Dunham recalled that she sat next to Beckham and he never spoke to her. She automatically assumed this was because she was not attractive enough for his liking and because she was wearing a tuxedo and not a haute couture gown. She tells Schumer: You and I were literally sitting across from each other at the Met Ball, and it was so surreal to get to do that. I was sitting next to Odell Beckham Jr., and it was so amazing because it was like he looked at me and he determined I was not the shape of a woman by his standards. He was like, Thats a marshmallow. Thats a child. Thats a dog. It wasnt meanhe just seemed confused. The vibe was very much like, Do I want to fuck it? Is it wearing ayep, its wearing a tuxedo.
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And at the bleeding edge, a few enterprising grooms are opting for two different outfits, one for the ceremony and one for the reception, as many brides have been doing for years (Ngs wife wore not just one or two but four dresses). Andrew Blackmon, cofounder of the tuxedo rental startup the Black Tux , says a growing number of grooms are opting for the double rental. “Its happening naturally, and we see it happening on a level that surprises us,” he says. “What we see a lot is more formal for the ceremony and less formal for the reception.” For Black Tux, its a potential opportunity. “Some of the styles were coming out with later this year, theyll be for the guy that wants something like that,” he says. [Photo: courtesy of Black Tux] George Zimmer, founder of a rental startup called Generation Tux, says hes exploring the idea of wedding weekend packages that would include two different looks. “The generation getting married right now wants to do things their own way,” says Zimmer, the long-time face of Mens Wearhouse (before his unceremonious ouster ). “When my generation got married, the brides did about 90% of all the choosing. Thats shifted now.” Grooms like Porter Allison embody that shift. Allison, a professional DJ who lives in Nashville, describes himself as a “T-shirt and jeans guy.” But for his April wedding to musician Carley Chilton, he coordinated two separate looks, as did the bride: one for the church ceremony in rural Virginia, and the second for the Great Gatsby-themed reception.
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