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My Opinion of Proper semi-formal waistcoat:

A waistcoat appropriate for semi-formal dress, such as black tie, should be low cut, such that it is mostly hidden by the dinner jacket and shows the texture of the shirt as well as the shirt studs. These waistcoats often have three or four buttons very close together, but may be either single or double breasted.

A proper semi-formal waistcoat should not look like it belongs as part of a three piece suit, regardless of its constituent material. Any silk on the waistcoat should match that of the dinner jacket. Waistcoats are not properly worn with double-breasted jackets.