Popular Suits & Tuxedos

Popular suit and tuxedo colors and styles we carry. We aim to carry the most popular options that go great with whatever your special occasion may be. 

Suits

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Black

Every discerning gent should own a black suit. Like its female counterpart, the little black dress, the black suit is a fashion fail-safe for formal affairs. Black works with any skin tone and its ability to slim and contour are second to none — perfect for disguising that beer belly!

Similar to its navy blue cousin, the black suit is all about displaying authority. You know a man means business when he dons black. Unfortunately, many men underestimate its power to intimidate and impress. As the most formal of suit colors, black is well-suited to funerals, weddings, and important events, but for work meetings, black can convey an undesirable arrogant vibe and come across as harsh. In this case, it’s better to opt for a blue or earthy tone.

Royal Blue

Royal Blue suits denote the same things as a darker navy suit but give a more relaxed and approachable look. This is a great option for those who are looking for blue to show as darker navy colors sometimes don't show up as well in darker environments. This is a great option for interviews, weddings, for those who already might own darker suits and look for something more unique without going over the top, and if you are attending an event that requires meeting lots of people. 

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New Navy

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Navy blue is the most popular suit color and it’s with good reason. Navy blue denotes authority, dependability, and loyalty, making it a staple choice for men who want to make a serious sartorial statement. Exuding power, this commanding color is a classic choice for business meetings, interviews, and public events where you need to make an impression. This dark tone is also incredibly easy to wear and customize, so much so, that it’s almost impossible not to pull off this classic look. Adding a dash of character is easy — whether you opt for a purple tie or a red pocket square, navy is incredibly versatile and, like black and white, complements most colors, meaning you can get creative.

Charcoal

Dark grey, or charcoal, suits give off an air of maturity. It’s a color that imparts loyalty, dependability, and practicality. A younger man looking to make a professional impression in the dog-eat-dog world could do worse than opting for a dark grey suit. Arguably the most practical and versatile of suit colors, it works well for almost any event, whether a wedding, funeral, business meeting, or even date night. Unlike black, a muted grey is less harsh and imposing but still evokes the same timelessness. If you’re looking to stand out and blend in, you can’t go wrong with a  grey suit.

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Medium Grey

Medium grey suits give off the same air of maturity as a charcoal suit while having the more relaxed and cool look of a light grey suit. Medium grey suits also give you the option to wear fancy designs like a windowpane, sharkskin, and houndstooth subtly. Medium grey is great for all formal events such as weddings, business meetings, and formal date nights. We have seen an increase in popularity in medium grey suits over the last few seasons with weddings due to younger generations wanting to have more fun and relaxed weddings while still keeping the formality. 

Lt. Grey

There are more than 50 shades of grey and each one elicits a different sartorial sensibility. The light grey suit couldn’t be more different from its charcoal brethren. A great alternative to the monotony of the darker tones associated with office wear, light grey is a cool and casual must-have. You don’t have to opt for a plain, matte grey suit, either. Its lighter shade gives way to a number of patterns, such as herringbone and check.

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Burgendy

Burgundy is the ultimate statement color. Worn wrong, it can look gaudy and tacky, but worn right, a red suit will convey strength and leadership. As the color that drives bulls wild, fittingly, burgundy exudes power, energy, and passion, and is the go-to color for assertive, confident men. While burgundy is well suited to date nights and formal events, you won’t look out of place wearing a burgundy suit in the office. Pair it with a darker, more toned-down hue to look more practical, formal, or casual — whatever you’re going for — while standing out from the rest.

Tuxedos

Black

Buttons: 2 Button (shown) or 1 button

Vents: 2 Side Vents

Lapel Material: Satin 

Lapel Style: Notch (shown), Arlan, & Shawl

Jacket Cut: Modern Fit or Slim Fit 

Pant Cut: No Pleat Modern or Slim Fit with adjustable waist

Occasion: Best suited for all weddings (for the groom and rest of the groomsmen and best man), proms, and a safe option for all formal events. 

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Burgendy

Buttons: 1 button

Vents: 2 Side Vents

Lapel Material: Satin 

Lapel Style: Arlan (shown) or Shawl

Jacket Cut: Modern Fit or Slim Fit 

Pant Cut: No Pleat Modern or Slim Fit with adjustable waist

Occasion: Best suited for all weddings (for the groom and rest of the groomsmen and best man) and proms.

Lt. Grey

Buttons: 1 button

Vents: 2 Side Vents

Lapel Material: Satin 

Lapel Style: Arlan (shown) or Shawl

Jacket Cut: Modern Fit or Slim Fit 

Pant Cut: No Pleat Modern or Slim Fit with adjustable waist

Occasion: Best suited for all weddings (for the groom and rest of the groomsmen and best man) and proms.

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Navy 

Buttons: 1 button

Vents: 2 Side Vents

Lapel Material: Satin 

Lapel Style: Arlan or Shawl (shown)

Jacket Cut: Modern Fit or Slim Fit 

Pant Cut: No Pleat Modern or Slim Fit with adjustable waist

Occasion: Best suited for all weddings (for the groom and rest of the groomsmen and best man) and proms.