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Evening For Her

(UK and Commonwealth)

     

In General

Informal
This dress code in high society is considered informal.

Informal may sound casual and it is compared to White Tie and Black Tie, but it normally refers to a respectful standard of dress. Typically Lounge Suit and Cocktail Dress are worn to such events.

In very relaxed events it might mean Smart Casual, but generally, unless you know for sure it is best to stick to the dress code, to present a sophisticated image to new people you may meet. It's always better to be overdressed than underdressed.

Cocktail Dress
A short gown.

Also known as a 'Dancing Costume' or a 'Cocktail Gown'.

Ranging in length from just above the knee to about two inches above the ankle (Tea length).

Popular materials include silk, satin and chiffon.

Try not to upstage the hostess.

Evening Dress
To suit your company for the evening. Generally, the more elegant the better.

Try not to upstage the hostess.

Headwear

Hat
Hats are a popular accessory for outside summer events.

Essential for a wedding.

Footwear

Formal Shoes

To suit the rest of your outfit.

Sandals

To suit your dress.

Luxury Coat

If weather permits.

Wrap
To cover bare shoulders or upper arms.

Especially useful during weddings.

Cape
A short cloak which just covers the shoulders or extends to the waist.

Typically black.

Velvet, silk, or satin.

Accessories

Jewelry

As much as you feel is appropriate to the occasion.

 

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