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Finally, men’s formalwear is beginning to evolve. We are seeing more trendy styles and a dramatic move towards today’s fashion. Blue has always been essential in men’s clothing. However, most of the time, navy rules over all. Though navy is delightfully adaptable, it’s rather somber – cobalt blue provides a more vibrant option, particularly during the spring and summer. Colored suits have taken over the fashion world, but now colored tuxedos are here.
Effortless, sophisticated, and a bit festive; the cobalt blue plays the starring role as the only color in the outfit. If you’re attending an event and want to make a subtle statement, this is for you. Pair with a white shirt, black tie, and white pocket square.
On the other end of the spectrum, choosing a solid blue tuxedo gives you more options for color pairings. Start with bright blue and then take a trip to the other side of the color wheel. You’ll land on reddish, pink, and gold tones which are perfect for your accessories.
Navy blue is such a versatile color that can be dressed up or down to match any occasion. From your next wedding event to a formal affair, navy blue is a timeless trend that is here to stay.
Any occasion that demands a tuxedo, can be attended in a navy tuxedo. This includes black tie affairs but only if called black tie, not black coat. The midnight navy is dark enough to easily blend in with a sea of people wearing black coats.
The time has come! We are excited to introduce our new Navy suit, the Navy 'Aspen' Suit in our top Super 150s luxury material.
Our new Navy 'Aspen' Suit (above) and Navy 'Fitzgerald' Tuxedo (left) has a rich hue of navy which gives it a fresh and modern feeling.
Come check out all of our Navy suit and new arrivals in store, no appointment needed.
Katie Barnett, of Vivid Dream Photography, photographed and filmed one of our newest arrivals from Cardi. The Steel 'Fitzgerald' tuxedo coat has a truly amazing look. Check out the video below.