Eg: Castro "misguided", Gadaffi "mad", Dinner Jacket
Leave it to modern style mavens to reject black for a dinner jacket
, but embrace it in a suit.
The image of Field in a dinner jacket
grabbing a woman by the throat could be a metaphor for all that is wrong with this arrogant Government: the sense of entitlement, contempt for those outside their gilded circle and disdain for those who dare to protest.
Ever since Yves Saint Laurent put a lady in a dinner jacket
in 1966, it's been a striking alternative to a posh frock.
It is not the place to come if you like cask ale and an old man in a dinner jacket
with a bow tie sat at a grand piano tinkling away old classics after you have enjoyed your port and coffee in a dimly lit room.
Second Division outfit Cultural Leonesa have launched a bizarre new black and white shirt that features a dinner jacket
and dickie bow design on the front.
Clooney added that the 72-year-old Wynn was one of the richest men in the world and he should be congratulated for it, but he needed to take off his red sparkly dinner jacket
and roll up his sleeves every once in a while and understand what most of the country was actually dealing with.
A bag of bones in a dinner jacket
is nota good look.
Actually, I don't get invited to any shindigs that require a dinner jacket
. The black-tie-and-defrosted-prawn circuit is the stomping ground of colleagues on the business desk, whose members attend so many gala functions they frequently come to the office dressed like Fred Astaire in Puttin' on the Ritz.
GH Mumm's striking red "dinner jacket
" is zipped over a bottle of Cordon Rouge (pounds 26.99, Waitrose), keeping it chilled from fridge to flute.
James Henry Kerby, who was attacked by a mugger and had three military medals stripped from his dinner jacket
PICTURE: Richard Swingler [umlaut]
Typical sentiments from the man who carried his trademarks of dinner jacket
, straw hat, dazzling smile and Parisian accent through most of this century in music hall and cabaret, on screen, stage and television.