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David Tutera + Michael Andrews

In creating our new menswear collection, I partnered with renowned custom tailor Michael Andrews, the founder and creative head of Michael Andrews Bespoke. I met Michael over a decade ago when he first began cutting tuxedos and suits for my private clients. I loved his attention to detail and desire to create unique, personalized pieces for men—something that was very much needed in the market.  After seeing the beautiful clothes he made for my clients, I began wearing his bespoke creations myself. 

 

I’ve long believed men should have the same opportunity as women to wear something exquisite when dressing for an important celebration – something Michael feels equally passionate about.  The Michael Andrews X David Tutera collection embraces this idea, featuring designs that let the groom walk side by side with their partner without looking left behind. Our menswear collection is custom ordered to your individualized measurements, with the measurement process and garment creation overseen by Michael’s team in New York City.

Suits & Tuxedos

Your Guide to Leaving a Lasting and Stylish Impression on Your Wedding Day

Well, it’s highly unlikely you will ever hear a group of gentlemen fighting over what style shoe to wear or debating if they should go with the wrap or bare-shouldered. But in today’s world grooms are eager to look handsome and want to be as stylish as the bride. I say...FINALLY! This trend is long overdue. Fortunately, there are now almost endless options for guys, allowing them to walk down the aisle in style. So to all my grooms I say this...have fun, feel free to mix and match colors, patterns and details.  Most importantly, just be YOU and make sure you feel as special as your fiancée. It's your day too. You should look at the purchase of a suit or tuxedo for your wedding as a long-term investment. Think about it―unlike the bride, you CAN wear your wedding outfit again! A great suit or tuxedo will have countless opportunities to be worn over and over in the future. Whether its for business meetings, formal events, celebrations or just for fun, you will get your moneys worth from your purchase.  So enjoy shopping here and making it truly your look for your day.

I Do's for Tuxedos

Formal wear is festive by nature so you have tremendous freedom and flexibility to design a look that's all your own.  You can wear an elegant vest or a cummerbund, a long tie or a bow tie, or even mix and match a dinner jacket with contrasting trousers. Feel free to play with color, pattern and texture. Guys used to think they didn’t have options but now you DO! 

I Don'ts for Tuxedos

When it comes to bow ties and cummerbunds, stick with monochromatic colors like black, white and grey. Don't try to match the wedding colors. A red, pink or purple bow tie can make a beautiful tuxedo look like a high school prom outfit.  

Your Defining Moment: A Menswear Glossary

Suit: A jacket and pant combination made from the same matching fabric. Often includes a matching vest (making it a "three-piece" suit). Best paired with a long tie and pocket square. A suit is appropriate for semi-formal affairs. If the event is black-tie optional, stick with a dark grey, dark blue or black suit.

Separates: A sport coat or blazer worn with pants in a different fabric. More casual than a suit. The jacket is generally in a fabric with more texture or pattern than a suit would have. A tie is optional. Can be paired with a contrasting vest for a more elevated look. Separates are often the preferred option for casual celebrations and destination weddings.

Black Tie: Standard tuxedo wear - this means a black or midnight blue tuxedo with silk facing on the jacket lapels and down the side of the trousers. Best worn with a white shirt (French cuffs mandatory!) and a bow tie. The look is completed with a matching vest or silk cummerbund.

Festive Black Tie: This more relaxed version of formal dress allows for a range of dinner jacket options. Silk and velvet fabrics are great choices, and you can pick from a range of colors like royal blue, burgundy and emerald green. Scottish tartans are also a stylish way to go.

Black Tie Encouraged: The polite way of saying "step up your game and get a tux, but if you don't you are still invited."

Morning Dress: This is the classic British outfit worn for formal daytime affairs such as weddings and the Royal Ascot (England's answer to the Kentucky Derby). The look consists of a morning coat, which has a continuous sweeping line from the lapels down to the long tail in the back. The jacket is traditionally solid black and lacks the silk trim found on a tuxedo. It is typically worn with a grey waistcoat (vest) and black and grey striped trousers.

White Tie: The most formal evening wear. It consists of a black tail coat with matching trousers, white pique tuxedo shirt, and a white bow tie. It can be a very elegant look for a groom and the wedding party.