Home > Industry/Domain > Weddings > Grooms


A glossary of Tuxedo Terms and Wedding Tuxedo Styles

Contributors in Grooms


bolo tie

Weddings; Grooms

A cowboy-style necktie consisting of a piece of cord or leather with decorative metal tips secured with an ornamental clasp or slide.

ascot tie

Weddings; Grooms

This wide, formal tie is usually patterned, folded over, and fastened with a stickpin or tie tack. Usually reserved for ultra-formal daytime weddings and worn with a cutaway coat and striped gray ...


Weddings; Grooms

You can also wear a classic tie with your tux, to create a more casual -- yet still elegant -- wedding look. Pick a silk tie in silver or blue, which will be dressy enough to stand up to a tux.

bow tie

Weddings; Grooms

A type of men's necktie, consisting of a ribbon of fabric tied around the collar in a symmetrical manner such that the two opposite ends form loops. Bow ties should be worn with a classic tux. They ...


Weddings; Grooms

As for sleeve cuffs, you have a few options: standard dress-shirt cuffs held together with cuff links; French cuffs, which are folded over and closed with cuff links; and cuffs that close with a ...

spread collar

Weddings; Grooms

This resembles a standard button-front shirt but features a wide division between points in front. The wider collar looks great with a Euro tie or a standard necktie tied in a Windsor knot.

mandarin collar

Weddings; Grooms

This collar stands up around the neck and is the most contemporary-style tuxedo shirt. If ties remind you of a hangman’s noose, you'll love this option, since you can wear it without a tie.

Featured blossaries

Lamborghini Models

Category: Engineering   2 2 Terms

10 Best Bali Luxury Resorts

Category: Travel   1 10 Terms