White Tie is also known as full evening dress or informally as ‘tails‘. It is the most formal of dress codes, however post Second World War, it has decreased in popularity. There are several rules that a woman has to follow when attending and dressing for a white tie event:
- Full length evening gown and although not essential, it is traditional to show dÃ©colletage.
- Striking jewellery, with first time brides and married women wearing tiaras.
- Bags should be elegant and small.
- Smart evening coats
ThisÂ green gown is definitely the way to go if you want to turn heads at your next white tieÂ event. This green cowl neck dress byÂ Dina Bar ElÂ is a stunning option. Wear hair up in a knot for evening elegance.
Hire this black floor length gown to make a entrance byÂ Adrianna Papell. Made from a lightweight fabric and fully lined, this sleeveless white tie gown is cut to a flattering fit and flare shape, falling to a generous maxi length for optimum glamour. The contrast satin striped material create a special finish, and the wrap effect collar and cinched waist combine to create an effortlessly feminine silhouette.
Channel striking glamour in this new-season black gown byÂ DYNASTY. This long black dress is a beautifully finished full length gown detailed with beading. Wear with elegant jewellery to exude effortless glamour.
If you need any suggestions or styling advice for the event, email: Enquries@girlmeetsdress.com
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