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Where’s the party tonight?

The festive season is here and with it comes a huge number of gatherings and parties. But with all the fun comes the toughest question – what to wear? BM tells you how to dress for different parties.

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Cocktail Parties

Cocktail parties aren’t just an excuse to get together and have some fancy drinks. It is an important social gathering that includes, well, getting together and having some fancy drinks! In any case, it’s important to look the part. A cocktail party is a great excuse to buy yourself a stylish new dress. Choose a cute satin dress by Charlotte Russe, let your hair down, add some fun accessories, throw on some lip gloss and go have fun!

Office Parties

When dressing up for an office party, keep in mind that you can’t put on just about anything or you’ll stick out in a bad way. You need a simple, conservative yet stylish look. Get that LBD out. Pair it with a stylish blazer. Or go for skirts and combine it with a smart jacket and you will be good to go.

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Family Get-togethers and Weddings

Come festive season and you’ll be going for family dinners or wedding functions every third day of the week. If you think Indian and sophisticated, the answer will always, undoubtedly, be the Sari. Wear a beautifully draped sari according to your complexion and with minimalistic accessories. You’ll be loaded with lots and lots of compliments.

Girls’ night out

Let’s be honest, when it comes to looking good, you know what to wear. Whether its dinner and drinks or dancing at a club, you need to look perfect for a night out with your girls! Go for a pair of skinny jeans and a sexy sparkly top combined with your favourite pair of heels. Add a dash of colour with a red bag.

Dinner Date

Date with a special someone? You need to look your sexy, flirty best. An off-shoulder dress with a built-in belt will not let his eyes off you!

So get set to receive loads of compliments for your style this season!


-Shreyasi Ranjan


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