I'm sure we have all heard the phrase, "There's more than one way to skin a cat." Well, I would like to add to that by saying, the same reigns true when wearing a tuxedo. In fact, nowadays we see men stepping out the box as we find there's more than one style of tuxedos. Typically, when we look at the award shows such as the Oscars, Academy, SAG, and Grammys just to name a few, we are use to seeing a gentleman wear the classic black tuxedo with the silk satin lapel along with a bib or pin tuck white button down shirt with a black bow tie or skinny tie. Also, we often see this look worn during most black tie functions and at weddings. However, I'm here to announce that the rules of the game have changed. I had a chance to see exactly how they changed during New York Fashion Week when I attended an incredible presentation at the Hudson Hotel Penthouse by two incredible Japanese designers named Hanayome and Masahiro Soga. Both designers came together and decided it was just about time to present a new way of how a man can wear a tuxedo. Take a look at the varied styles of what I call The New Luxe Tux. This will give every Maverick Man a new perspective and something to think about the next time you have to attend an event that requires you to wear formal attire.
This luxe tux is great for the Maverick Man that's bold and daring enough to take a trip on the wild side. The pattern speaks volumes.
Floral print is not only for women and they certainly are not the only ones that loves flowers. Men love flowers too.
A Maverick Man knows that he doesn't have to be in the safari to wear a leopard print. It is very befitting for the red carpet when worn the right way.
The Finale! All of these get my vote and MAVERICK stamp of approval. #ISayYes