black tie pocket guide

Introducing the Black Tie & Tuxedo Pocket Guide

Over the last few years, we have reviewed the tuxedos and dinner jackets at the Oscars. Sadly most of those men have terrible black tie outfits despite the fact they have a lot of money but as the old saying goes:”Money can’t buy you style.”

Now, it is always easy to criticize others, but doing it better is much harder. Therefore, we put together a 60+ page Black Tie Pocket Guide. That way you look your best no matter if you wear your tux at the club, your wedding, a gala or any other black tie event or affair.

At the launch, we will make it available to you for free, but it won’t always be like that.  So get your copy while you can.

Black Tie Pocket Guide mockup multi-screen2

Of course, I am biased but I truly believe that this is the best actionable black tie dress code guide out there. Yes, there is already another source out there: Black Tie Guide and while it is extensive it has not been updated in years and the pictures are quite small. But honestly, judge for yourself, and download our complimentary guide with over 140 high-resolution images – I am certain you won’t be disappointed!

Naturally, some things are best explained in motion so we also created a Tuxedo & Black Tie Pocket Guide Video below that explains the details, DO’s & DON’Ts. It has different pictures and you should watch the video & read the guide for the ultimate experience.

If you like this guide, please give us a thumbs up, link to it and share it, thank you!

In case you want to learn more about contrasting Dinner Jackets, head over here. If you are in need of some black tie accessories such as bow ties, cummerbunds, boutonnieres… take a look here.

For proper Black Tie Watches, check out this guide.

Introducing the Black Tie & Tuxedo Pocket Guide
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Introducing the Black Tie & Tuxedo Pocket Guide
Ultimate Tuxedo & Black Tie Guide for the Groom, Groomsmen, Prom & any Tux Event including accessories such as bow ties, cummerbunds, patent leather shoes, gloves, scarves, shoelaces, boutonnieres, cuff links etc.
Gentleman's Gazette LLC
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12 replies
    • otigy says:

      Double breasted jackets are always buttoned, even when sitting down. Also what would be its purpose as no one would see it?

  1. Chris says:

    Great video. I’d love to read the guide but unfortunately did not get the link (nor a response to my Email inquiry). 🙁

    • Sven Raphael Schneider says:

      Check your spam and whitelist us. I cannot see any email from you. Did you fill out a contact form? This is a fully automated process. If you do not get the email, something is wrong on your end, not on our end.

      • Chris says:

        Thanks a lot for the reply. I tried three different Email-Addresses from different providers on two different PCs. I now get a lot of newsletters but still no PDF, also not in the spam.

        Somehow it seems the guide cannot cross the border into the German style desert. 😀

        I know it’s a nuisance but maybe someone from the GG-Team can send the guide “by hand” to my Email? I would be extremely grateful. Thank you. Sorry also for hijacking the comments.

        • Sven Raphael Schneider says:

          Sorry you did not get the pdf. The pdf is not attached to the email. You have to click the link in the email to download it.
          I checked and the email was sent. I also manually went into the system and sent you the links again. Please check your inbox.

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