Gargee Designer’s is finally giving city the chance to pretend every night is Oscars night with the launch of their new service called “Meet the Tux-pert”. Classic tuxedo is typically black or midnight blue worn with a formal shirt, patent leather shoes and other accessories. Modern tuxedos are more versatile in nature & can be used for number of occasions.
From a classic two-button tux to luxurious velvets & Boho prints to rich jacquards, GD has anopulent range of tux styles to rock that night out with swag.
Our Tux-pert suggests different variants like a black two-button tux with a notched lapel with an open bow tie &polished black lace- ups enough to reflect your face. Other, variant the jacquard tux which is loud & out there delivers on style & substance to reveal the man who will lead the charge. Another variant, the velvet tux can be picked up in a color that’s neither too obtrusive nor too bland. Midnight blue should be the first preference, followed by burgundies and bottle greens only if one can pull it off. To add more to the Tux range, GD houses some of the beautiful textures for a modern tux that would standout from the rest of the crowd.
Our Tux-perts advise & customize the right kind of accessories to complement these looks like bow tie, slim tie, cufflinks, cravats, pocket squares, kamarband, patterns & precise hues.Our specialists make sure that the tux is flawlessly tailored in unique fabrics in slim fit trend to give a sharp look.
Reinvent the tux. Our experts recommend diverse alternatives to wear the tux, like a regular tux with a dress shirt & bow tie, or an off-beat blue tux jacket with a tee, slim jeans & a pair of shiny patent shoes. Sometimes we advise a waistcoat that looks as good with jeans & a button down shirt as it does with formal trousers & a dress shirt and accessorize it with a bow tie to nail the look. Another recommendation is to pull off a patterned evening jacket with a slim tie to leave a lasting impression. Lastly, we can customize a three-piece suit; may be with a velvet waistcoat to add a hip dimension to the ensemble.