The corporate-sponsored event season is nearly upon us. Though perhaps it will be less lavish than in recent past, chances are that lawyers will spend a Saturday evening in a cocktail dress or ball gown in the months to come, perusing tables of silent auction goodies and spotting old friends.

These are fantastic opportunities to network, bond with less familiar co-workers from a different floor and step out feeling fabulous. But if you’re anything like me, this year the health of my bank account is on my mind; a new dress for one or more of this season’s events is sure to make it feel a little ill. In preparation, I’ve brainstormed some ways to keep the costs of dressing up under control this time around.

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