Code of Dress

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Dottie May

Code of Dress

I read an article recently commenting on the way people dress when going out for a meal. I don't necessarily mean Lunch in the Pub but going out for Dinner in very nice Restaurants. I had to agree I thought standards had gone down...for instance men in rugby T-shirts, ripped denims and trainers and women in much the same attire. Without going over the top, there are some smart casual clothes available. What do others think.

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Pan-tastic

code of dress

I agree. Smart jeans can look good teamed with proper shoes, an open necked shirt (not a rugby shirt!)and a jacket but definitely never ripped, no trainers, no tshirts! And the same for ladies really, plus I always 'upgrade' any make up or jewelrey to mark the splendor of the occasion. Of course, it does depend on the venue and some are much more casual than others but I am assuming you are talking about 'restaurants' rather than popping to the pub!

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Pan-tastic

Code of dress

Which of course you do, having just re-read the original post, sorry!

 
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