Party Escort Girls as a companion for social event.
What is a “Party Escort Event?
In Kuala Lumpur or as the local known it as KL, just in recent years began to popping out from the escort agency a “PARTY EVENT ESCORT’. In fact, PARTY ESCORT GIRLS is a big deal in the west, so is in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. But sadly to say, not all agencies in Malaysia be able to provide this request as simple as it sounds. If you were to be escorting to an event like this; it sure needs lots of self-confidence; elegancy, head turner.
Party Escort Event dress code?
Party Girls dress and Black tie is a formal dress code for a social function that starts after 6pm. The dress code will mean different things for men and women. According to etiquette guide Debrett’s , a true black tie outfit for a man will feature a black wool (barathea) or ultra-fine herringbone dinner jacket. The jacket should be single-breasted or double-breasted with no vents, silk peaked lapels (or a shawl collar) and covered buttons.
Should just wear a black tie or any tie will do?
White dinner jackets are also wearable for black tie event in hot climates. White evening shirt – in Marcella, a slightly stiffer cotton fabric – with a bib detail and double cuffs are acceptable. The shirt should have a turn-down collar (not a wing-collar) and should be worn with cufflinks. Black tie trousers should be smart with a natural taper, and (if you’re a real black tie purist) a single row of braid down the outside of each leg.
Men’s Party Escort
As for the black bow tie itself? Men are advise to select one that’s proportionate to head size and one you make up yourself rather than a ‘ready tied’ bow tie. A man’s black tie look is finish off with a white handkerchief in the left breast pocket and polished black shoes.
Optional pieces of black tie attire include cummerbunds and waistcoats the two should never be worn together. Costume jewelery or simple bracelets and necklaces are most appropriate.
Women tend to have more flexibility with a black tie dress code. Ladies are advise to avoid tight Red Carpet Dress or those with a dramatic split. They are uncomfortable or inappropriate at a formal event that involves both a reception and a sit-down dinner.
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