When we get back out to the outside world, sometimes life will catch up with you. For those times, I’ve got your back. Busy day at the office? Then onto dinner with the girls? Or chill day at the beach? Going straight to a couple bars that night? I’m here for you. Here are my super top tips for making your outfit go straight from day, to night, without going home.
So, the best way to go for this is, dress with simplicity. The more simple your outfit, the easier it is to dress up or down. If you’re going to work with all these crazy colours and accessories (even though we love that, keep it up) for this kinda occasion, we need to keep it calm. It’s best to stick to colours that you have a lot of in your wardrobe, and flow well with each other in different ways.
For example, a good option is always a black and white, and then a statement colour. Whatever flows with you, green, orange, red. Whatever your thing is. Make this something like your trousers, or your bodysuit. Keeping an element of your outfit like this, still makes it interesting for all settings. And can also ensure that you still stand out wherever it is you’re heading.
By keeping a jacket in your bag or on standby is a really good way to jazz up your outfit for the evening. Something so simple yet so effective. A blazer is a really good way to stand out and make an appearance. A blazer is also so in at the moment, and can style any way you feel suitable. So, you’ll definitely stand out!
Another key part; shoes. Sometimes a heel isn’t always your best option, even though, I know, it’s your go to for a night out. How about changing it up, dress up in a pair of trainers or a cute pair of sandals. This can help you draw attention to other parts of your outfit (like your jacket!) and help you change the attention you draw from your outfit.
I hope these top tips have helped you think of new ways you can change up your outfit from day to night – or even visa versa if you’re feeling like a party animal. These can really change the game, so, happy wearing!
By Yas Feasey