Where can I wear a ballgown without looking retarded

Oxbridge anons may relate to this; for three years of my life I’ve been semi-regularly going to white tie events and have amassed a collection of really opulent dresses. Too fancy to wear out even to a nice restaurant- I’m talking big actual ballgowns. I don’t really want these dresses to sit in my cupboard for the rest of my life, but I’m also not famous so state dinners and the met gala aren’t options.

27 thoughts on “Where can I wear a ballgown without looking retarded

    • Anonymous says:

      can you shut up

      https://i.imgur.com/q5mkSel.jpg

      Oxbridge anons may relate to this; for three years of my life I’ve been semi-regularly going to white tie events and have amassed a collection of really opulent dresses. Too fancy to wear out even to a nice restaurant- I’m talking big actual ballgowns. I don’t really want these dresses to sit in my cupboard for the rest of my life, but I’m also not famous so state dinners and the met gala aren’t options.

      what size of collection do you have? is downsizing an option/helpful or is it more about finding time and places to wear these pieces? if the latter, i’d look into the night life in your area, who knows what’s around. don’t just consider formal events, but also anywhere that "eccentric" dress would be normal.

      • Anonymous says:

        One dress looks like the photo at the top of the post, with some subtle embroidery.
        Another is a red sparkly Jessica Rabbit kinda dress.
        One looks like Princess Diana’s famous LBD but floor length with high slit.
        One is a calf-length, full skirt, sort of rust coloured with lots of delicate gold embroidery.
        And another is a lace up back emerald, with pockets.
        I’m pretty attached to all of them so I won’t sell them. At the very least if I have a daughter she can wear them to prom.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Renaissance Faires and Jane Austen festivals are the ones I can think of off the top of my head that happen semi regularly depending on where you are. You can probably get away with wearing them in public if you’re accompanied by a photographer too, under the guise of photoshoots or something.

  2. AnavarGuy says:

    If you really wanted to you could take a year as a working holiday and work at British Hills in Japan, they have a lot of reasons to wear those kinds of dresses.
    Or just visit for a holiday

  3. Anonymous says:

    I know the answer but because British society cruelly forced me to merely study my degree instead of "read" it I won’t tell you.

    • Anonymous says:

      >"The broad says she wants a place to wear her fancy ballgowns…"
      >"the obvious answer would be ‘a ball,’ but no ones said it yet…"
      >"…why?"
      >…
      >*Door opens*
      >"Mr Chud, I’ve got a something you need to see!"

      >*hits pipe*
      >"So Mr Goyim, he says he knows the answer, but won’t give it up because of what ‘British Society’ did to him?"
      >*Inspector Chud stares out the window*
      >"Just what did Great Briton do to you anon? What did she do to keep you silent?"
      >*Inspector Chud turns to Mr Goyim*
      >"Mr Goyim, we better pay ol’ anon here a visit. Shake him down, rough him up, get him to talk. We have to get to the bottom of this mystery."

  4. Anonymous says:

    The Vienna Opera Ball tickets go for 385€, you’d have to learn how to waltz if you don’t know already but I expect ballgowns like the one in your photo wouldn’t be out of place.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Get accepted to grad school at Stanford. They have a Viennese ball every year, held in the tradition of the Austria Viennese ball. They even have some free lessons and classes leading up to it each year to teach the plebs how to dans

    • Anonymous says:

      because most were groomed for it and they have no personality. I went to a hypsm school and seeing the kids who went to 60k a yr private school their whole life and paid tutors get mad as heck when my broke ass got in and scored higher than them. tbh those leaks with the "personality" scores might have some merit, why would these schools want androids who were programmed to go to their school?

  6. Anonymous says:

    >Where can I wear a ballgown
    If you’re a biological woman, not obese or incredibly ugly, at our wedding reception. If you’re a tranny, in your coffin

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