Meatball, appears in one photograph wearing a black dinner jacket
of his own.
First known as a Homburg jacket, then in 1888 a dress lounge, in 1896 it became the dinner jacket
and at the turn of the century we Brits adopted the American phrase tuxedo.
Dressed in a sharp white dinner jacket
, the singer was the epitome of effortless cool as he cranked out a thrilling two-hour set at the first of two sold-out Hydro shows.
But the star of the night was the Wirral a c t o r, in an immaculate black tie and dinner jacket
The only element that jarred was the image for the branding - the invitations, programmes, and place cards all featured a man in dickie bow, white dress shirt and black dinner jacket
Sandler's dog, Meatball, appears in one photo wearing a black dinner jacket
and a white yarmulke.
WHATEVER happened to the dinner jacket
? Twenty years ago, you would go to the boss's Christmas do, a business dinner-and-dance or a charity function at a posh hotel and the invitation would inevitably stress: Dress - Formal.
5 A FANCY DJ No, not someone to play toons, a dinner jacket
. Even if it's just in yer hoose, you should totally get dressed up.
Funnily enough, while Krulak still likes to wear his campaign medals on his dinner jacket
, O'Neill rarely sits down to eat with any Scottish Premier League gongs or European Cup medal attached to his lapels.
1886: The dinner jacket
made its first appearance in public when it was worn at a ball at the Tuxedo Park Country Club, New York.
I also think this big screen is a great idea, but I'm not going to be going in a dinner jacket
TY WEARS BLACK DINNER JACKET
, pounds 70, AND MATCHING TROUSERS, pounds 30; WHITE DRESS SHIRT, pounds 24.99; BLACK BOW TIE, FROM A SET AT pounds 12.99 - ALL FROM NEXT.