There are so many options when creating your own custom tuxedo shirt. The go-to style of course is the traditional tuxedo shirt featuring the wing-tip collar and 1/4 or 1/2 inch pleating front shown below. This front style requires studs and stud holes like below.
Not a fan of keeping up with all those studs? One of the newest trends in the more formal weddings are groomsmen choosing the Fly Front style instead. This front style allows the buttons to be hidden (as a “fly” on your pants) so there is no need to use studs. If the front is lifted, there are normal buttons and button holes beneath. This front style can be used with any collar or cuff style you like when you order with us. Here are some great ideas for a little custom tuxedo shirt inspiration.
Some of us hang on to summer and reluctantly give in to Fall Fashion while others jump in with both feet. I myself am looking forward to layering on the scarves and hats!
This year, the men’s fashion trend is head to toe neutrals. Chances are that you have lots of neutrals already in your closet which really makes this trend an easy one to follow. If not, we have tons of new shirting fabrics in from Italy in Ivory, Ecru, and Tan which makes it easy to order a new custom dress shirt and have it by the time you pull out the Camel blazer.
Here are some ideas for Fall menswear inspiration.
It seems we are seeing more and more horizontal stripes not only on the Runways but on the street. I couldn’t help but think about adding a horizontal striped tie to my husband’s wardrobe for the Fall.
Tip: Stick to subtle color palettes like these navy and white options to avoid being too bold.
Here are a few dapper ways to wear them.
1. Try a bespoke or custom dress shirt and style the striped details your way.
Tip: Avoid a repetitive horizontal striped shirt unless you are very lean. It can create the illusion of widening the mid-section of your body.
2. A horizontal striped tie, however is a great alternative. There are currently tons on the market in silk and even textured fabrics.
3. A Statement Piece-Dare to have fun! A Nautical style jacket may not be for everyone but get creative in how you wear your horizontal stripes.