Stuck for what to wear on Christmas Day? Don't worry, we've got you covered! We've lessened the pressure for you and found five looks, so that's one less thing for you to think about. Whether your family enjoys dancing until midnight, or curling up to a movie before Santa Claus comes to drop off his gifts, here are a few outfits to wear on this special day.
Discover the stylish range of suits and buy your new festive suit:
The classic dinner suit, sometimes referred to as the tuxedo, by Dege & Skinner of Savile Row. This ready-to-wear, single breasted, two-piece dinner suit is to be worn for formal social engagements and can also be worn at weddings and events where ‘black-tie’ is the specified dress code.
Punctuate your dinner wear with Huntsman’s jewel-tone evening jackets. Try a twist on a classic tuxedo and instead pair your trousers with one of Huntsman’s velvet evening jackets. Cut to their classic one-button house style these jackets are rich in colour in rich velvet which offers a superior lustre. Available in Mulbury, Royal Blue and Bottle Green.
New this season Edward Sexton has made the first ready-to-wear Dinner Suit. Cut in a sharp black Italian wool. They feature grosgrain lapels in the classic Sexton Peak and a single button and narrow waist.
William Hunt Black Label Collection. Single breasted with one button front fastening. Double vented with 4 button sleeve detail. Two inner breast pockets and one lower ticket pocket. Fully framed classic black lining with red piping highlights. 5 button horseshoe waistcoat with welt pockets.
A beautiful velvet dinner jacket by Gieves & Hawkes provides a luxurious take on formal dinner dress. The satin faced peaked lapels, buttons and bound pockets are all technically correct and rich black velvet lends this jacket an almost irresistible lustre, perfect for formal occasions.