Tuxedo is a formal dress. What kind of dress has it evolved from
Tuxedo is evolved from the British cavalry's long dress, which was born out of the medieval European court dress. Tuxedos originated in England. At the beginning of the 18th century, when the British cavalry rode on horseback, because of the inconvenience of their long clothes, they rolled up the front hem and pinned it back to reveal its colorful lining. Unexpectedly, it was very beautiful. As a result, many other arms followed suit. In the middle of the 18th century, officials and civilians began to wear clothes with a short front. As a fashion, tuxedos came into being and soon spread all over Britain. By the late 18th century, tuxedos had become popular in most countries in Europe and the United States. Over time, tuxedos developed into two styles. One is British. The British style is mainly high lapel, and it is symmetrical triangle. It is in the shape of a pair of lapels when it is buckled. It is worn with the short trousers of white commonly, if it is to wear tight trousers, should match with black leather boots. The second is French. The main features of French style
Tuxedo is a formal dress for European men on special occasions. Its basic structural form is the short front collar, the long back, the swallow tail shaped back and the two slits, which originated from the European style. Most of the colors are black, which means serious, serious and sacred.