Black Tie

Black Tie Tuxedo Formal Wear Bespoke Suit Savile Row Tailor, London and Cheshire
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BLACK TIE

Think James Bond. The term black tie refers to the type of dress, but more specifically, the garment itself is known as a Dinner Jacket.

These are worn as a suit for formal dinners, formal parties and balls. In America, it’s known as a Tuxedo; the name originated (they say) in the Tuxedo Club in New York where the garment is first said to be worn, without the usual tails, in 1886.

Although in England, the Tuxedo is more likely to be a reference to the White Dinner Jacket, i.e. White Tuxedo. A White Dress Shirt and a self-tie black bow tie is essential. Patent black leather shoes or loafers complete the picture.

It is easy to make mistakes with black tie. Don’t leave it to chance.

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John Homoky, Tailor, Phillip Alexander

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