Kick off party - formal or not ??

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2011/03/07 11:24:09 (permalink)

Kick off party - formal or not ??

Kickoff party - is it formal ? ,  what would be the approprite attire this year ?  thx
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    Ralph Melton
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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/07 15:38:08 (permalink)
    Last year, I wore a casual short-sleeved button-down shirt and felt adequately dressed, but the more distinguished guests wore sport coat and tie or the feminine equivalent.
     
    I would recommend that you not wear anything so formal that you couldn't eat crawfish without fearing for your clothes.
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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/07 15:59:32 (permalink)
    Ralph Melton

    Last year, I wore a casual short-sleeved button-down shirt and felt adequately dressed, but the more distinguished guests wore sport coat and tie or the feminine equivalent.

    I would recommend that you not wear anything so formal that you couldn't eat crawfish without fearing for your clothes.


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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/07 22:01:14 (permalink)
    I echo Ralph's statements.  "Smart Casual" might be the right phrase.
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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/08 09:50:49 (permalink)
    Thanks for the reply  = )   I have a dress that is not to fancy , but cute ,,  I wanted to wear ,, Just didnt wanna be over dressed, but I think I might get away with it, if I decide to wear it  = )  I might pass on the crawfish that night  = )  Nikki
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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/08 09:51:26 (permalink)
    Smart casual ,,, I like that . thx
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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/10 12:01:38 (permalink)
    My own question for the kickoff party: when could we get in to the Southern Food and Beverage Museum?
    I'd like to peruse the museum in the late afternoon, before the party.
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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/10 12:21:13 (permalink)
    Here are their hours listed on their website:
    http://southernfood.org/sofab/?page_id=21
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    Re:Kick off party - formal or not ?? 2011/03/10 17:23:08 (permalink)
    I may not have been clear. The description of the kickoff party says "Admission to the museum is included in the price of a ticket". So I don't really mean "when can I enter the museum", I mean "when can I enter the museum without paying for another museum admission?"
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