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Formal Dresses are the generally used terms for clothing appropriate for formal social events, such as a marriage, formal garden party or dinner, dance party etc. The Western style of formal evening dress, known by black and white garments, has following rapidly in many countries; it is almost always the standard formal social dress in countries without a formal national costume.

A dress code is a set of rules governing a certain combination of clothing; some examples are tie with shirts for men and sleeping dress. Formal dress is the grouping of all the dress codes which govern clothes worn to formal events. The traditional rules that govern men's formal dress. The dress codes considered formal in the evening are white and black tie.

Kinds of Formal dress:

Sari - Wear by women in Nepal, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Shalwar Kameez - Wear by men and women in Bangladesh and Pakistan.

Scottish kilt - Wear as formal dress by men in Scotland or of Scottish descent.

Bunad - Wear as formal dress by women and men in Norway.

Kebaya - Wear by women in Malaysia and Indonesia.

Sherwani - Wear by men in India and Pakistan.

Dashiki - Wear by men in West African countries.

Barong Tagalog - Wear by men in the Philippines.

Daura Suruwal - Wear as formal dress by men in Nepal.

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