black tie

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Synonyms for black tie

semiformal evening dress for men

a black bow tie worn with a dinner jacket

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YouPeople don't appreciate just how hard it is to properly deduct $77,000 for a blacktie dressage prom horse from your tax returns.
Mote's annual Oceanic Evening*: An elegant blacktie fundraiser.
Gavin said he and the Blacktie boss still haven't spoken since he slagged him off in the Den.
FRANK O'Sullivan has needed all of his deft matchmaking talents to ensure top-drawer quality for tonight's big amateur blacktie dinner show at the ICC between an England select side and an Irish equivalent.
Elliot Evans, the Coventry schoolkid who hit the big time with Britain's Got Talent, also sang at the blacktie event, which was sponsored by Jaguar Cars and the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce.
The guest list for the blacktie event included Cheryl Cole, Kate Moss, Sir Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Piers Morgan, Michael Winner, Randy Jackson and Donald Trump.
The nine award winners will be announced at the glittering blacktie awards dinner next Wednesday, June 24, within the stunning setting of Liverpool's St George's Hall.
It's difficult to imagine the Cardiff City boss in his sharp modsuit and straight blacktie, strutting his stuff to the Two-Tone sound.
Whether your dressing for a blacktie event, or just shopping with the girls, it's an easy to-wear shade, that looks fab accessorised with black.
The celebration culminates with a blacktie gala to honor the 2007 LATIN TRADE Bravo Business Awards winners for their contributions to progress in Latin America and the Caribbean.
I turned up as a French onion seller only to find out e blacktie would hove been more appropriate
The Humboldt penguins that live there have no ice slopes to slide down in their blacktie apparel.
Also on April 10, the annual blacktie Ault Award Dinner honoring ink leaders for their years of service will be held.
I zap back my own confession: I've been shopping for a formal, for a blacktie New Year's dinner that is not likely to recur.
Anyone who has played Welsh rugby can turn to whingeing, sorry punditry, by day, and wining and dining by night at assorted blacktie dinners commemorating ancient victories and tries that have been replayed so often even the scorers are bored with them.