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Dress Code:Black Tie
Christmas gives more excuses than any other time of year to really dress up, with invites to charity fundraisers, New Year’s Eve balls and cocktail parties all presenting an opportunity to shine. Here we present three contrasting approaches that’ll have you sorted for any black tie affair.
You can never go wrong with the quintessential black tuxedo. Simple and clean, this style is characterised by satin lapels on a single-breasted jacket. The crucial defining detail is the silk bow tie – there’s no faster way to a suave, polished finish.
The Modern Cool
If you’re the kind of guy that likes to mix things up, then this one’s for you. Swap out your suit pants for a pair of dark denim and finish with slick sneakers for a softer approach to black-tie dressing. Just remember not to stray too far from the tried-and-tested formula and stick to a monochromatic palette.
Go above and beyond and try something new – after all, party season is about having fun. This style is all about proportions; try cropped pants, a shorter jacket and a crisp T-shirt to tie it all together. Think outside the box and top it off with a pair of boots – and remember, black tie doesn’t always have to be so serious.
Wool-mohair Tuxedo Suit by Canali, Pinwale Bib Tuxedo Shirt and Silk Bow Tie by Armani Collezioni
Irregular Stripe Peak Lapel Blazer, Irregular Stripe Panel Shirt and Washed Rib-Knit Panel Skinny Jeans by Neil Barrett and 'Original Achilles' Leather Sneakers by Common Projects
Double Breasted Shawl Collar Blazer and Cotton Pants by Haider Ackermann, Asymetric Hem Long Double Layer T-Shirt by Song For The Mute and 'Bolla Zucca Zeppa' Lace-Up Boots by Marsèll
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