Back then, we were invited to standard calendar holiday parties like Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Halloween parties. But now, the time has changed and new party trends are picking up with unique themes. Every special occasion, whether it’s pre-wedding, graduation, new house or simply a long weekend, calls for a celebration. The most confusing thing we go through is what to wear to a party, because people, especially us ladies, are at the peak of confusion on which outfit would suit these kind of occasions. Even with our sardine-packed wardrobes, we take longer than expected to decide on the perfect outfit for the party. Don’t worry ladies, we know time is of essence and our go-to guide is all your need for your next party. Get ready to slay at every party with these amazing outfit ideas we have sourced for you.
The ’90s themed party
For the ’90s themed party, get yourself dressed in dungarees or crop tops over mommy pants. Complement your look with big hoops and a choker along with round glasses. As they say, sometimes, simplicity is best. This look is not only super comfy, but also a great outfit if dancing is involved. Just dress up and groove to retro music.
You must have an endless list of invitations for Christmas parties every year. Since it’s Christmas, there’s no running away from the obvious choice of color which is red, green or both. Pantsuits or plaid dresses would be the perfect selection for any christmas party. Complete the look with the red cap and fine body jewelry and you are all set to go.
If the theme is not mentioned in the invitation, you can wear anything at the party. House party means multiple activities like charades, beer pong, and sticker stalker, so wear something comfortable. It could be either a maxi or distressed jean with a shirt dress. Since the party is likely to hold indoors so go with light makeup but dark lipstick to make you look loud and decent.
For a masquerade party, you need to make your look a super creative and elegant one. Your best bet would be by choosing the mask first because this would be the first thing people would probably notice, and your attire will complement it. Prefer to wear dark shades like sable black or mahogany red. Next comes your outfit. Choose the one that complements the mask. It could be either an A-line dress or corset. To lift your entire look, put on high heels with them.