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The Dress Code
Morning suits tend to be more directed towards male members of the bridal party rather than the guests, however very formal daytime weddings may require a morning suit dress code. Men should wear a morning coat, double-breasted waistcoat with peak or shawl lapel, wing collar white shirt and striped trousers. Morning suit should only be the dress code for weddings beginning before 4:30pm.
White Tie (Tailcoat)
White tie, also known as full evening dress, is the most formal dress code and is suited to an evening event beginning after 6pm. Men should wear patent shoes, trousers with a stripe of satin on either side, a double-breasted evening tailcoat with a white shirt, a white waistcoat, and white bow tie.
Black tie (Tuxedo)
Black tie includes black tie optional and creative black tie (creative black tie is simply black tie with the allowance of splashes of colour and unique accessories).
Black tie is the second most formal dress code and is typically reserved for evening wear which is also called tuxedo. Despite what its title may suggest, black tie does not mean you must wear black, although traditionally men should wear a black
tuxedo and a bow tie.