7 Tips on How to Stylishly Wear Tuxedos ...

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Want to stay warm and stylish?

The tuxedo is the perfect trend for you.

Get it right, and it’s timeless, chic and flattering;

so it’s no wonder it’s a big hit with celebrities like Kate Moss and Nicole Scherzinger.

All you need is a tuxedo that looks great on you, some killer shoes and the right accessories, and you can always feel confident that you’ve got the perfect outfit on standby.

1. Keep Prints Classic

Keep Prints Classic

Want a classic but stand-out tuxedo?

Don’t shy away from prints, but opt for something classic to keep the look timeless.

Try to keep the print colors standard – think monochromes with a touch of navy or dark green – and opt for simple designs such as symmetrical geometric patterns.

Emma Roberts always rocks this look!

Avoid anything animal-print, and keep the pyjama prints for pyjamas!

2. Slicked Hair

Slicked Hair

Rocking the androgynous look is easy, and oh-so-stylish.

Get it right by putting your hair into a tight bun at the back, and using plenty of hair gel and gloss spray to get that really slick look.

Then add feminine charm with smoky eyes and nude lips.

Need inspiration?

Check out Karolina Kurkova.

3. Opt for Interesting Shirts

Opt for Interesting Shirts

Something else Karolina does well – choosing the right shirt.

If your suit is bold and patterned, that doesn’t mean you should stick to a plain white shirt.

Instead, find a shirt with cotton and sheer panels, or eye-catching buttons.

L’Wren Scott’s famous camis are another great twist, although make sure you are fully covered to keep the smart look – a low neckline will show too much and spoil the look.

4. Go White

Go White

A white suit is contemporary, and so easy to accessorize.

Kate Hudson owned this look at a screening of Glee, wearing a white Alexander McQueen tuxedo with black lapels and a striped black vest top, along with slick hair and plenty of nude make up.

White looks gorgeous with gold and bronze jewelry too.

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