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    Hi,
    I am going to to westend, to see the jersey boys on wednesday, and I am soooo confused at what to wear. I have been to musicals like that before but its mainly been with the school, where i wore school uniform.

    Pleasee help
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    (Original post by wizzo123)
    Hi,
    I am going to to westend, to see the jersey boys on wednesday, and I am soooo confused at what to wear. I have been to musicals like that before but its mainly been with the school, where i wore school uniform.

    Pleasee help
    Wear a dress but not too formal.
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    Just wear something nice but casual. I don't understand why some people dress up to go and see a show. It's not like you dress up for the cinema?
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    I'd go casual as well, especially if it's a matinee rather than an evening performance. That said, it could be a good excuse to buy a new outfit!
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    Me and Mum often to go see a show when we're on a shopping day in London, so it's usual smart casual. Saw Three Days of Rain in March and people were in jeans and t-shirts.
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    As long as you don't look a tramp, anything goes. I've been to a couple while just on a day out in London, so it was unplanned and, well, i wasn't exactly dressed to impress. As long as you're not in a tracksuit i think you'll be fine.
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    Just wear something nice but casual. I don't understand why some people dress up to go and see a show. It's not like you dress up for the cinema?
    That is an interesting question... Because you spent £50-odd on your seat? It's somthing you couldn't regularly afford? The other people there might have generally nicer wardrobes than you (if you're me..)?
    I would feel strange in something too dressed down and casual, but also in anything too formal. I wear something pretty, some of my nicest clothes.
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    A nice top and smart trousers, or a dress?
    Remember, most places have free cloakrooms, so take advantage!
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    I usually just wear some dark jeans and a nice top - I wanna be comfortable!

    And enjoy the show - I loved it when I saw it!
 
 
 

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