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February 26, 2020 - Lethbridge Sun Times/Shopper - page 15


CHOOSING THE


PERFECT TUXEDO


Your big day is fast approaching and you’re beginning to think about your tuxedo. Is it worthwhile to buy one or should you rent it instead? Is it possible to buy a previously- worn tuxedo? If your head is buzzing with unanswered questions, keep reading.


Tuxedo rental businesses supply tuxedos and matching accessories to give the fi nishing touches to your appearance. The classic tuxedo is black, but there is plenty of room for individual style. Create your own wedding day look by carefully choosing a vest, shirt, cravat, shoes, hat, suspenders, cuffl inks, scarf, and belt.


Make an appointment to try on a tuxedo


before you reserve it The shop’s tailor will make the necessary adjustments at a later date. You can pick up your outfi t one or two days before the wedding, depending on whether it takes place during the week or on a weekend. If you gain or lose weight you can return to the store for adjustments up to three weeks before the wedding date, Take note that good savings can be had on rental prices by taking advantage of “early- bird” promotions before the summer peak- wedding season.


If you’ve decided to buy a tuxedo, look for end of season sales or shop around in second-hand clothing stores. Some men’s stores have tailors available if you would like to have a suit or shirt made to measure. There are as many possibilities as there are personalities — from a modern cut to the classic tux, there is a suit and a price for everyone.


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Choosing a dress to suit your body type


Thousands of different styles and models of wedding gowns are available on the market, one more beautiful than the next. From white to cream, from long to short, and lace, pearls, and silks: there is certainly no lack of choice. But before you set out on a marathon tour of all the wedding dress boutiques, it is important to get to know your body type so that you can know what style of dress will best suit you.


Do you have an hourglass shape (shoulders and hips of equal width, with smaller waist)? You could treat yourself to a “mermaid” gown that accentuates your curves. If you dream of a royal wedding, the princess dress is perfect for you, as is a two-piece dress with a bustier. In short, anything that fl atters the waistline will emphasize your feminine curves.


• For apple or V-shaped fi gures (shoulders broader than the hips), look more for an empire waist or A-line dress which will balance your proportions.


• If your hips are wider than your shoulders, you have a pear or A-shaped fi gure. Look for an A-line style and avoid a straight or mermaid dress that draws eyes where you don’t want them to be.


• When your shoulders, hips, and waist are all of a similar width, you have a straight or I- shape. Avoid a straight dress, opting for an A-line or princess style or one with a bodice, which will create a more curved effect.


• If you’re petite, look for a simple dress without too many frills. Belts should be avoided, as they will cut your silhouette in two where a lengthening effect would be more desirable. No matter what your body type, let your instincts guide you towards the dress of your dreams. Don’t hesitate to ask for a few extra adjustments from the shop’s seamstress so that you will feel completely comfortable in your grown


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