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Dress Code

Published:Monday | February 1, 2016 | 12:00 AMJody-Anne Lawrence
For formal, or semi-formal, the principle remains the same – nothing shorter than this is acceptable. But why would you go short when you can go curvy and seductive.
If you are looking for something to wear that is more of a lounge theme, then this jumpsuit will be the perfect fit. The soft fabric gives the easy, laid-back effect that will suit the setting.
Denim is always in and lace is still a hit for 2016, so this combination not only keeps you on trend but also cool and casual. You can pair it with flat ballet shoes or sandals for the casual look and to suit your style.
This gold number is paired with a statement for the perfect cocktail outfit that makes you look like a million dollars. Cocktail dresses are above the ankle to a few inches about the knees.
Having a garden party? This spring lace dress would be perfect. Great for a relaxing evening with wine and friends.
Looking for that hot party number? Well, this is definitely your dress. Fits your body with enough skin showing and the sparkles to make you stand out in any crown.

Fashion and trends are always changing but there are certain principles that remain the same. We all want to stand out, but we would prefer if we did in the right way. You might have your own style, but try to ensure that you do not break the dress codes. Here are a few examples of what you should wear to different occasions.

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