My husband told me that this dress is too sexy and inappropriate for a formal dinner party and if i insist to wear it he will go alone. I think the dress isn't that bad right? what do you think? Is it like he says? I really like it and i think my husband's over reacting because of his jealousy besides i'm not trying to look sexy in front of his crew work and friends or something i just want to look good. i just don't get it. I mean i won't be the first one to wear this kind of dress!
It's too short but the dress style is fine. Another 6 inches lower to sit just above the knees and it's good to go. You can't bare shoulders AND thigh at the same time at a formal event really, one or the other.
It sounds like this is a business dinner. In that case then I agree that it's inappropriate. For a non-business formal dining it's fine, but not for business. You should dress more conservatively for a business dinner than for other dinners.
In my opinion if he sees it inappropriate, then no need to make a problem for something trivial. We ( or most of men) like to feel we have the control, and jealous about people we love. He loves you don't piss him off.
Depends on what "formal" is ment. Especially in conservative society the rules can get very strict and complex. I once had to switch between 3 different clothing styles on a single event/night because it and also the allowed colors depended on time (before/after midnight, etc.) because of the etiquette there. Also for business meetings there are in general 3 main clothing styles required for women from casual to very formal depending on the meeting. Without knowing the details it is a 50:50 chance if it is appropriate.
Looks ok but you have other problems than the dress... Like being married at 19.
This looks more like something you'd wear to a club not a formal party but it's very cute and looks good on you. It's not inappropriate, I agree that he's probably just jealous of other people looking at you since he thinks you look really sexy in the dress.
Depends on the kind of "formal". I see you live in Germany, so if its a formal business dinner, I would not wear. But if its more like a formal inauguration of a modern event, why not? Look at stars at the grammy's or even the Berlin film festival.
It's a nice dress and I don't think it's inappropriate but I'm guessing the dress code is a little more formal? So maybe something longer, closer to knee length and with a capped sleeve or straps might be a little more formal?