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The answer definitely depends on which easy pants. The garment-dyed ones fit smaller than the gabardine ones.
 

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You want to size up one for a slim fit.
 

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Fat Carter?
 

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What are some of the weirdest / most cryptic / funniest dress codes you’ve been served on an invite?

someone on slack mentioned “Summer Chic otherwise known as cocktail attire with a summer twist! Colors encouraged, ties optional.” 😳

I once got invited to a “beach formal” wedding…
 

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What are some of the weirdest / most cryptic / funniest dress codes you’ve been served on an invite?

someone on slack mentioned “Summer Chic otherwise known as cocktail attire with a summer twist! Colors encouraged, ties optional.” 😳

I once got invited to a “beach formal” wedding…
Nothing out of the ordinary, I got sent an invite for a company get-together this week, dress code listed as "dressy casual" and "summer casual". The venue is described as a "Sprawling entertainment venue with a high-tech driving range & swanky lounge with drinks & games."

I plan to stay in the swanky lounge most of the time, so I'm thinking solid camp collar (or Inis Meáin sweater), ironed trousers, loafers or espadrilles, and a sport jacket left in the car just in case.
 

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I just came back from a "garden formal" in june and have an upcoming "beach formal" in november.
 

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Beach formal, man
 

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Nothing out of the ordinary, I got sent an invite for a company get-together this week, dress code listed as "dressy casual" and "summer casual". The venue is described as a "Sprawling entertainment venue with a high-tech driving range & swanky lounge with drinks & games."

I plan to stay in the swanky lounge most of the time, so I'm thinking solid camp collar (or Inis Meáin sweater), ironed trousers, loafers or espadrilles, and a sport jacket left in the car just in case.
So they want you to wear a sport coat for top golf. Got it.
 

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