white tie

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Synonyms for white tie

bow tie worn as part of a man's formal evening dress

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Earlier this year, Trustlaw raised pounds 27,500 for the hospice by hosting an auction at a White Tie and Diamonds Charity Ball at Middlesbrough Football Club's Riverside Stadium.
An un-named private buyer paid pounds 800,000 for the Roller at the Ninth Annual White Tie and Tiara Ball held to raise money for the Elton John Aids Foundation.
REDECORATED HOLMES: Katie Holmes was accompanied to Oprah Winfrey's White Tie Ball by three of the biggest names in Hollywood.
Gobby singer LEE RYAN let slip the secret to partygoers at ELTON JOHN'S White Tie and Tiara Ball.
Thursday sees Reg's lavish White Tie & Tiara Ball in Windsor, to raise cash for his Aids Foundation.
He chose a black and white tie for his special day.
Annual White Tie & Tiara Ball -- will be auctioned
Not since Dietrich was in tux and white tie has a woman given the word ambiguity such provocative new meaning.
And that was a beautiful white tie dinner, as well.
A terrorist in white tie and tails is still a terrorist" - Victor Barker, whose 12-year-old son James was killed in the Omagh bombing outrage in 1998, protesting at the attendance of former IRA commander Martin McGuinness at a state banquet with the Queen.
During Mandela's first state visit to the UK, when we arrived at the palace, his old ANC comrades, now his new cabinet, were in white tie and tails.
magazine, the Arsenal striker's girlfriend of nine years wore a strapless, sweetheart neckline lace dress, while Walcott wore a white tie and grey suit, the Mirror reported.
Six foot seven inches Crouch, 30, now with Spurs, wore a black threepiece suit with a white tie for the occasion.
The specially-made car was the main attraction at Sir Elton John's White Tie & Tiara Ball last week.