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2008 Prom Menswear

Whether you go formal in a tuxedo, classic in a suit, or casual in jeans and a vest, Kidzworld offers up some style suggestions for what guys can wear to the prom this year!

Tuxedos

If you're a traditional kind of guy, then a tuxedo is your best bet. It's the most formal gear you can wear to prom, consisting of a single or double-breasted jacket, bow tie and cumberbund worn around the waist, kind of like a belt. You can even get a jacket with tails (no, not the animal kind), but then you might hear penguin jokes all night...

Classic Suits

A classic black suit with a solid-colored tie is for the dude who's not sure what to wear. It's simple, it's stylish and it's sure to make you look great at your prom! If you're stuck on a tie color, just match it to your date's dress.

Go formal in a tux to casual in jeans and a cool vest.
2008 Prom Menswear

Funky Suits

Just cuz prom is a formal event doesn't mean you can't show off your signature style! Add a twist to the classic suit by opting for patterns like pinstripes or houndstooth checks, and colors like charcoal or navy. Complete your outfit with cuff links, a belt and a tie so hip you'll wanna wear it even after prom's over!

Casual Styles

If your school doesn't have strict dress code rules about the prom, consider wearing a dress shirt with a skinny tie and a pair of Chucks for some retro style, or even a cool T-shirt and vest over jeans for an edgier look. Remember, you can look dressy without actually dressing up!

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