Collection: Wholesale Tuxedos

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  • E-138 White
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    $300.00
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  • Festive-Tux Black
    Festive-Tux Black
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  • Shawl-Tux Ivory
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  • Shawl-Tux Ivory/Black
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  • Tux-Shawl Shinny Silver
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  • Tux-Shawl Lt.Gray/Black
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  • Tux-Shawl Royal/Blk
    Tux-Shawl Royal/Blk
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  • Tux-Shawl Burgundy/Blk
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  • Tux-Shawl Charcoal/Blk
    Tux-Shawl Charcoal/Blk
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  • Tux-Shawl Black/Black
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  • Tux-SH Champagne
    Tux-SH Champagne
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  • Tux-SH Burgundy/Blk
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  • Tux-SH Brown/Blk
    Tux-SH Brown/Blk
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  • Tux-SH Charcoal/Blk
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  • Tux-SH Olive/Blk
    Tux-SH Olive/Blk
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  • Tux-SH White/Black
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  • Tux-SH White/Royal
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  • Tux-SH White/Red
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  • Tux-SH Ivory/Blk
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  • Tux-SH Ivory/Ivory
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  • Tux-SH Navy/Blk
    Tux-SH Navy/Blk
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  • Stage-Tux Turquoise/Black
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  • Stage-Tux Sky/Black
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  • Stage-Tux Red/Black
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  • Stage-Tux Black/White
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    $356.00
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    $356.00
  • Stage-Tux Royal/White
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    $356.00
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  • Stage-Tux Royal/Black
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    $356.00
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  • Tuxedo-SH Navy
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  • Tuxedo-SH Royal
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  • 2BVNotch-TuxP Black
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    $340.00
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  • Euro-Tux Black
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  • 1BShawl-Tux White
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    $356.00
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  • 1BShawl-Tux Black
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  • 1BVPeak Black
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  • 1BVNotch Black
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  • 3BVNotch-Tux Black
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    $356.00
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  • DBTux-1 Black
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  • Stage - Red/Black
    Stage - Red/Black
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  • Stage - Tan
    Stage - Tan
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  • Stage - Burgundy
    Stage - Burgundy
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It all started in 1886 when a man named Griswold Lorillard chose to wear a tail less jacket to a formal white tie and tails ball hosted at a country club event held at a place now called the Tuxedo park, New york. Of course he was not forgiven easily for his rebelliousness and was thrown out of the party but the fashion had caught on. The new tail - less fashion grew popular in no time since people were bored by the conservative model and were craving for a change. Since then tuxedos have taken an irreplaceable part in the formal events.


Though tuxedos have been a veteran in clothing industry for centuries there are still doubts about what it constitutes and what makes it different from a suit. The major difference between a tuxedo and a suit is the fabric. While the suits constitute a jacket and trousers made from the same material per say cotton or wool tuxedos have silk satin incorporated in the tuxedo. They are mostly seen at the lapels, jacket buttons and rarely stripes on the pants of the suit. So the major imparity to keep in mind may be the presence or absence of silk satin in the suit.


This difference is easily notable in the style of the tuxedo lapels. The most sleek look is the shawl lapel. It is characterized by the rounded edges and cannot be found in suits. They are typically seen on dinner jackets and tuxedos. It is appropriate to pair the shawl lapel black tie and matching garments which gives you a flair and elegance. They are sometimes made with different color than of the coat mostly contrasting. These are contemporary styles and chose according the event setup and personal choice. While wearing a shawl color accessoring it with a cufflink and a leather or cap- toe shoes completes the look.


Notch lapels are the most common type on a suit. It is characterized by a concave notch where the fabric from the lapels and the collar meet. They are seen both on tuxedos and suits as well. It is a bit conservative style and is preferred where a blending look is needed. They are very popular since it is traditional middle of the road choice and thus people are comfortable at wearing it. They are preferred for day to day office wear suits but can also work wonders on tuxedos since they project a sharp look when paired with the silk fabric. They are considered more casual than other lapel styles thus avoiding it for a strictly black tie events may be a good decision. This best works with accessories such as fold down collar dress shirt with cufflinks, a necktie and loafers.


Framed lapels is your go to if you prefer an edgy style and doesn't want a overly flashy look. They have only a little satin with the lapel on a same color as the suit and a narrow satin trim on the edge with a contrasting color. Accessoring it with a satin black tie and unique cufflinks may give you the perfect look.Peak lapels are broader than notch lapels with edges which peaks towards your shoulders. The design is seen in highly traditional and formal pieces like tailcoats.It is a fashion forward and brings a flair to the attire. This can make you stand out in the crowd. Choosing the color of the lapel that is whether it is the same color as the tuxedo or a contrasting one depends on the level of attention you wish to garner.


