To be more stylish, you do not have to follow the latest fashion trends, learn complex hairstyling techniques, or buy the costliest clothing items. (I mean who has the bank account for it, anyway? Not me, either.) A simple loose tuck in your shirt, a pair of sunglasses, or extra layers may make all the difference.
You are not alone if you are thinking, “Thanks for the advice, but I will never look as amazing as these Instagram influencer style icons.” To that, I say, as corny as it sounds, the greatest secret to being trendy is just confidence. Simple as that!
Even if a specific ensemble is out of your comfort zone, simply walk around and act like it is something you wear all the time—your dress is just as much about your attitude as it is the clothing and accessories.
However, check out these ideas if you want some quick pointers on how to pull off an over-the-the-top ‘fit or seem stylish this party season without looking like you are trying too hard.
1. Work on your minimalistic wardrobe
Make sure you have a few go-to pieces in your closet: a classic black dress, a pair of well-fitting jeans, a sharp blazer, a few plain T-shirts and button-downs in muted tones, and a leather jacket for when the weather turns chilly (or denim jacket). The secret to appearing put together is to build a small capsule wardrobe of mix-and-match essentials (and to learn how to style them).
2. Make sure that your clothing is a flawless fit before leaving the house
One tip to make any article of clothing seem beautiful is to employ a professional tailor. Garments with a more precise fit are not only more fashionable but they also provide greater levels of comfort at a party. Pants that drag on the ground and gowns that bunch up uncomfortably will not make you feel fashionable. If your capsule wardrobe fits you well, you may start to experiment with over-and under-sized things in a manner that feels stylish, not sloppy.
3. Learn the art of proportional equivalence
When it comes to dressing for proportion, the goal is to achieve a sense of balance and harmony throughout all of your ensembles for a party. The method you do this is by wearing clothing that is tailored to your body form. Keep the remainder of your outfit fitting while wearing big or unusually shaped clothing to create a fashion statement. For example, try mixing a tight crop top with wide-leg jeans or a puff-shoulder shirt with straight-leg slacks.
4. Discover your own unique sense of fashion
Developing a distinctive style might take years, but you can begin by establishing a mood board. Remember that sense of style is an experiment; you never know what stunning looks await you until you are in the dressing room. What you buy should not be determined by whether it is “menswear” or “womenswear.” Find what works for you by experimenting with a variety of hues and shapes depending upon the party theme.
5. Improve your shopping skills
Learning how to buy precisely what you want can help you avoid cluttering your wardrobe full of goods you never wear. Styling an outfit for a party becomes second nature when you have a well-curated closet full of your favourite items.
6. Add a belt
Adding a belt to your appearance is one of the simplest ways to make any outfit seem more put-together. It is also a terrific strategy for providing balance to an ensemble that otherwise would not work.
7. Play with Colours
To ease your fear of wearing colours at a party, start with one bright item and keep the rest of your outfit simple. You will discover your own style’s most incredible colour combinations as you get more familiar with them.
8. Use a variety of patterns and textures in your design
Handbag and shoe colour coordination for women is no longer a thing of the past. Contrasting patterns and textures are a fashionable must-have. Start small with neutral themes like stripes and low-key textures like leather and knits, bringing in the sequins and paisleys in little quantities (like a scarf, tie, or clutch) until you understand what works for you.
Party-wear fashion has long been a challenge due to the difficulty of being both preventable and neither too nor underdressed at the same time. For this reason, we are advising you to take some time to consider your own style and just include a little amount of that into your appearance. From basic styles to feeling lavish at a party.
During the last two years, everyone has experienced something completely new. There have been significant shifts in many aspects of our daily routines, such as our employment locations, vacation destinations, whom we can see, and what we can do. In this context, our perspective on what we wear at parties has also undergone a significant alteration, although a less critical one.