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tux

(təks)
n. a tuxedo. Rent your tux well in advance.
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The two companies will continue to operate as separate brands under the holding company, Gen Tux, Inc.
With any tailored fit suit, especially the tux, accessories are important in creating a unique personal style.
But if different people have different styles every other day of the year, why should everyone wear the same black tux and white dress on prom night?
Orange Label Art + Advertising, one of Orange County, California's longest-standing privately held advertising and marketing agencies, is honored to be selected as the Advertising Agency of Record for Friar Tux Shop, an Anaheim-based and locally owned men's formalwear business with 31 locations throughout Southern California.
Parker wasn't the only man in violet shades - Daniel Dae Kim of ``Lost'' wore a deep purple shirt beneath his tux, and rapper/actor Chris ``Ludacris'' Bridges also accented with purple shirt, satin tie and handkerchief.
They always say song choice is so important in the final rounds," said a weary Tux.
83sec, 15 spots slower than the time subsequently clocked by Park Admiral in beating another of her runners, Rus-sanda Tux.
Imagine trying to coordinate your tux with that color, guys.
The other semi went much more according to the formbook with Harry Crapper's 8-11 favourite Park Admiral rallying to account for another Parker-trained runner, Russanda Tux, by nearly three lengths in 39.
Many wore a less-formal tux look with white shirt and long black tie instead of a bow tie.
For the Classic guy, there's the hard core traditional black tux.
Also in a shorter gown was the always fashionable Sarah Jessica Parker, who stopped to show off her dress to ``Queer Eye for the Straight Guy's'' Carson Kressley, who wore a pink tux jacket.