Have you ever been invited to a social event with a dress code that doesn’t suit your style at all? Well, no need to worry any longer because I have a solution for you.
If there’s a dress code to a party, it’s important to show up in a somewhat appropriate outfit. It’s every party-thrower’s worst nightmare to be the only one whose outfit matches the theme of the party. Be a nice guest and try to follow the dress code as much as possible without losing your own sense of style. Possible scenario: If the theme of a party is TSM/TFM (total sorority move/total fraternity move) and you’re not the preppy-type, then wear your favorite cut-off jean shorts and tie a sweater around your shoulders.—>problem solved!
Let your Inner Style Shine
It’s time to play dress up, while keeping in mind what everyone else is going to be wearing. Let’s say you’re going to a Country concert. Obvi, everyone is going to be wearing
ugly mismatched plaid, so it’s time to come up with a cuter alternative. Trade that old, plaid shirt in for a cute tank with cut-off jean shorts. While trying to incorporate the theme into your outfit, pair your look with cowgirl boots and some cute shades.
Act the Part
Although you may not look like everyone else, you can still enjoy yourself in the same way. If you’re going to an electronic music festival, then it’s time to get your rave on. If you’re going to a tea party, then sit up straight and put a smile on your face! Instead of wearing what everyone else is wearing, you will stand out. If you’re going to make a statement, it’s important to have the confidence to match the bold outfit. Trust me, everyone will compliment you on your bravery to push the limits.
A friendly reminder: You want to turn heads wherever you go!
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