Formal wear suits

What to wear:

Dinner suit For dinners, balls, receptions, prom nights
White tuxedo Also for black tie events, especially in summer, and for beach weddings
Dress tails Worn for white tie events such as formal banquets
Highland dress For Burn's Night, and weddings

'Black tie' means wearing a dinner suit - either single or double breasted - or a white Tuxedo, but not necessarily with black bow tie. Show your colours with matching bow tie, matching waistcoat or cummerbund and pocket handkerchief in your.

'White tie' should be taken literally.

James Bond eat your heart out

James Bond eat your heart out

Master Cutler ceremonies

The role of the Master Cutler is a Sheffield institution steeped in tradition, and dress codes are observed.

The Installation of the Master Cutler which takes place at the beginning of autumn requires morning suit, black coat, black waistcoat, grey striped trousers and top hat. Colourful ties are often worn.

The Master Cutler's Feast is a white tie dinner, which means black tails, white waistcoat and white tie.

Quality dinner suits are available from our stocks

phone

0114 236 0678

email

page last updated on 09/02/2014

This website uses cookies for statistical usage data. By continuing to use this site, you agree to the use of cookies.

Don't show this again