GARDEN & GUN - MARCH 2017

March 27, 2017

GARDEN & GUN - MARCH 2017

A DIFFERENT STRIPE

Tuxedos are always dapper, but in the heat that lingers from May to September, wearing a wool one is akin to wearing a hair shirt. That’s where the seersucker tuxedo by Haspel comes in. The company’s take on the tux features seersucker in formal navy and black. Pair it with a classic tuxedo shirt, a hand-tied bow tie, and a white silk pocket square by Brooks Brothers and you’re ready for anything.






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