Do the trousers of a formal dinner suit (tuxedo) of the era, have turned up cuffs at the bottom hem? If so, would the thin black satin ribbon down the length of the trouser leg end inside the said turned up cuff, or would it extend to the cuff itself? My two dinner suits are both of the modern era, so no cuffs, but they were bought and used for dancing, the Latin and Ballroom type. Turned up cuffs went out of fashion in the 1950's and are rarely seen anywhere these days. I'm planning on a new, made to measure formal black evening suit, with wide lapels and double breasted jacket. I would love to defy convention and have turned up cuffs, but the ribbon sash, where does it end? No amount of Google searching has produced an answer, all the photos and artist's sketches concentrate on the upper part of the body, so I'm hoping that someone here might just have a photo of a relative, or maybe a newspaper cutting, of a late 1930's formal suit. And as a late thought, my tailor would know, he's kitted out a few celebs in his time.