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    Default Kitchen tea

    What is generally the dress code for a kitchen tea? I've never been to one before. My friend who is getting married is doing things quite traditionally so I don't think it will be an anything goes affair.

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    Smart casual. Think a Sunday dress or pants and nice top. I'd steer clear of jeans.

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    A pretty frock and heels.

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    Depends where it's being held, who's hosting it, etc......

    If it's at the brides mums house, & a grandmas & elderly aunties type kitchen tea with homemade sandwiches & cakes & cups of tea, I'd say jeans & a nice top.

    But if it's hosted by bridesmaids, out at a high tea venue & is a smoked salmon tartlets & petit fours with champagne type of affair, then a dress & heels for sure.....

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    Ive got one I'm attending coming up I'm wearing a maxi dress with old colored sandals, I don't think you have to be over the top. I would go with a dress or nice top and dress pants.

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    Thanks. So out of these is #2 ok or a bit OTT? #1 is what I'd wear for a regular afternoon tea at a friends place, or like a coffee date. #2 I'd wear to a casual Xmas party or semi-nice restaurant. It's at the bride's mum's house for afternoon tea on Sunday arvo

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    Blah, pink cardi looks really washed out in both. It's much more pink IRL

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    I think either would be fine FL

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    Both look gorgeous but I love the pop of pink in the second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Both look gorgeous but I love the pop of pink in the second.
    ^^^^ i agree

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    Thank you BubHub fashion oracle the pink cardi is really quite pink so I thought the second might be a bit much. But I do like an excuse to wear tiny satin flowers, so yay


 

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