Formal is the most prestigious type of dress code. It is also called Japanese formal wear and formal clothes. Wedding is easy to understand! The clothes worn by the bride and groom and their relatives are formal. For women, clothes differ between day and night. Basically, silk and lace afternoon dresses are used to expose the skin during the day, and long evening dresses are shiny and long.
Formal wear primarily when attending as a relative at a ceremonial occasion. When attending a relative's wedding, try to use black, navy, or other subdued colors with minimal exposure.
When it comes to formal wear, manners should be prioritized over fashion, but dresses with such a calm color and a long back are fashionable items that give a sense of trend.
For a daytime wedding, clothes that are too shiny are not acceptable. The point is to choose a dress with a matte look such as lace.
When you wear a formal wear at a wedding, you often choose a black dress, but it's no good to wear it in black. It's a celebration, so when you choose a black dress, add some color to your outfit.
This is a mourning dress used for funerals. Mourners and relatives wear formal wear during funerals. As a student, you can attend a funeral in a uniform, but mourning is required for working people. We recommend that you prepare as soon as possible. Also, since mourning clothes are not worn often, choose a design that is slightly larger and can be worn for a long time.
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