Did you know that a midnight blue tuxedo is equally correct to the dress code Black Tie as the black tuxedo is? Blue tuxedos are becoming increasingly more popular, since they are considered to come with a twist. Personally, we love the look of a blue tuxedo - especially combined with a black satin lapel. It is also one of the most common options to get married in. When choosing your blue tuxedo we would advice you to be extra observant of the fabric and shade of the blue. A light blue tuxedo with black lapels will give you a more modern look than a midnight blue tuxedo with the same contrasting satin lapels.
Blue tuxedos of today have several options that either can dress up or down its wearer and we would advice you to consider how dressed up you want to be. Traditionally the blue tuxedo trousers come with a single satin braid on the trousers, but you can both level the formality up a notch by going for two or level it down by removing them.
Also, don't forget to add button suspenders instead of belt loops as this is nice touch.