You guys are always saying not to do white tie unless you can do it right. I'll go out on a limb and say that I'm pretty confident. Vintage sterling and MOP stud, vest button and cufflink set, shirt and collar from Darcy Clothing , vintage waistcoat, vintage coat and trousers. I took everything but the shirt to Felice Custom Tailoring for fitting. He is excellent. I regret not having taken the shirt to be tailored as well, as I discovered too late that the sleeves were too long, so I had to adjust them with sleeve garters. This worked fine, but whether or not my cuffs were screwed up was at the back of my mind all evening, and I wish it hadn't been. I had the waistcoat laundered and "starched" at the most expensive and highly recommended place in town -- unfortunately, if they starched the lapels at all, it wasn't enough, so I had to worry about them flipping up, too. I assigned my groomsmen the job of keeping an eye on this. Besides these two minor snafus, what do you think? EDIT: you can't see here, but I elected not to wear women's shoes with this. (horror!) I went with a brand-new pair of Stacy Adams Madison boots in black. There is historical precedent for wearing this style of boot at formal events, so hopefully the SF Style police won't come get me.