Black Tie

Black Tie Dress Code

If you're wondering what to wear to a black tie event, then look no further. Featuring tuxedos & dinner jackets, bow ties, cummerbunds and dress shirts, our complete collection of Black Tie attire below has everything you need. To make sure you get it right we've created a selection of our top black tie outfits below, perfect for weddings and formal events alike. 

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  • 1 Button, Black Notch Lapel, 2 piece Tuxedo


  • Dobell Navy Blue Velvet Jacket
  • Dobell Navy Blue Tuxedo with Notch Lapel
  • Black Dress Scarf
  • Black Cummerbund & Pre-Tied Bow Tie Set
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  • Black Trousers, Satin Side Stripe by Dobell
  • Slim-Fit, Black Tuxedo Trousers by Dobell
  • Black Tuxedo Trousers, Satin Side Stripe - 100% Pure Wool
  • Dobell Black Tuxedo with Blue Peak Lapel
  • Dobell White Dupion Handkerchief
  • Dobell Black Tuxedo with Burgundy Shawl Lapel
  • Dobell Black Velvet Tuxedo
  • Black Bow Tie (Pre-Tied & Self-Tie)
  • Dobell Burgundy Velvet Tuxedo
  • Dobell Navy Blue Double Breasted Tuxedo Waistcoat
  • Dobell Black Double Breasted Tuxedo Waistcoat
  • Dobell Black Shawl Lapel Tuxedo Waistcoat
  • Dobell Black Patent Dress Shoes
  • Dobell Black Double Breasted Skinny Fit Tuxedo Waistcoat
  • Parisian Patent Dress Shoes
  • 1 Button, Black Shawl Lapel, 2 Piece Tuxedo


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  • 1 Button, Skinny Fit, Black Tuxedo, Notch Lapel by Dobell
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How to Dress For a Black Tie Invitation

When you receive an invite for a formal event such as a charity ball or an awards dinner, with the stipulation of black tie or black formalwear as the dress code, it's best to read up on the rules, so you don't get caught out on the night.We've created an in-depth style advice page, specifically for the black tie dress code, if you need some ideas on how to accessorise your outfit, but if you're pushed for time, we can cover the basics here.

Black tie is a dress code that requires a tuxedo or dinner jacket with, typically matching trousers, a bow tie and a dress shirt. You will also be required to wear polished patent leather shoe and, traditionally, a cummerbund.You are usually expected to wear a black bow tie, to match your lapels, and the trouser stripe, however modern day twists on the dress code would allow a black dress tie.The trousers shouldn't be the standard black wear suit trousers. Tuxedo trousers don't include belt loops, exposed buttons, turn ups, and have a satin stripe continuing down the outside of the leg.

You can stylise your outfit in a number of ways, starting with the dinner jacket. If you would rather choose a contrasting colour, the jacket choice can be a pop colour, although most men choose a more subtle approach of dark navy blue, or silver tuxedo jacket. The dress shirt should be double cuffed, so that you can add some eye catching cufflinks to go with the stud buttons exposed on the front of your shirt.To finish off the outfit there is no better choice than a black silk scarf to add some class to the look, and at a relatively inexpensive cost. Include all of these tips, and your tuxedo will be the perfect black tie dressed suit.