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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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They held a black tie dinner dance, quiz night and a cricket match to raise funds for Warwickshire Air Ambulance, The ARC-Addington Fund which supports rural businesses and Kenilworth Young Farmers Club.
The bride wore a stylish cream gown while the groom looked equally classy in a cream suit and black tie.
The BBC has hit back at criticism of its coverage of the death of the Queen Mother dismissing as 'complete nonsense' claims that presenters had been banned from wearing black ties.
In a statement the BBC said: 'It is complete nonsense to imply that there has been a ban on presenters wearing black ties.
The theme of this year's dinner dance is Mardi Gras and, in addition to the black ties and floor-length gowns, guests will be donning feathered masks, beads and other traditional accessories.
Emperor Akihito and senior Imperial Household Agency officials attended a swearing-in ceremony for Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori and his new cabinet Tuesday night wearing morning suits with black ties and armbands, agency officials said.
Mori also wore a morning suit, but not a black tie or armband, the officials said.
Four dancers wearing black raincoats and pants, white shirts, black ties, and tap shoes, shout and pound the floor, teeth bared, eyes staring.
Black ties and ball gowns will be worn when Margaret and Colin Greenwood stage the event at The Civic Hall, in Stratford, on Saturday, June 28.
Dress code for the evening is black tie or smart dress.
black tie events: The wine kept flowing throughout dinner; dessert was a white chocolate replica of the Capitol dome stuffed with dark chocolate mousse; and the event ended shortly after 10 p.