Tuxedos embody finesse and class, with the crisp satin touches on the lapels, pocket trim, buttons and stripes on the trousers. Apart from the satin trims on certain parts of the suit, a tuxedo is made from finer fabrics like wool or silk.
Tuxedo Jackets have satin lapels, buttons and pocket trim for extra shine and lustre on the suit’s edges, and Tuxedo Vests are made from high-quality fabrics like satin, silk or wool. While Tuxedo Pants carry a satin stripe at the side of the pants for refined, bold strides. It’s what separates a tuxedo from a suit.
In the past, tuxedos were known as the dinner suit. The sharper, classier suit for men of old to change out of their dusty riding clothes from their travels. Now, it’s the suit men wear for suave presentation.