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Thread: Fe help stat: what do I wear to an academic reception in the evening, no dinner?

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    Senior Member Array Uytuun's Avatar
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    Yeah, when in doubt, call on the Little Black Dress. Spice it up a little maybe.

    I love that dress, whatever.

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    Skirt and blouse, slacks and blouse; you may want to have a nice jacket as well since I know what kind of weather you're talking about (same kind I'm used to growing up). As a comparison I'd likely go with black trousers, collared white shirt, black jacket, black belt, black shined up shoes, and one of my neutral patterned ties or my maroon tie (loves my maroon tie).
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    maybe...but i might feel a bit under dressed in slacks if everyone else was in cocktail attire...but i wouldn't feel overdressed in a simple elegant dress.
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