attire has many genres and options, the term "tuxedo formal wear"
refers to tuxedos which are always formal so the
complete term in itself is somewhat redundant. Basically tuxedos are a
subcategory of formal wear and by combining the two terms one achieves the same
thing as if they researched the term "car automobile". Other names for
"tuxedo formal wear" are man tuxedo, men's
tuxedo, child tuxedo and women's
Formal Wear Expanded
Within the realm
of "tuxedo formal wear" there are subcategories of these tuxedos that you are now familiar with. Each of which I will briefly expand upon so that
you will know the differences between each of them within their own bolded
headings below. Do note that many of the options below are similar so there may
be a little bit of (ehh hem) redundancy and even better, obviousness.
Tuxedo and Men's Tuxedo
A man tuxedo is
a formal garment meant to be worn by a male.
A child tuxedo
is a formal garment meant to be worn by a child, kid or even a baby.
A women's tuxedo
is a formal garment meant to be worn by a woman or female.