Off topic: Ohrid conference 2009 - Gala Dinner - Dress Mode
Thread poster: Peter Cox
| Black tie...please :) || Jun 14, 2009 |
Hello Peter - thank you for raising this question. It's not like it's a crucial one, but still…The Gala dinner is envisaged as a formal dinner to celebrate the anniversary...and it would be really nice and I will be truly appreciative if we give it a bit of a formal tone.
So - my answer (to Oleg's discontent) is - please bring your tuxedos and formal dresses (the ones you ladies rarely get to wear, they do not necessarily need to be long ) - just for the Gala dinner. As for the remaining activities, you can choose to wear less formal clothes.
| Not attending, but... || Jun 15, 2009 |
Hristina Dojčinova wrote:
So - my answer (to Oleg's discontent) is - please bring your tuxedos and formal dresses (the ones you ladies rarely get to wear, they do not necessarily need to be long
) - just for the Gala dinner. As for the remaining activities, you can choose to wear less formal clothes.
If I had had a chance to attend the conference (for instance if and when it takes place in central Spain), this would have puzzled me a lot. Do you mean an actual tuxedo and bow tie or a suit? An actual tuxedo sounds a bit exaggerated to me... :-/
| !Correction! :) || Jun 17, 2009 |
There is no need to worry
What I actually meant was a suit (for the BoyZ) and a bit of a formal outfit for the GirlZ - and as I already said, you do not need to bring along your long ball dresses.
The dress code, in this case, is not a rule! Just a kind recommendation feel free to make your choice!
See you in Ohrid in a couple of weeks!
| | Russell Jones
Local time: 22:19
Italian to English
Well, I had had planned to travel with hand luggage only to avoid to all too frequent problems of lost luggage with interconnecting flights (none direct from UK) - and to take advantage of Macedonian Summer temperatures. That's blown those plans.
Mind you, I wonder how many attendees will have seen this thread; I only found it by accident. We could be the odd ones out!
Do many freelancers actually own a suit? Why would they need one?
[Edited at 2009-06-25 22:38 GMT]
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