I've done this several times now, but still find that your opinion is more valuable than my thoughts on conference wear :)
This year's Spring convention shirts have arrived. They're wide and short, and entirely disappointing after last year's attire.
The suggested dress code is the company shirt (two days black, Friday white), with "nice jeans" (blue or black), and cowboy boots are encouraged (it's a western them, in Nashville). Jean skirts are permitted for us women.
Here's my first pass at options. Coming up with jeans that I feel comfortable in for presenting (I'll be presenting twice, on two different days), is weird...
#1-#3 - Jean skirt option: two with shoes (sheer black vs. opaque hose - sheer is baggy and I'll be picking up a replacement), one with boots (not cowboy, but as close as I have on hand).
#4-#5 black bootcut jeans. I think this is my best bet for professional looking jeans, but it's a lot of black - how can I mitigate that black-ness?
#6 black shirt with skinny jeans and boots.
#7 white shirt with skinny jeans and boots (one with necklace, one without).
#9-#12 - both shirts, with and without a statement necklace in company colors. Does the necklace improve anything?