dress code

Hi Guys,

I have a quick question. We’re having a christmas party in the office
tomorrow from 4pm to 6pm. And they asked us to wear something festive. Any
idea for a guy like me on what I could wear? I don’t want to be too formal
or too hippy. I’m 23.

Thanks,
jpwoof

Re: dress code

Khakis and a nice sweater?

St John wrote:
>
> Hi Guys,
>
> I have a quick question. We’re having a christmas party in the office
> tomorrow from 4pm to 6pm. And they asked us to wear something festive. Any
> idea for a guy like me on what I could wear? I don’t want to be too formal
> or too hippy. I’m 23.
>
> Thanks,
> jpwoof


Jay Tierney – jay@jaytierney.com

Re: dress code

How about a bright red polo shirt and some khakis.

Or you could wear a company shirt with a nice “holiday” pin :slight_smile:


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“St John” <me@heaven.com> wrote in message
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> Hi Guys,
>
> I have a quick question. We’re having a christmas party in the office
> tomorrow from 4pm to 6pm. And they asked us to wear something festive. Any
> idea for a guy like me on what I could wear? I don’t want to be too formal
> or too hippy. I’m 23.
>
> Thanks,
> jpwoof
>

Re: dress code

Thanks for the your input guys. You’ve been a great help…! Now, it’s
official… I’m gonna drop by the gap store later and look for the cheapest
but nice red top. … I’d probably get a santa hat too to match the
festivity!

why does christmas have to be so expensive? :slight_smile: bummer…

Re: dress code

St John wrote:
> why does christmas have to be so expensive? :slight_smile: bummer…

Because it helps keep our economy moving… :slight_smile:

  • Gilby

oh my god,a Santa hat? whats the true meaning of “festive” here?

Re: dress code

Doesn’t have to be, buy your clothes at the local thrift store. Places like
Goodwill and other thrift stores get a bad rap, but there’s nothing wrong
with buying second-hand clothing. I go shopping there often, their stuff
isn’t old and ratty at all, granted they don’t look new, and the fashons are
out of date, but that doesn’t bother me.

Especially clothes you’re hardly going to wear, there’s no reason to waste
your money on new ones.

Dan

“St John” <me@heaven.com> wrote in message
news:asm50a$t1l$1@www.t-shirtcountdown.com
> Thanks for the your input guys. You’ve been a great help…! Now, it’s
> official… I’m gonna drop by the gap store later and look for the
cheapest
> but nice red top. … I’d probably get a santa hat too to match the
> festivity!
>
> why does christmas have to be so expensive? :slight_smile: bummer…
>