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    dh and I are going to a fundraising dinner for bears of hope foundation tonight. The dress code is smart casual. what would you wear?

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    Default smart/casual clothes?

    Black pants and nice top, skirt and nice top, simple dress. Nothing too casual and nothing too dressy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    Black pants and nice top, skirt and nice top, simple dress. Nothing too casual and nothing too dressy!
    Pretty much exactly this.

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    Default smart/casual clothes?

    Probably something that would be appropriate for work - like black pants and nice top or a summery dress.

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    What you would wear to dinner at a really nice restaurant; pretty much cocktail.

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    I would say you could do a nice pair of dark jeans too... with heels and a top. Or not even heels, just nice flats.

    Or a dress. So long as it's nice... not some cheap t-shirt material comfy dress, but not something you'd wear anywhere fancy either. Just something nice. With cute shoes, a cute bag and maybe some minimal jewellery.

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    Default smart/casual clothes?

    Something you'd wear to a restaurant for dinner.
    Nothing too revealing but comfortable
    I would wear a nice top and black skirt or my nice jeans and top


 

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