Black Tie Tuxedo Suit is from 1860, when Henry Poole & Co. (Savile Row founder), to wear a tailored suit just for the then Prince of Wales, in particular the casual dining set. After sartorial myth, in early 1886, the Prince, as Cora Potter, invites her husband, James Potter, a wealthy New Yorker, at the residence of Sandringham, Norfolk his hunting ground.
When asked at the suggestion of Prince Potter dress, Potter sent Henry Poole & Co., in London. On his return to New York in 1886, Potter Dinner Tuxedo Suit Tuxedo Park Club proved fashion, the club of the man he copied his uniform rapidly as casual dining.
While Americans call the first new piece of clothing in a tuxedo, the term is now used incorrectly to represent any form of official dress or semi-formal morning suit, white tie and strollers. Two years later, he is given the name of tuxedos in the UK, there has been a new name in the U.S. northeast.