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    What to wear to Xmas party?

    Hi guys? this is my first xmas party with our staff. im bit struck what to wear tomorrow?
    nomally i wear shirt, trouser & black shoe for work.
    plz help

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    Casual?

    Jeans and a shirt.

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    Woad?

    Assuming it's not anything black tie, wear what you'd usually wear when going out to eat.

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    Little black frock always comes in handy on such occassions

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    Listen to what the others say they are wearing - all us women discuss what we're wearing

    Our young male TA wore smartish trousers and a casual shirt (not the sort you wear with a tie) at the last xmas do, all us women were glammed up but he didn't look out of place.

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    Go in your scruffs, and don't forget your toolkit, as no doubt they will have you fixing anything with a plug, or at least asking "how" to.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oops_my_bad View Post
    Go in your scruffs, and don't forget your toolkit, as no doubt they will have you fixing anything with a plug, or at least asking "how" to.

    good 1

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    sports jacket with rolled up sleeves, loafers, slacks, you know, top class.

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    Clean and smart... So no jeans unless they are spotless, new.. Likewise I'd locate a medieval torture instrument known as an "iron" and use it to remove any creases (well, as much as possible)...

    To be honest, so long as you look, clean, smart, smile and buy your share of rounds nobody will care

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    Just ask someone whether it is casual etc.. where you are going needs to be smart shirt and shoes or would jeans do. Then turn up in a gorilla suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalsoth View Post
    ... Then turn up in a gorilla suit.
    Literally - go and rent one from a fancy dress shop. It'd certainly make for a night to remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leco View Post
    Little black frock always comes in handy on such occassions
    I myself am wearing a little black dress with sequinned shoulders...

    Ooh but I just googled what to wear to a christmas works do and got the following

    http://www.kareen.co.uk/wordpress/wp...1-494x1024.jpg
    Last edited by ljlbray; 11th December 2009 at 11:59 AM. Reason: googled

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    I'm goin to ours in jeans and a shirt. I don't have anything nicer :P

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    I'm not going to ours.

    I'm a party animal. Oh yeh!

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    A nice pair of jeans, with a shirt and shoes.

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