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While attending a formal event with my wife this weekend, I
noticed that she, in her sleeveless gown, was at a comfortable
temperature during dinner. She even mentioned being a bit
chilly at one point. Meanwhile, I was pretty warm and even
perspiring slightly. A sleeveless tuxedo would have fit
perfectly... a nice, formal look with the vest and bow tie, with
the sleeveless jacket and shirt providing plenty of air
circulation over the arms and in through the generous arm
My approach to the same problem [wiml, Sep 25 2000, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Sleeveless Tuxedo Shirt
Just cut the arms off your jacket. [Cedar Park, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||I've heard of perspiration.
||Nah... not quite what I had in mind. Obviously you could
disrobe until you were cooler, but then you're "out of
uniform," so to speak. I was thinking of a full ensemble,
including jacket, that simply had no sleeves. That way
you're cool right from the start without having to leave
pieces of clothing strewn about the
||The first guy over the age of six that get's caught in Texas wearing short trouser's with a dinner jacket, will likely not see seven. Who told you that, PeterSealy????
||Mortisha's (mortishas.com.au) does a sleeveless formal coat ... Very nice and fits the bill exactly.
||Can you keep the sleeves but make the fabric out of space-age air circulating material?
||or just encourage all you friends to have nude weddings.