10 for grooms-to-be, Which is bet­ter: a suit or tux?

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The main dif­fer­ence be­tween a suit and a tux lies mostly in the lapel style and the in­cor­po­ra­tion of satin in the fab­ric. tuxe­dos would fit the most for­mal oc­ca­sions, in­clud­ing wed­dings, and would be a fit­ting match for larg­erthan-life wed­ding gowns. While bow ties are a ne­ces­sity for tuxe­dos, vests or cum­mer­bunds seem to be an op­tional com­ple­ment these days. Suits, on the other hand, pull off rather ca­sual vibes, even if a bow tie is used. You can, of course, pick a slim-fit one rather than your of­fice suit to kick your style up a notch. but most im­por­tantly, let’s make sure that your wife-to-be agrees with what­ever you pick for the big day.

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