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Long top and leggings=too informal? watch

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    Answer quick girlies-its tonight.
    Okay so I've got a party tonight. A family one with a buffet and band/d.j for great aunt's sixtieth. My boyfriend is coming, but apart from that theres not much people my age.
    Ive got this new long white top from River Island and was gonna wear leggings and a black waist belt with it.
    Is this too informal?:confused:
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    (Original post by Emzzzz:)x)
    Answer quick girlies-its tonight.
    Okay so I've got a party tonight. A family one with a buffet and band/d.j for great aunt's sixtieth. My boyfriend is coming, but apart from that theres not much people my age.
    Ive got this new long white top from River Island and was gonna wear leggings and a black waist belt with it.
    Is this too informal?:confused:
    Seeing as its for a family do that sounds perfect. You don't want to look too overdressed or underdressed so you sound somewhere just right in the middle
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    That sounds fine for a family party
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    Sounds lovely i think that'll be fine.
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    the waist belt seals the deal :P
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    Thankyou very much for all your help
    Was the silly boyfriend with his clear lack of fashion sense who said to me it wasnt formal enough..
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    it's your family, you must know what people are likely to wear?

    but unless your boyfriend is wearing a suit then he has no leg to stand on
 
 
 
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