Wednesday, December 12, 2007

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So Andy's big party is coming up right? Well I am getting a little nervous about one thing. Formal wear is required. I found a few dresses just last night actually, but I am afraid they may not qualify as formal wear. Andy says not to worry about it, but hey he is going to look good in his newly purchased tuxedo I do not want to stick out like the crazy lady who is dressed way down. So I know that there are many people out there that have attended these type of events and I want you to tell my what qualifies. Does the dress have to be really glitzy or floor length? I am confused and really hoping what I have will work, but I am doubting it. HELP.

5 comments:

Sariah said...

I know that when I have to go to Air Force functions, the dress code is knee length or longer and dressess. I have seen a huge varitey. You can't go wrong with a black dress. I have dress you can dress up with jewlery and having your hair done. Good luck! I can't wait to see photos.

Alison said...

I always find that a simple black dress works fine! Great hair and makeup along with some snazy shoes & jewlry usually do the trick! Hope you have so much fun!

Vause Family said...

Totally agree with the comments above! This summer we went on a yacht to Coronado for dinner and I worked myself into a frenzy about the attire. Turns out it wasn't as big of a deal as I made it out to be. Something you feel good in, your great personality and lots of confidence goes a LONG way! Have a great time.

Stephanie said...

Agree with Alison...a black dress with colored heels and a necklace/earrings to match. That is always perfect and you will find that most woman wear black dresses too...Make sure to post some pics of the night!!!

janet said...

All I can say is good luck. I just went to Aaron's work party thinking I was dressed up enough, but I felt really casual when I got there. It's not a big deal, but I am new to this whole professional lifestyle. Definitely fancy up on the jewelry... that is my best advice. Have fun!