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Old 10-26-2009, 08:52 AM   #1
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black tie event question

a coworker has been invited to a black tie event for some sort of fundraising event, and he has nothing to wear.

we're assuming that black tie means tuxedo and a bow tie? can anyone recommend a place that rents or sells these?
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A black suit is sufficient enough depending on how elegant the evening is. But it is Vancouver, so a tux is not needed.
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hi he asked around and it is a bow-tie event so it's a definite yes for a tux... recommendations on where to get one is appreciated.

stupid question but does "black-tie" mean a bow-tie or, well, a regular tie in black?!?
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Black-tie in England means bow-tie and tux for sure. Here in Vancouver, it really depends, but if he was told it was a bow-tie affair. It's going to be a tux.

What bout Black and Lee? Got my HS tux there MANY MANY years back lol.

Quick google search : http://www.thetuxstore.com/home.html
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