4 Ways To Wear Your Party Pieces At Home
Wondering what to wear for your next Zoom soiree? It’s that time of year when we’d normally be outfit-planning for a host of festive celebrations, but with in-person get-togethers being replaced by intimate or virtual gatherings, there’s no reason why we can’t still dress up to stay in. We’ve highlighted three ways you can scale back your party look this year without compromising on style.
1. Dialed down sequins
If you’re looking to stand-out this festive season, do so in our distinctive sequin styles. Dial the look down slightly by teaming our Dagma dress or Suki skirt with knitwear, minimal jewellery and a pair of flat boots. Keep your hair and makeup pared back to allow the shimmering outfit to take centrestage.
2. Style your denim with heels
The beauty of denim is that it can be worn with every type of footwear imaginable – so uplift your party looks this year by simply combining your favourite jeans with your go-to pair of heels or heeled boots. Take a pick from our statement tops this winter – our luxury leather shirts, printed blouses and sequin designs will all add a sense of ceremony to festive Facetimes.
3. Dress up your knitwear
Knitwear might typically be categorised as casualwear, but when combined with stand-out styles and accessories, it can create an elevated party look. Whatever your choice of style – cable knit, oversized, funnel neck, or V-neck – try layering a jumper over an eye-catching skirt or dress for an effortless look to envy.
4. Add contemporary trainers
A pair of trainers can go a long way, especially when paired with statement pieces. Crisp, clean styles like our Raife Minimal Trainer will lend a polished feel to your outfit and complement a host of colours this winter. Whether you’re wearing your favourite dress to the dinner party or the celebratory video call, add trainers for a contemporary feel and extra comfort.