December 15, 2010

Black Tie Event

Dear Valued Customer,
At KidsFormal.com we are in full holiday swing and we are sure you are too! We hope that your holiday season has been fun and exciting so far. With all the holiday festivities, we know that each one will require a different type of formal attire – and when you have little ones, it can be difficult to make sure they are dressed appropriately. We want to help you with this issue and the first step is to understand the different terms regarding the required dress.

Black Tie Event: When an invitation says it’s a “Black Tie Event,” that means that the event requires the utmost formality. For example, men and boys will need to wear a full tuxedo. Women and girls will need to wear a long, formal dress also known as a cocktail dress.

Formal Event: Generally, a “Formal Event” is considered to be the same as a “Black Tie Event.” However, it may also be acceptable for men and boys to wear a suit with a nice shirt and no tie. It really depends on the nature of the event. If in doubt, it’s always best to contact the event’s host or hostess.

Semi-Formal and Casual Events: A “Semi-Formal Event” or “Casual Event” are both the same type of events, as far as the attire goes. Boys should wear nice suits to these events and girls should wear short and stylish dresses. Generally, dark suits are best, but depending on the time of year and where the event is being held, a light suit may be more appropriate.

The holidays are fun and full of festivities and they each require different attire. We understand how confusing the dress requirements can be for different event and it is our hope that the above definitions have helped you. Regardless of what attire your next formal event calls for, we can help you find the perfect attire for the little ones in the family. In fact, right now through December 24th, we are offering a 20% off coupon valid on any product – no minimum required. So, hurry over to KidsFormal.com and get your children the holiday attire they need for less!

Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Your Friends at KidsFormal.com