I'm going to a dinner with my boyfriends potential clients and they're some very sophisticated people but they like to party and we're heading to a club after. Which style outfit do you think is more suited for both venuesYou can say none :)? Thanks x
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Most Helpful Guy
2 is HOT, but not suitable for a business dinner. 1 or 3 instead.
Also, you completely rock all three outfits.2
Most Helpful Girl
Oh... oh dear.
You are going to A BUSINESS DINNER.
I don't know who these "clients" are -- or what the industry is -- but... Oh my.
You need to wear something that's actually a little bit on the conservative side during the dinner, and can become a LITTLE bit more daring, BUT STILL UNDENIABLY CLASSY, at the club.
You are going to be at the club with BUSINESSPEOPLE IN SUITS!
With whom yr boy actually DOES BUSINESS!
One way to do this:
• Wear a KNEE-LENGTH mermaid style dress (with your body #mmhmm oh yeah).
DO NOT WEAR A SKIRT SUBSTANTIALLY SHORTER THAN THE KNEE. If you wear a slit all the way up to yr waist, like #1 -- which looks as much like a bathing suit as like a dress -- I will personally fly out to Australia, stay the night at @luci92 's place, smack you silly, and fly home.
• Wear a nice cropped (bolero length) jacket OVER the dress at the dinner.
Then, when you get to the club, just coat check.
#stayclassy <3 :*
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