Style Tips


Pay attention to the invitation. It may sound obvious, but often it is the party’s theme that decides how you should be dressed. We are ready to help if the invitation is difficult to interpret.


Dare to be lighthearted. Remember; it is a happy occasion. A colourful pocket-square in your breast pocket or a flower in your jacket lapel can greatly influence the overall look.

Dinner Party

Tradition dictates that brown shoes should never be worn after 6pm. But the rules are now less rigid. To follow or to break the rules will be determined by the occasion in question in combination with your personal style. Seek our advice if you are unsure.

Cocktail Party

Usually, it is better to wear a dark suit; dark blue or dark grey. However the Cocktail party’s function has changed over time, functioning today very much as a “pre-party” so it is more important to follow the dress code appropriate for the evenings main party.


Etiquette demands that relatives and closest mourners should wear a white tie, other mourners a black tie.

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