Etiquette (was Elitism) LONG

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Message 15637 · 26 Jan 1999 19:59:28 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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In a message dated 1/26/99 11:23:21 AM Eastern Standard Time,
xxxxxx@xx.xxxxx.xxx writes:

<< * Men are always encouraged to wear a kilt at a ball, but don't feel you
have to stay away if you don't have one. At a formal ball, other formal
wear such as a suit and tie would be appropriate. At a semi-formal ball
like the Beginner's Ball, a nice pair of trousers and shirt would be
appropriate attire. On the other hand, if you've never worn the kilt
before, a ball is the perfect opportunity to borrow or rent one to try
out. >>

--- Since when is a suit formal?

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