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tux

(təks)
n. a tuxedo. Rent your tux well in advance.
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With one of the most talented leadership teams in the country, the future is bright for Tip Top Tux. Tip Top Tux operates 70 current locations under the parent brand along with Al's Formal Wear in the South, and bridal division, Dream Dress Express.
Bringing Menguin into the fold is part of Generation Tux's larger e-commerce strategy to strengthen its technological foothold and establish market position in the industry of online tux rentals.
For Burton, the double-breasted silhouette is big news, as it's a new twist on the typically single-breasted tux jacket.
STEAL BLACK SATIN COLLAR TUX JACKET, EUR80 at Topshop SPREE Boutique by Jaeger Zip detail tux jacket WAS EUR220 NOW EUR120 at House of Fraser SPLURGE HELMUT LANG Smoking wool-blend blazer EUR540 at net-a-porter.com
The family last achieved prominence in 1999 with the Irish Laurels dead-heater Tigers Eye, whose mother was a half-sister to Russanda Tux's third dam Solus Supreme.
"When people ask me what I'm wearing, I say, 'A tux.' I'm not there to be an advertisement for anyone."
Masked guests in gowns and tuxes flowed into the Ritz on a chilly March night for the Asolo's "A Midwinter Night's Dream." Among the revelers: Patricia Laughlin (in a mask of white feathers and pearls she picked up in Key West), Nikki Nilon (masquerading as a man in tux, spats and mustache), and Susan Palmer, who Xeroxed her dress to make a mask that was a perfect match.
Black tux trousers with satin seam, pounds 29, Zara.
Tux, you see, stands for Tactical Uniform Experiment and Q will be kicking himself he didn't think of this one first.
When a chauffeur (Chan) comes upon his rich millionaire boss's tux, he can't resist trying it on.