The tailcoat is the most formal of all dress codes. This dress code is used for particularly festive occasions (e.g. promotions, weddings and the Republic President's Independence Day celebrations). For men, the tailcoat dress code means, as the name suggests, a tailcoat. For a woman tailcoat dress code means a formal dress – the formal dress must be full-length, which according to etiquette means that only the tip of the shoe can be seen under the hem. Take a peek, e.g. this Katri Niskanen's Grace party dress. When you want something extra, Anni Ruuth's Swan Queen top is your choice.
Psst... You knew that j wedding dress and evening dress mean different things. A party dress is longer and often more spectacular than an evening dress. According to etiquette, the party dress must also be full-length, while the evening dress can be shorter if it suits the nature of the occasion.