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White Tie

White Tie


White tie has been relatively rare up until recently, but of late seems to be having something of a revival. White tie is reserved for extremely formal occasions and is the most elegant of all evening attire. Should an invitation to a white tie event come your way, there are certain sartorial principles to apply in order to achieve an effortless, refined style.

Black Tie

Black Tie


A dinner suit (or "tuxedo" as it is known in America) is worn for occasions where "black tie" is required. Made from black barathea or wool/mohair, a single breasted dinner suit is pure elegance. Complete with appropriate shirt and accessories, black tie attire is a refined and timeless classic style. Facing on the coat should be silk whilst trousers should feature a single line of braid down the outside leg.

 

Morning Wear

Morning Wear


Morning dress is traditionally worn at weddings, garden parties, investitures and race meetings such as Royal Ascot. On such occasions a black herringbone coat worn with black and grey striped trousers is an excellent choice. This ensemble must include a waistcoat. This can be in traditional buff or grey, or for a flourish of colour, is wonderful in a pastel shade such as duck egg blue, yellow or pink. A grey morning coat with matching vest and trousers is an equally good option but allows for less creativity.

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