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Old March 1st, 2010, 07:27 PM
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Celebrity eliminated the dark from their suit definition about two years ago. They only request a Tuxedo, dinner jacket or suit...

Formal

Ladies: Cocktail dress, gown or dressy pantsuit

Gentlemen: Tuxedo, suit or dinner jacket with slacks
Bear in mind that a "dinner jacket" is NOT the same as a sport coat. Rather, it's correctly worn only with black formal "slacks" (?) that have black satin inserts, a pleated (formal) shirt, a bow tie, and a vest or cummerbund. A "tuxedo" strictly means a specific style of dinner jacket first worn at a very exclusive private country club in New York named The Tuxedo Club, though many people wrongly use the term to refer to formal outfits with other styles of dinner jackets.

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