The dinner jacket or tuxedo has long been one of the most formal get ups available for the gentleman dresser, and it’s typically always worn the same way. Chances are you’ll buy one for a one-off fancy event – a wedding, perhaps, or some boozy industry awards – and it’ll most likely be black, with satin lapels worn with matching trousers, white dress shirt and a bow tie.
There’s nothing ostensibly wrong with this look. James Bond will tell you that. But while it often allows a man to look his best it’s rather lost its licence to thrill. Whisper it, but the dinner jacket is boring. So overdone is the penguin suit look that it’s a small wonder why men keep returning to it….
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