Saturday, July 11, 2009

For the Groom and the Guys

Barong is the traditional wedding get up for the grooms in the Philippines. Nowadays grooms have a variety of colored Barongs to choose from. But since I'm having a black and white theme I wanted my fiance to wear a tuxedo instead. My fiance's brother which is also his best man want to wear a suit too as well as the other groomsmen . So I was like, why not, anyway it will definitely compliment my motif. But as we know Philippines is a tropical country and it's often hot in here, but it's not my problem anymore hahaha... Anyway they can just take off their suits just in case.

So here are my collections and ideas of tuxedos and suits for my fiance and the guys



Index :
Barong Tagalog is an upper garment and known as the formal men's wear of the Philippines.
Barong Tagalog is an upper garment and known as the formal men's wear of the Phillipines. It is very lightweight and worn untucked, over an undershirt. Often use for special events or occasions like weddings.

Tuxedo is originated in a town named Tuxedo , NY , it's a rich community on the west bank of Husdson River 40 miles north of Manhattan where people often have lavish parties. Tuxedo is a man's dress jacket, usually black with satin grosgrain lapels, worn for formal or semi formal occasions.

A Suit is a set of garments crafted from the same cloth, consisting of least a jacket and trousers. Suits are most common style for western people. It is originated in England as their country wear.

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