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    Default Hartford, CT - What to wear?

    I posted this as a question of an older thread and am not sure if anyone will see it. So, since the speaking engagement is only 2 weeks away I decided to start a new post.

    I know a lot of the women attending like to plan ahead - as do I. I am attending the reception and have absolutely no idea what to wear to one of these things. Is it dressy? Capri pants and a nice top? Maxi or sun dress? All I definitely know is that I won't be wearing jeans. Ladies, what are your thoughts?

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    ...I ain't no lady...ask anybody...but how bout dis???...

    ...I mean-c'mon!...basic black never goes out of style...

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    Default Re: Hartford, CT - What to wear?

    True, But I need pearls.

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    Default Re: Hartford, CT - What to wear?

    You are asking for fashion advice on the SKMB - hmmmm - let's see now
    I think as long as you have good foundation garments it does not matter - the pearls would be a nice touch!


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    Default Re: Hartford, CT - What to wear?

    LOL love these answers.

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    Default Re: Hartford, CT - What to wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by thomkat View Post
    I posted this as a question of an older thread and am not sure if anyone will see it. So, since the speaking engagement is only 2 weeks away I decided to start a new post.

    I know a lot of the women attending like to plan ahead - as do I. I am attending the reception and have absolutely no idea what to wear to one of these things. Is it dressy? Capri pants and a nice top? Maxi or sun dress? All I definitely know is that I won't be wearing jeans. Ladies, what are your thoughts?
    I have no real idea as I've never been to anything like this, but my best guess would be to perhaps go very tidy casual?
    (Ms. Mod will be able to give you more of an idea of the usual dress standards at these kinds of events.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by king family fan View Post
    LOL love these answers.
    ...yep, I'm sure they are VERY helpful to TKat....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlakeNoir View Post
    I have no real idea as I've never been to anything like this, but my best guess would be to perhaps go very tidy casual?
    (Ms. Mod will be able to give you more of an idea of the usual dress standards at these kinds of events.)
    ...considering Unca Steve shows up to most of these things(at least in the pics or video I've seen)in jeans and a t-shirt, with maybe a sportcoat, as good old Mr. Alfred E. would say "What, me worry?"...just dress comfortable and Sally-Forth or any other comic strip you care to go as...

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    Wow - this is so great - lucky you! Seriously if I were you (and speaking as a woman) don't sweat it - like GntlGnt says - just dress comfortably and casually.

    I dunno - what do you think? Is this too "over the top"?

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