How To Wear a Suit

What To Wear On Your Special Day…

 And Knowing When To Wear it…

Your invitation will give you an indication of what is appropriate to wear. It should state the formality of the dress expected.

There are different levels of formality…

Black Tie/Formal

No other form of dress is as steeped in such a sense of formality as Black Tie. There is something elegant about the simplicity of black and white, with its stark contrast, they present a man at his most debonair.

Black Tie is a dress code that for men consists of a Black Dinner Suit or Tuxedo, a white formal shirt, a black bow tie or alternatively a black long tie, black formal shoes and an optional black formal waistcoat or black cummerbund.

 A business suit is not suitable for a Black Tie event.

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White tie

White Tie

White Tie is very formal.  If an invitation states “White Tie”, the standard of dress required is Evening Tails, Marcella shirt, Marcella waistcoat, white bow tie and black cummerbund. White gloves are also expected. This is a very strict code of dress. A dinner suit is not suitable for a White Tie event.




School Ball

School balls are formal events. A School Ball invitation will state the required dress code. Formal but fun is the way to go.

View our range of School Ball suits


About us

After running New Zealand's most successful suit hire company for over 30 years, Frank Casey knows a thing or two about dressing guys in suits.

To us, it's not just a suit, it's an event, a celebration.

Our company looks after the large and small details, making sure the suits fit to perfection.  We hire quality suits specifically made for us in an extensive range of sizes, this coupled with experienced staff to fit your suit to you...

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