Thereâ€™s more to menâ€™s formal wear than tuxedoes and tailcoats. You can take already charming tuxedo and give it an extra bit of polish with what right accessories. The most popular shirts are those with pleat from Â¼â€ to Â¾â€ wide. For larger or huskier grooms the pique front shirt is an excellent choice. For thin and tall grooms a shirt with horizontal pleating is a good selection. The most popular collar is the wingtip which shows the complete bow tie. Some choose the lay down collar which is like a traditional dress shirt leaving only the knot exposed. Among younger moderns groom the band collar is becoming increasingly popular. There is no tie just a simple band secured with a cufflink like fastener at the top. While many formal wear stores off standard button shirts, a French cuff is a much more elegant and classy choice. While investing in a nice set of cufflinks is an option you can always rent them if you choose. You should also wear stud which are tiny little fasteners that work like cufflinks where shirt buttons are usually found. If possible try to coordinate the color of the cufflinks and studs with your wedding band and jewelry. Unless you happen to know how to tie a bow tie opt for a pre-tied version, you will really save yourself a lot of stress and aggravations. Silk or satin are the most popular choices for material, with black and gray being the most popular color choices. The choice of cummerbund or vest is up to the bride and groom. The vest give a much more formal sophisticated look, but the cummerbund is easier to move and dance in. Vests are usually white or grey in color. Cummerbunds are usually black or grey. Some couples try to match the cummerbunds to colors of the bridesmaidâ€™s dresses.