The SEXY Black Tux!

Be the Leading Man

By Janine Giorgenti
Let’s not mince words, nothing makes a man look more sexy, stately, polished, and unmistakably irresistible to women than when dressed in a black tuxedo.
Like the leading men on the silver screen would suggest, black tuxedos are for the alpha male who asserts command and draws the peering eyes of whom ever is in the room he enters.
A black tuxedo symbolizes prestige, power, elegance, status, and wealth.
Look your best. Go custom.
Simply put, there is only one way to appear for your formal event and that’s to wear a gorgeous custom fitting black tuxedo.
If you truly want to look your best at your next wedding or black-tie event, you will want to arrive wearing a custom-made black tuxedo that will accentuate and flatter every contour of your physique.
Your custom tuxedo should include custom features to allow you to make a statement that you’re serious about wearing nothing but the most cutting edge modern tuxedo, that was designed with your unique style sense in mind.
Have a vision? Giorgenti Makes it Happen.
A custom black tuxedo by Giorgenti is designed using the most current fashion trends, blending over 30+ years experience in designing New York’s top tuxedos with the experience of our highly trained design team.
We take your physique, hair color, eye color, skin tone, and personality into account, to custom design a tuxedo that is styled unmistakably for you. Giorgenti also specializes in hard to fit body types.
We Understand YOUR Vibe.
Have a specific image in mind for your black tuxedo?
Perhaps you saw something you liked on the red carpet or Instagram and would like to replicate that look.
At Giorgenti, our design team will give you the fit, quality, and stylish look you desire.
Giorgenti: On Top of the Style Trends
Keeping our customers on the cutting edge of fashion is what we do. 
* A traditional black tuxedo, or a trendier skinny cut.
* A black tuxedo made with a notch, peak or the popular shawl collar in satin or grosgrain with matching fabric covered buttons.
* A black tuxedo that can be single breasted with one or two buttons or double breasted with a single vent, double vent or no back vent.
Accessorizing your Black Tuxedo is Key.
You can adorn your black tuxedo with a cool textured or patterned vest, bow-tie, traditional tie, cummerbund, or wear it with suspenders.
The tuxedo shirt you choose may be white-on-white, textured or solid with a traditional wing collar and a pleated front worn with stud sets, or maybe the – newer – wide spread collar with a fly front and French cuffs worn with beautiful cuff-links.
Have a picture that is near and dear to you? We can make that into a custom inner tuxedo coat lining.
Giorgenti features limitless custom features and accessories to “finish the look” on your custom black tuxedo. 
The Perfect Tux for your Formal Occasion or Wedding

Giorgenti will make your dream wedding look a reality. We understand the magnitude of your wedding or formal event, and how important it is – in the age of social media – to not just look your best, but to make the right statement.
Let’s Get Started

Our process is easy and enjoyable!

Call Janine Giorgenti at (646) 957-6916 to schedule your custom fitting.

Giorgenti Weddings is located at:

1325 Franklin Ave #255
Garden City, NY 11530

Giorgenti Weddings — Your Dream Look, Now a Reality


Weddings are a lot of pressure and moving parts. Trying to get a group of dudes together for fittings is like trying to heard cats into a corral. We can help you select the right suit or tuxedo for your groomsmen and take care of the fittings. Giorgenti has an extensive rental program with many styles of suits and tuxedos to choose from. We will help you choose the suit ensemble or tuxedo to coordinate with the rest of your wedding party.
We can also make custom shirts or cufflinks for memorable gifts for your groomsmen.


In the late 1920s the newly modified cummerbund burst upon the scene. The pleated formal sash could be perfectly matched to enhance the look of a black tuxedo or described as the de rigueur for waist coverings worn with the white dinner jacketor white tuxedo.By 1937, The New Etiquette was describing the cummerbund as the formalwear accessory that was a “popular and chic” waist covering for weddings and back tie events. A cummerbund is flattering as it covers the tummy, it is decorative and withinthe spirit of colorful gaiety.

Today,the cummerbund is considered cool and stylish among millennials, as it is a vintage throw-back to an earlier era, which makes it popular and nouveau (hence in their terms…lit and fire!).