This Calvin Klein 3-button tuxedo seems to incorporate the CK formalwear ideal. Fashion forward 3 button tux styling, sleek, clean lines yet classic and not over the top, and rich pure wool cloth. Sharp 3-button, flap pocket, no-vent coat with the Calvin Klein flair for style. The interior is fully lined with 2 inside breast pockets and one lower cell phone pocket. Matching formal slack is available in either flat front or pleated styles. Both slacks are lined to the knee for comfort and pre-hemmed so you don’t need to visit a tailor. Both slacks have a 2” letout (just like any other dress slack) in case you need a bit more room.
Rich, super-110’s pure wool twill cloth is lightweight for year-round wear.
Tightly woven, very elegant, this tuxedo is a pleasure to wear. Now, what
is that super-110’s about anyhow? Here’s the story. The higher the number,
the finer the yarn used to weave the cloth. In theory, the finer the yarn,
the more yarn is packed into each yard of cloth, the silkier it will feel & the
happier you will be. That said, nowadays most every bolt of cloth is labeled
super 100 or super 120 or even super 150. This is the clothing industry’s
version of grade inflation. Just because the yarn is very thin doesn’t mean
the fabric is fine. After all, the old Yugo was made out of the same steel
as a svelte Ferrari, yet nobody would ever confuse the two. Likewise, don’t
confuse some of our competitors who flout super 120, super 150, super 180
as really being “super” without knowing the actual garment. Calvin Klein’s
tuxedo is truly super, and while not that svelte Ferrari (see Corneliani),
it certainly runs with the Acuras of the world.