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Should i overdress or underdress?

Asked by judyprays (1309points) December 9th, 2008

I am directing a super casual shoot (of title sequences/drawings—> not me) at my apartment with one other person (camera assistant) in 25 minutes. I really want to feel casual, fun, silly, in my element and productive. Do you think that would mood would be better achieved by dressing really nicely or wearing a robe?

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Judi's avatar

I would use a santa or elf hat to achieve the silly, not the robe.

steelmarket's avatar

If you are a professional, you will seldom go wrong with business casual.

dynamicduo's avatar

“Casual, fun, silly and in your element” shouts jeans and T-shirt to me. The robe could be misinterpreted as some other type of casual silly fun :)

judyprays's avatar

decided on my every day outfit. i look forward to the days where i can wear a robe to work, but don’t think i’m there yet. thanks guys.

wundayatta's avatar

Darn! I so wanted to hear what would happen if you were in a robe.

PS. I had a meeting this morning at home, and I did the same thing. Wore my everyday work outfit.

jasongarrett's avatar

When in doubt, I would always prefer to err on the side of overdressing.

loser's avatar

I was going to vote for the robe too. Maybe I’m just wishing I could wear a robe to work today!

andrew's avatar

/me is wearing a robe to work right now.

loser's avatar

so jealous…

gailcalled's avatar

Sponge Bob pj’s?

loser's avatar

Well… yeah.

St.George's avatar

Overdress but make it funky, then no one will be able to tell.

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