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Old 06-09-2011, 06:34 PM   #1
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Brother's Graduation

As a guest to my younger brother's high school graduation should I wear 1.) 2 piece suit or 2.) blazer and khakis. Tie or no tie?

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Old 06-09-2011, 06:54 PM   #2
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I would do a dark blazer, navy would my first choice, white collared shirt, you don't really need a tie so I would leave it off, nice pair of slim khakis and loafers preferable brown if you do a navy blazer. White pocket square would also finish this outfit nicely. I wouldn't do 2 piece suit; that's a bit too much if you're not part of the actual graduation.
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^What colour khakis? I have khakis of all colours.
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Option 2: Blazer and Khakis

No tie.

I say that because I went with option 2 but with a tie. I felt so out of place, people were thinking, "WTF?"

Then again, my brother went to an East Van high school. His graduation ceremony was a week ago.
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Jesus, our lives are kinda similar. I'm going to my little brother's East Van high school graduation, too.

Thanks for the tip. I don't want to look stupid or like I'm trying too hard. Also, I never got a chance to thank you for the airline advice you gave me a while back before I left for Germany. RS doesn't work there.

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Haha! Pleasure's mine.

Hope you enjoyed your trip to Europe.

Oh, and good luck at the grad ceremony. It gets pretty boring.
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