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post #74806 of 85765
ditch the tie.
post #74807 of 85765
Suit and no tie looks awful.
post #74808 of 85765
Maybe I should just wear the tie...
post #74809 of 85765
I'll just tie it a bit longer than usual.
post #74810 of 85765
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Suit and no tie looks awful.

not amused
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post #74811 of 85765
Quote:
Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Suit and no tie looks awful.

Agreed. I don't think a suit and tie is that bad under these circumstances. Your outfit is meant to convey respect to the couple getting married, and it's okay to be overdressed so long as the outfit does not call attention to itself (like a loud suit or a tuxedo).
post #74812 of 85765
at the end of the day, pB is just trying to make conversation. No way he breaks his shtick.
post #74813 of 85765
Do you not have a summery sport jacket and odd pants to wear?
post #74814 of 85765
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

at the end of the day, pB is just trying to make conversation. No way he breaks his shtick.
i may, I mean I don't want to call attention to myself at a family members wedding.

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Originally Posted by ethanm View Post

Do you not have a summery sport jacket and odd pants to wear?

LOL!!! No.
post #74815 of 85765
I did pick my black jeans and buttero sneakers and white single pocket t's so I may go hipster.
post #74816 of 85765
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Ok so this wedding I'm finding out is dress code casual. Can I still wear a suit, or is that a huge faux-pas?

How did you just find that out?
post #74817 of 85765
I called my father and he brought it up
post #74818 of 85765
Quote:
In one 2006 survey, 32% of workers said they had an "office husband" or "office wife."[2]

A CNN Money article characterizes the relationship as having the "immediate intimacy [of marriage] without the sex or commitment."[3]

One source[2] characterizes the relationships as "platonic, close, opposite-sex couplings, with no romantic strings attached." The phrase is, however, sometimes used for same-sex relationships.[4]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Work_spouse


Anybody have a same-sex work spouse?
post #74819 of 85765
I have a friend going to a wedding tomorrow. I wonder if it's the same one.
post #74820 of 85765
Probably not unless he's related to me and going to Virginia.
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