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The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding - Page 9 of 20 - Kiwi Report

The real reason there was an empty seat at the Royal Wedding


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[post_page_title]Dress for the time of day[/post_page_title]
The royal weddings were both daytime affairs which meant evening dress was not appropriate. This specifically applied more to the men than to the women. You will notice you did not see anyone wearing a tuxedo, instead the male guests not in military dress were expected to wear ‘morning dress.’ This meant that men must wear a waistcoat, morning coat, necktie, and striped dress pants if they adhered to the dress code. They could add a bit of flair by choosing a unique tie.

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