The men's tuxedos are essential to be matched with a equivalent quality of white tuxedo shirt whether it be a tailored one or readymade one. It greatly influences your style and can make or break your look. Since tuxedos are costly and you may not tend to own a lot of it choose a fabric of quality material so that it can last many washes. It is better to avoid stretch and non iron shirts since they can easily wear out. Cotton may be the ideal pick and since white is a classic color you can find high quality tuxedo shirts at a wholesale rates at wholesale tuxedo shops. Proper fit is another factor that commands respect and elegance as much as the tuxedo jacket does. Shirts are available in different styles.So choosing a right kind of shirt compliments the look of the tuxedo.


Most formal collar option is the wing tipped type. It got its name from the foldout collar points and the edges are made to look like wings that add considerable appeal to the overall look. They are specially designed to compliment the bow tie and thus if you go for a casual or a semi formal look it is better to avoid this style. They are most suitable to highly formal events.Most prevalent type is the spread collar one. This is attributed to the advantage of it being more flexible than the wing tipped style. They can be used around tuxedos with bow and tie and can be similarly used with the suits. They are most popular among the collar styles for their versatility. They come in different styles with the spread the spread that is the distance between the two collar points being the variable factor.


Another factor to be kept in mind while choosing a shirt for a tuxedo is to always go for a bib front shirts. Bibs are the rectangular panels that run at the middle portion of the shirt that ensures that the shirt will not be see through when paired with tuxedo and also brings emphasis on the bow and tie that you are wearing. These come in both pleaded or flat style. It is ideal to go for a flat one unless you prefer the pleaded one over the flats. Pique shirt bibs has a special pique fabric sewn on the front and are considered more formal than the pleated ones.There are only a handful of shirt styles that compliment and complete the men’s tuxedo look and it is important to have a clear knowledge of it to harness the wholesome and posh look of the tuxedo.The right kind of accessories give a chic and stylized look to the tuxedo. Cummerbund is a traditional accessory that is kind of out of fashion now but still some men wear it to traditional events to compliment the atmosphere of the event. It covers the waistline where the pants meet the shirt and is worn with only bow and tie.Long ties are a rare occasion in tuxedos but people who prefer it over bow and tie adopt this style in tuxedos too. Other accessories like cuff links and a matching pair of shoes are the necessary compliments of the look.


That being said the other prominent feature that sets them apart is the correct usage of the tuxedos. The suits are a flexible clothing and can basically be worn to any events if it be a classic one. There are varied versions of the suit for different events like the velvet ones cannot be worn as an daily wear but most common suits can be worn at any places without turning heads.The tuxedos on the other hand are only suitable for events like evening parties and dinners and can never be worn as a business suit. They are considered to be more formal than suits and can only be worn at very special events. It elevates your appearance and is treated as the symbol of highest level of formal wear for men.


One of the major concern for men is to choose a outfit that matches the event that they attend. The best way to decide is to look for the dress code and analyse what people will show up in. The basic guidelines are formed out in prior like for a wedding and you being the main man definitely requires a custom made tuxedo to match the wedding dress of your bride. But a small dinner party among your colleagues may not require such extravaganza and a elegant suit would perfectly fulfill the purpose. Wholesale suppliers and distributors are large at this time and giving a stroll along the shop or the site could give you a wide perspective on the varities in the suits line. Thus it should be basic knowledge that suits are far more flexible than tuxedos and you can rest your tuxedos in the wardrobe unless its need arises on a extremely special occasion that you absolutely want to slay.


The aforementioned data should give you a vague idea of what the tuxedos should cost when compared with suits. Yes the extravaganza it offers comes at a price but if you are a person who attends events several times a week it may be imperial to invest time and money into choosing a good quality tuxedo since you may be among a crowd which can tell the difference between an average tuxedo and a high quality one within a glance. Yes they are more pocket draining than the normal suits but the answer is in the question itself. They are not normals suits. The suits can be compromised on the fabric aspect. A well fitting suit made of a poor fabric may look better than a ill fitted suit made of a good quality one. But a tuxedo is a symbol of elegance and thus has to be made of a superior fabric and also be of a perfect fit. Thus keeping in mind all these aspects and the cost it is always better to rent a tuxedo if these tuxedo parties are not among your constant list of events. There are a lot of online shops that sell or rent a tuxedo at lower prices. These rental companies maybe a lifesaver for people who doesn't want to spend a fortune on a quality tuxedo. Another option is to choose the option of the wholesale companies. The wholesale tuxedos on sale still are no where near the price of the suits but still the difference is large enough to give it a shot. Thus gaining knowledge of the wholesale tuxedo outlets near you may be a great asset when a event pops up suddenly.


Suits are always a good investment you make on yourself and a little research on the topic may serve you for long times to come.