I can’t help but feel like my friend who was so happy with how much she could afford to buy a dress and wear it in the dress shop on my first trip to the mall was missing something: a good selection of designer dresses and styles.
I mean, I can wear a dress from Victoria’s Secret or Zara without worrying that I’ll ruin my body or get ripped.
I know, I know: the thought of spending a couple hundred dollars on something I don’t really need and getting ripped off is terrifying.
But I don’ know.
I have an obsession with the idea of dressing up for any occasion without breaking a sweat, and it turns out that dressing up can be really fun and easy if you’re not afraid to ask for help.
There’s a lot of great advice on how to dress well for the party scene, and for this post, we’re focusing on the basics of how to wear dresses for casual and formal occasions.
I’m also going to share some tips on what to wear to a party, whether it’s for a casual or formal occasion, and what to avoid when trying to dress down for a more formal event.
So, what do I need to know?
To help you out, I’ve listed some of the things you should be aware of when going out for a night out:1.
When to dress for casual eventsIf you’re going out to a casual gathering, be prepared to dress in casual clothes for most of the night.
If you want to go out for drinks, try to dress casually too.
This is an important rule for any party: You’re more likely to get a good night out if you are comfortable in a casual outfit.2.
What to wear for formal occasionsIf you plan on having a formal party, dress as casually as you would for a cocktail party.
Dress for your surroundings, not your body.
Don’t look like you’re hiding something, because you will look more professional if you look good.
What you can do for a social outingWhile there are some rules you can follow, there’s a great deal more you can experiment with.
A good rule of thumb is to wear a simple shirt or coat over a casual shirt or jacket.
If you have a dressier look, a light jacket will work just as well.
The same rule applies to pants and t-shirts.
A pair of loose pants with a shirt or dress shirt will look nice over a light, loose tee, and a blazer is just as effective in a dresser.4.
Avoid the dress codeIf you think you might be expected to be a party guest, don’t be intimidated.
It’s okay to go to a dance, but you should dress appropriately to go dancing.
Avoid wearing your dress to a wedding or wedding-related event unless you’re invited to.
You might be surprised at how much you’ll get ripped for wearing a dress.
Avoid revealing your bodyIf you don’t want to get ripped, avoid revealing your clothing or accessories to strangers.
Even if you wear a lot, you’ll look more casual if you don.
Don’t look like an idiotI know, there are a lot more rules about what to look like at a party than I’ve mentioned, but if you want your friends and family to see your good figure and figure-smashing attitude, you should follow this rule.
Don”t wear a bag on your shouldersWhen you’re out, don”t go to the store and buy a huge bag to take home.
That’s a big mistake.
Instead, find a smaller, light bag that you can take with you at all times.
If the store is too large or expensive, go with a smaller bag that’s easier to carry around.
Dress with confidence and styleIf you are going out, it’s a good idea to dress with confidence.
It”s okay to be nervous about what you”ll look like in the evening, but it”s important to remember that the way you look is the way others will see you.
You shouldn”t be ashamed of how you look, just be confident about your outfit and your style.9.
Wear what you likeIt”ll be tough to find a dress that fits you, but try to find something that fits your style without feeling like you”re breaking the budget.
Even if you”ve already tried a dress once, you can try another dress.
If it fits well, try another one.
Wear the right shoesFor the party, you”d be hard-pressed to find shoes that don”ve been designed for you.
So, what should you look for?
If you want a dress to look flattering on you, look for a dress with a flattering fit, or a dress where the width is wider than your shoulders, so you can wear it with your heels. If