90s Themed Party
If you look closely at the 90s fashion trends, they were all about those big hoops, mommy pants, dungarees, plaid shirts, rock band T-shirts, matching separates, round glasses, chokers, and not to forget our current favorite – crop tops. If you are headed to a 90s themed party, this is what is usually expected of you. You can easily incorporate a combination of these – and you are sorted. Plus, most of these are making a comeback, so, we are sure they are already a part of your closet. You don’t have to do much here, just dress up, show up, and groove to some retro music.
Christmas is around the corner, and you are guessing that you are already flooded with invitations, or you have a vague list of the parties you have to attend. It’s that time of the year we all want to unwind, party, and forget the stress of the whole year. So, go all out, look your best. The obvious choices are a little black dress, a red dress, or a blue lace dress – or anything on those lines. However, this time around, try pantsuits, matching separates or monochromes. Accessorize with fine body jewelry to complete the look. House Party.
If you are looking for house party ideas, it either means that the party is moving indoors because ‘Winter is coming’, or it is a house party in the most real sense. It implies that there will be beer pong, charades, sticker stalker, and other activities. So unless there is a theme mentioned in the invite, you can wear just about anything – from a maxi to distressed jeans, a shirt dress to leather pants. Keep your makeup low key because it is an indoor setup, but let that one accessory or lipstick pop to look effortless and chic.
Are you attending a masquerade party or a ball? While the former is a more relaxed event at an informal environment, a masquerade ball is quite a serious affair, so you need to know what it is going to be like. The next thing to take into account would be your mask – choose that first, it makes your life so much easier. Choose a dress that complements your mask, meaning, it can either be in the same color or in a contrasting one, but overall makes a complete outfit. You could choose a corset or an A-line dress, pencil skirts with a formal top, etc. Make sure you wear heels because they look elegant and lift your entire look almost instantly. Don’t put in too many colors in your outfit; it can end up looking loud and gaudy.
Honestly, birthday parties are the easiest to dress up for, because more often than not there is a theme. The only thing you probably have to remember is that it is not your birthday and so you don’t have to steal the thunder. A crop top and skirt, ripped jeans and shirt, one piece boho dress, hot pants or skinny jeans with a leather jacket, etc. are interesting choices.