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labeled as "bed and breakfast bar attire."
Many times, themed b'nai mitzvah parties
are intended to be playful, making the dress
code not fancy by any means. Some sports-
themed parties call for wearing team jerseys
and jeans. How more casual can you get?
Though it may be awkward to step outside
of your house to attend a b'nai mitzvah party
in your pajamas, it is perfectly acceptable at-
tire for "brunch bar mitzvah bashes" or "pa-
As the fashion world changes and party
hosts keep on looking for something unique,
it is inevitable for people to be confused and
curious about what to wear to a party. When
Cammy and Sam in their "denim and in doubt, call the host — or ask your friends
and decide together what you think is appro-
priate. There's safety in numbers.
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Stanley Wolf and a few of his friends at his bar mitzvah party.
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B'nal mitzvah invitations show various dress codes.
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