Formal wear and Ceremonial
FROM BLACK TIE TO WHITE TIE, WE'VE GOT IT COVERED
Double-breasted dinner jacket with shawl collar combined with black cummerbund and bow tie. Plain trousers with a single silk satin stripe at the side.
A Cummerbund is a pleated waist sash worn with single-breasted tuxedo jackets. Traditionally black, they are also available in burgundy and white. They are a warm-weather alternative to the black tie waistcoat.
We sell self-tie and pre-tied bow ties in pure silk or cotton pique. We also sell cravat and pocket square sets in range of colours.
A green dinner suit with contrast black silk lapels and jet pockets is a unique look for a festive and formal attire.
For formal weddings, Royal Ascot and similar events. A Grey Jacket in plain or herringbone, with a grey striped trouser and a light coloured waistcoat.
Dinner Suit with shawl collar combined with black cummerbund and bow tie. Plain trousers with one stripe at the side. Click for our recommended fabric!
Dinner suit with peak lapel, single breasted with one opening button, silk lapel and waistcoat with deep round opening. Click for our recommend fabric!
Velvet smoking jacket with or contrast collar and jetted pocket opening. Worn with classic formal trousers.
Grey jacket in plain or herringbone with a charcoal grey striped trouser and a light grey waistcoat.
A Long Jacket with Mandarin or Nehru Collar for weddings and evening parties.
The Long Jacket with Peal Lapel for weddings and evening parties. Combine with a daring waistcoat to achieve your signature style.
The tailcoat, king of formal wear, is for the very finest formal occasion. The trousers with two silk stripes, pique waistcoat with a deep V-neck, dress shirt with stud buttons, white bowtie and accessories.
We have a range of fabrics for every occasion. Click the buttons at the end of the page to view a selection.
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Collars and Fronts
From the Gentleman's Gazette
Black Tie Explained
White Tie Explained
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