up collar with black trim! This is the perfect tuxedo coat for your prom, quinceanera, cruise, or anytime you’re signing autographs.
#8: Ike Behar Black ‘Parker’ Tuxedo – PM# C1000
The black ‘Parker’ slim fit tuxedo by Ike Behar was designed with the people in mind that want a solid, slim fit, classic tuxedo. Featuring a 2 button single breasted front, satin notch lapels, satin besom pockets, fashioned from luxuriously soft Super 120’s wool, and constructed for a slim fit, this tuxedo coat has everything you need to look trim, fit and suave for your prom, wedding, black tie affair, or any other formal venue.
#7: Ike Behar White ‘Waverly’ Tuxedo – PM# C1009
The White ‘Waverly’ Tuxedo by Ike Behar is a beautiful slim fit formal option for any formal affair. Also known as ‘tropical black tie’, the white dinner jacket has been a formal staple since the 1930’s, and has changed very little in that time. The white ‘Waverly’ takes the classic dinner jacket look, and makes it contemporary with a slim fit cut and black satin trim on the lapel that adds both definition and an updated class to a timeless style. When paired with black trousers, white shirt, black bow tie, and black cummerbund, you’ll evoke memories of Casablanca and James Bond wherever you go.
#6: Allure Men Tan ‘Bartlett’ Tuxedo – PM# C994
The Tan ‘Bartlett’ Tuxedo by Allure Men is a powerful and popular style in this incredible line of wedding tuxedos! While wonderful for a wide variety of formal and semi-formal events, the Tan ‘Bartlett’ Tuxedo caters most directly to daytime garden and destination weddings. The tuxedo actually contains no satin. The lapels are self material with self trim. Other features include a two button front and side vents. This style is perfect when you need to look positively dapper, without looking overly formal. This style is an elegant crowd-pleaser!
#5: Ike Behar Navy ‘Blake’ Tuxedo – PM# C1015
In recent years, one of the most emergent trends in men’s formal wear has been the popularity of dark blue tuxedos and suits. To answer that growing need, Ike Behar Evening has developed some beautiful navy formal options!
#4: Allure Men Heather Grey ‘Bartlett’ Tuxedo – PM# C997
#3: Jean Yves Black ‘Modern Essential’ Tuxedo – PM# C1006
#2: Jean Yves Steel Grey ‘Twilight’ Tuxedo – PM# C979
#1: Ike Behar Navy ‘Sebastian’ Tuxedo – PM# C1014
The Navy ‘Sebastian’ Tuxedo is a fantastic formal option for anyone looking for a clean and simple navy tuxedo. Featuring a two button front, satin notch lapels, satin besom pockets, side vents, slim fit construction, and fashioned from luxuriously soft Super 120’s Wool, this tuxedo is a great way to stand apart from the crowd, while maintaining a timeless and elegant look!
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