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    Default Kapooka march out parade...

    Hi bit of an odd question but what did you wear to your partner's march out parade? The book that came with the invite says "Recommended dress for the parade is suit and tie or the female equivalent" can anyone tell me what that is? Could I wear dress pants, button down shirt and a jacket/coat? Also we have three girls ages 4, 2 and the youngest will be almost 6 months are they welcome? Did you take your kids? How did you keep them occupied if you did? A lot of questions I know haha any help will be much appreciated!

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    Hi there,

    It is cold and very wet there so wear some boots for sure or closed in shoes, I wore black pants and a silk purple shirt and a black trench coat. My dd was 2 at the time and she got a bit sooky towards the end so I ended up having to take her outside.

    It is lots of fun but is a long service. Make sure that you wear something you are comfortable , bussiness attire looks great but you will see some hoochy dressing going on

    Oh and in the end enjoy it.

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    Wear something smart and warm! I think i wore dress, tights and boots and big jacket!

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    Thanks ladies

    Can't wait to see him again! I'm such a sook haha
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    i cant advice re march out as dp was in when i met him however, i think we all miss our partners when they are away, but they do go away often its not something thats easy to accept but you just have to cope with it the best you can and move on with things

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    Definitely bring the kiddies! It's really not a dressy occasion. Dress warm...

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