I wanted to wear a very skimpy dress for dinner with my boyfriend – but I'm not sure if it's socially acceptable | The Sun

MOST restaurants have a dress code to stick to.

So when it came to choosing an outfit for a date night with her boyfriend, Paige wasn't sure whether her skimpy dress would be "socially acceptable".

And what better way to make a decision than to turn to her TikTok followers to ask their opinion.

Paige shared a video of herself in the hot pink off-the-shoulder dress, which featured cut-outs on the cleavage and stomach and a low back.

The dress was also incredibly short, with a lot of Paige's long, tanned legs on show.

She captioned her video: "Am going to dinner with my boyfriend tonight.

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"And trying to convince myself that it’s socially acceptable to wear this dress to a restaurant."

But opinions on the ensemble were extremely divided.

"it is socially acceptable when ur this hot," one wrote.

"You are absolutely stunning. Wear it," another added.

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While a third wrote: "DEFINITELY wear this. Main character vibes ur slaying bae."

However, others disagreed, with one writing: "That’s a club dress girly."

"To a club yes a restaurant maybe no," someone else agreed.

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"not for a restaurant," another added.

"People will have things to say as long as you don’t mind them I don’t see an issue," a third advised.

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