Styling Tips For Choosing Your Party Wear
As the Christmas and New Year season fast approach, invites for different occasions start arriving.
Then the what to wear question comes in to play! Exciting and something to look forward to but not everyone wants to or likes to wear a dress.
From a practical viewpoint, consider these options before deciding on buying a new dress: how often will you wear it and how does it fit with your lifestyle and your current wardrobe accessories?
Dresses Have Been And Will Always Be A Great Go-To Option
If you want to treat yourself to a new dress, then consider this Shift Style Dress which also comes with an optional belt giving you two looks in one.
This style below is perfect for a formal lunch, family dinner or cocktail party by simply changing accessories.
Available in two colour options, it is online to purchase here.
For a less styled look, opt for opaque tights and ankle boots. Keep accessories simple and to a minimum. For a more glam look, go bare-legged or choose fine denier tights, add heels and chandelier earrings.
Separates As An Alternative
If you’re not comfortable with a dress or can’t find something you like, why not consider separates for a change?
Choosing a blouse with details such as beads or sequins is a great option to team with this season’s high-waisted trousers, pencil skirts or even your best jeans.
This lovely style will work with lots of your wardrobe favourites and navy is a welcome change from black. It’s available to purchase here.
The wide boat neck on this blouse is very flattering and suits everyone.
Chiffon has always been a great choice for occasion wear and the sleeves here are very feminine.
As the shape is almost straight down, this style lends itself really well to sitting out or being tucked in. The choice is yours. Navy is far less harsh on Irish skins too.
Choosing a stand out piece such as these Treggings can also be a great option to take you to different occasions.
Wear these with a block colour top and ankle boots for an elegant style. Available in two patterns. For a more glamorous feel, add open toe sandals.
These new Scultura Treggings look like trousers but have elasticated waistband and the fabric is stretch but with a good amount of hold.
Flattering and comfortable! Choose to team with a fine knit or add a chiffon or lace top in block colour for a party look.