Peak Lapel Tuxedo

The peak lapel tuxedo is the least common of all tuxedos worn for different occasions. Gentlemen who have thinner bodies are more likely to have this type of tuxedo because it tends to make them look bigger than they really are. Always make sure you have the bottom button is unbuttoned.

The demand for this type of tux is less than 80% of the market. They are reasonably affordable to rent and even more economical to buy. They can be worn with practically every tuxedo pattern you can think of.

An interesting point of notice is that this type of tuxedo is the modern version of the tailcoat. It is worn most often at awards ceremonies and offers a unique contemporary style to a person's persona.

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