Is a Midnight Blue Dinner Suit correct?
Over the past few years, we have noticed a sharp increase in the midnight blue dinner suit.
From the red carpet at the Oscars to the ordinary folk amongst us, the midnight blue dinner suit is being seen more and more. The contrasting blue on the black satin looks incredibly stylish.
At The Bespoke Tailor, we are fully aware of the rules of black tie and ensure that our garments comply with tradition and fashion alike.
Eddy Redmayne has been seen wearing a midnight blue dinner suit at the Oscars. We were disappointed not to see satin piping on the trousers but the jacket looked sharp.
The idea with “black tie” is that the male should stick to a very strict set of rules. The monotone outfits would blend in and allow the female companion to be the centre of attention.
Over the past few years though, the male has become a little more fashion conscious.
When we get commissioned for a midnight blue dinner suit, we recommend a mohair fabric. This is a slightly more course fabric that work perfectly for evening wear. Mohair is made from goat, as opposed to sheep so the fibre is better suited for the commission. The crease resistance is incredible too which means that the garment looks as sharp at the end of the night as it did at the beginning.
Are you looking for a midnight blue dinner suit? The Bespoke Tailor will be able to help!
We can create a single breasted or double breasted evening suit and take you through each and every detail before cutting the perfect suit for you.
The midnight blue evening suit is perfect for weddings, awards ceremonies, black tie events and the jacket can even be worn separately.
We take appointments at our London showroom and see clients in the comfort of their own home or places of work at a time that is ideal for them.
With around 7000 fabrics being available, we are confident that we have more clothes than any other London tailor. This means that we are able help with any businesses attire, wedding suits, evening wear or even bespoke shooting suits.
We will keep you informed throughout the process and will see you with various fittings until the garments are perfect.
We require a minimum of 8 weeks to complete a commission although this does differ depending on the level of work going through the work shop.