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🤵” meaning: person in tuxedo, man in suit Emoji

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🤵Meaning and Description

Greet the "🤵" emoji, popularly known as the Person in Tuxedo, it shows a gender-neutral figure dressed in a classy tuxedo, complete with a bowtie🎀, indicating a high level of formality.

The tuxedo has been a staple of formal wear since the late 19th century, associated with gala events, black-tie occasions, and weddings. The tuxedo gets its name from Tuxedo Park, a posh area in New York. But the actual roots of this dapper attire go back to England in 1865, when Prince Edward VII had a tailor craft him a shorter black jacket inspired by military uniforms. This style caught the eye of Potter, a friend of the prince, during a visit to England. Potter loved the look, got one for himself, and brought it back to the States. He sported it at a ball in Tuxedo Park, and it was a hit among his friends and make it popular.

The 🤵 emoji is primarily used to symbolize formal attire, weddings, or sophistication. This emoji often pops up when folks are buzzing about a big event, like a wedding, graduation, or prom. And on a metaphorical level, it can symbolize someone who is preparing for an important event or taking on a significant role.

You can also explore the male version "🤵‍♂️" and female version "🤵‍♀️", and skin-tone customization is always there for a personalized touch.

💡Extended reading and popular science

The meaning of emoji symbol 🤵 is person in tuxedo, it is related to groom, person, tuxedo, it can be found in emoji category: "👌 People & Body" - "👨‍🍳 person-role".

🤵 is an Emoji modifier base, it can be used as a single Emoji, and can also be combined with the skin tone Emoji modifier to form a new Emoji. There are 5 types of Emoji modifiers, namely: 🏻, 🏼, 🏽, 🏾, 🏿. 🤵 is combined with these skin tone Emoji modifiers to form new Emoji modifier sequences. The following are examples of the combination:
Wikipedia: 🤵 Black tie
Black tie is a semi-formal Western dress code for evening events, originating in British and American conventions for attire in the 19th century. In British English, the dress code is often referred to synecdochically by its principal element for men, the dinner suit or dinner jacket. In American English the equivalent term tuxedo is common. The dinner suit is a black, midnight blue or white two- or three-piece suit, distinguished by satin or grosgrain jacket lapels and similar stripes along the outseam of the trousers. It is worn with a white dress shirt with standing or turndown collar and link cuffs, a black bow tie, typically an evening waistcoat or a cummerbund, and black patent leather dress shoes or court pumps. Accessories may include a semi-formal homburg, bowler, or boater hat. For women, an evening gown or other fashionable evening attire may be worn. The first dinner jacket is traditionally traced to 1865 on the then Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII (1841–1910). The late 19th century saw gradual introduction of the lounge jacket without tails as a less formal and more comfortable leisure alternative to the frock coat. Similarly, the shorter dinner jacket evolved as a less formal alternative to the dress coat out of the informal smoking jacket, itself an evolvement out of the banyan. Thus in many non-English languages, a dinner jacket is still known as the false friend "smoking". In American English, its synonym "tuxedo" was derived from the town of Tuxedo Park in New York State, where it was introduced in 1886 following the example of Europeans. Following the counterculture of the 1960s, black tie has increasingly replaced white tie for more formal settings in the United States, along with cultures influenced by American culture. Traditionally worn only for events after 6 p.m., black tie is less formal than white tie but more formal than informal or business dress. As semi-formal, black tie are worn for dinner parties (public, fraternities, private) and sometimes even to balls and weddings, although etiquette experts discourage wearing of black tie for weddings. Traditional semi-formal day wear equivalent is black lounge suit. Supplementary semi-formal alternatives may be accepted for black tie: mess dress uniform, religious clothing (such as cassock), folk costumes (such as highland dress), etc. 🔗 Black tie
🌐: پاپیون سیاه, Dasi hitam, 블랙 타이, Tuxedo, 黑色领结.

🤵Examples and Usage

🔸 Can't wait to go to a good friend's wedding 🤵👰!
🔸 Did you see the man in the corner of the restaurant 🍴 wearing a tuxedo 🤵 playing the piano 🎹?

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Emoji: 🤵
Shortname: person in tuxedo
Apple Name: person in tuxedo
Known as: Man In Suit | Groom
Codepoint: U+1F935 Copy
Decimal: ALT+129333
Unicode Version: 9.0 (2016-06-03)
Emoji Version: 3.0 (2016-06-03)
Categories: 👌 People & Body
Sub Categories: 👨‍🍳 person-role
Keywords: groom | person | person in tuxedo | tuxedo

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