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bearlydavid

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I am going to a Musical later on tonite... At around 8

I was wondering what should I wear

I was thinking about a blazer, some khakis, white shirt, tie, and some penny loafers..?

What do yall think?

Its either that or khakis and polo... But im leaning towards the blazer...
 

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Where are you located? I think your blazer/white shirt/khakis/tie outfit will be appropriate at any musical. Just make sure everything's clean and ironed.

--Andre
 

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Originally Posted by Andre Yew
Where are you located? I think your blazer/white shirt/khakis/tie outfit will be appropriate at any musical. Just make sure everything's clean and ironed.

--Andre

The Dallas Fort Worth Area...
 

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Go with the blazer and tie. There is a wide range of clothing at the theatre these days, everything from full-on suits and ties to jeans and sneakers, but if you want to look sharp, you should at least wear a sportcoat.

You also want to consider what your date or the rest of your group will be wearing and if you are planning to go out for drinks or dancing after the show.

You could also consider wearing the blazer with your khakis and polo if you want a slightly more casual look.
 

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i was thinking something more along the lines of...
 

bearlydavid

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Originally Posted by Bradford
Go with the blazer and tie. There is a wide range of clothing at the theatre these days, everything from full-on suits and ties to jeans and sneakers, but if you want to look sharp, you should at least wear a sportcoat.

You also want to consider what your date or the rest of your group will be wearing and if you are planning to go out for drinks or dancing after the show.

You could also consider wearing the blazer with your khakis and polo if you want a slightly more casual look.

That worked great... I certainly wasent overdressed...

the musical was great... Fell asleep halfway through.... But none the less it was good

Thanks for all the help guys
 

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Originally Posted by alflauren
Perhaps something with stripes.




He was a big fan of Gilbert and Sullivan, FWIW.
 

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