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Help me to choose the right outfit to wear at/for the party.

My brother want to pick a stylish outfit from his wardrobe in order to wear at/for the seminar. I would like you to help my brother pick a nice outfit

Since you a stylist, we would like you to pull out a beautiful outfit for this cute lady as she want to wear it at/for the birthday party.

Which one should I use, at or for? Please make rectify any grammar mistakes if I committed in the above sentences.

Thanks,
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Help me to choose the right outfit to wear at/for the party.
My brother wants to pick out a stylish outfit from his wardrobe to wear at/for the seminar. I would like you to help him.
Since you are a stylist, we would like you to pick out a beautiful outfit for this lady as she wants to wear one at/for the birthday party.

'Cute' of a lady present can be considered rude and sexist.
Can I use both at and for in the above sentences?
Mister Micawber'Cute' of a lady present can be considered rude and sexist.
I did not get this. Could you please make me understand?
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Wonder123My brother want to pick a stylish outfit from his wardrobe in order to wear at/for the seminar. I would like you to help my brother pick a nice outfit
I think for is OK.

Since you are a stylist, we would like you to pull out a beautiful outfit for this cute lady as she wants to wear it at/for the birthday party.

I think for is OK here too.
Wonder123Can I use both at and for in the above sentences?
I have indicated the correct forms in bold.
Wonder123Mister Micawber'Cute' of a lady present can be considered rude and sexist.I did not get this. Could you please make me understand?
Which part do you not understand? I have used no idioms.
Mister MicawberI have indicated the correct forms in bold.
So I can use both at and or? I saw most of the people using atso I came up with this question.
Mister MicawberWonder123Mister Micawber'Cute' of a lady present can be considered rude and sexist.I did not get this. Could you please make me understand?Which part do you not understand? I have used no idioms.
I mean, In what way the sentence you wrote relating to the topic of this thread?
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Wonder123Mister MicawberI have indicated the correct forms in bold.So I can use both at and or?
I have indicated the correct forms in bold.
Wonder123I mean, In what way the sentence you wrote relating to the topic of this thread?
You used 'cute'—I advise against it and deleted it from your sentence.
Mister MicawberI have indicated the correct forms in bold.
Yes you have indicated both at and for in bold. Which mean I can use both, thanks,
Mister MicawberYou used 'cute'—I advise against it and deleted it from your sentence.
Ok I will not use cute.
Wonder123Help me to choose the right outfit to wear at/for the party.
"To" is usual in my dialect.
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