No, one or the other since they do the same thing, generally you use suspenders if your pantss do not have belt loops. However, someone could wear both as a personal preference. No, if you will wear suspenders only, and… Full Answer
Typically, suspenders are adjustable and not sewn on. Many times, the ends of the suspenders feature buttonholes or loops to be secured to buttons that are attached inside the waistband of the garment. The suspenders can be made adjustable with… Full Answer
No. Only suspenders ("braces" in the U.K.) are acceptable with a tuxedo. They should be the button-on variety, as clip-on suspenders will damage the pants. Black or white silk are the most classic. Even if one wanted to, tuxedo pants… Full Answer
The answer is both and neither. I find goalies, like most other players these days, forgo suspenders at all in favor of simply using the belt supplied on the pants. This is a mistake as suspenders will keep goalie pants… Full Answer
Yes, you should wear braces (suspenders) anytime you are wearing a tuxedo, weather you're wearing a cummerbund, vest or going with the exposed waist look. You do not wear a belt with a tuxedo, and this is the only way… Full Answer
Men's suspenders can be purchased at any department or clothing store. Macy's, Wal-Mart and JCPenney are some examples of stores that sell men's suspenders. Men's suspenders can also be purchased online.
Suspenders are called braces in England True: Suspenders ARE called braces in England, IF you are referring to the item that people wear to keep their trousers up. If you are referring to the item of lingerie worn by people… Full Answer