The next time you start to fret about what you can possibly wear to work and then to a party right after…don’t. Instead, bookmark this story because we’ve finally decoded what it means to dress from day to night. Speaking with us is Linda Fulford, the Brand Communications Director at THE OUTNET, and she’s giving you easy tips that you can use to prep for a boardroom-to-bar situation.
Linda Fulford, Brand Communications Director at THE OUTNET.
When it comes to party dressing, what is the best advice you can give?
Have fun and wear something that gets you in the mood. I love a bit of sparkle and a great shoe teamed with some accessories that bring the whole outfit together. Wear something you’ll be comfortable in that will also turn heads!
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What is one item that you cannot live without for the party season?
The Iris & Ink ‘Jane’ satin peplum top – you can wear it into the office, then throw on some heels and some fun earrings for a great night out!
Is there an outfit formula that you stick to when you’re getting dressed to go to a party?
Well it really depends on what the party is. If it’s a smart party, I’ll always go for a dress and heels – I’m loving the sequinned dresses in our party offering on site – or I may choose a white shirt with a black sequin skirt.
If it’s a more casual party, I’ll start with a great-fitting pair of jeans from M.i.h. or Frame and wear them with a stylish top or velvet jacket, for example.
One of my all-time favourite tops is something I bought off THE OUTNET by Alexis that continues to get comments, and I also love the Boycott double-breasted, crushed-velvet jacket by Ellery on our site at the moment.
Who are some of your favourite designers or brands at the moment?
Roksanda, Ellery, Chloé, Ganni, Baum und Pferdgarten, Marni, Miu Miu.
Images: THE OUTNET
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