Esquire Style Hacks #5 - Twists On The Traditional Tux

New ways to nail party season

Dress codes don't come more specific than 'Black Tie'.

Thing is, at this time of year – a time when black tie events are two a penny – it can sometimes pay to play with the theme a bit.

Here, our style director Teo van den Broeke shows you three (very doable) twists on the classic tuxedo, and how to wear them yourself.

Happy hangover!

Look 1:

Ralph Lauren Purple Label peak lapel evening tuxedo

Brioni white cotton dress shirt

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Harrods of London black satin bow tie

Look 2:

Corneliani peak lapel evening suit

John Smedley black rollneck

Mangnanni Brown stitched Oxford

Look 3:

Corneliani flannel trousers

Tom Ford green velvet tuxedo jacket

Alexander McQueen white bibbed shirt

Dolce and Gabbana black shoes

Look 4:

Corneliani flannel trousers

Tom Ford red velvet tuxedo jacket

Alexander McQueen double collar shirt

Dolce and Gabbana black shoes

Look 5:

Givenchy studded suit jacket

Givenchy star detail trousers

Alexander McQueen white shirt with double collar detail

Mangnanni Brown stitched Oxford