TOPSHOP:What To Wear If You Want To Look Cool And Stay Warm On A Night Out

It’s here: party season has well and truly arrived and we couldn’t be more excited. But there’s a catch: it’s absolutely freezing outside and the going-out pieces we want to wear are mostly short, sheer and quite the opposite of warm. This might be fine when you’re actually at the party but when you’re standing in the queue, waiting for a taxi or walking from bar to bar it’s not ideal. This year we’re finally listening to our mums and are set to wrap up in party-ready outfits that will equally keep us looking cool and staying warm. Here’s how…

  1. In biker jackets we trust…
    We’re never going to give up on mini dresses, so winter months call for the unsung hero of cold nights out: the trusty biker jacket. You won’t regret investing in your favourite one, as they go with absolutely anything, will shield you from the wind and still show off your outfit. We’ll be completing this look with a pair of trending chunky heels and sparkly gunmetal socks.
  2. Suited for anything…
    A black suit is the forever effortless go-to for party season and super warm at that! We love this one because its diamanté trim makes it very clear that it’s for the 5-9 and not the 9-5. Keep the sparkly-theme going with all of your accessories and, if you’re still chilly, you can always wear a plain black long-sleeve top underneath.
  3. Too pretty for the cloakroom…
    A knitted bodycon midi dress is guaranteed to keep you a lot warmer than all of its floaty alternatives, so we can’t recommend it enough. Add a cropped faux fur jacket to add a touch of glam, ideally one that’s so nice you won’t even want to leave it in the cloakroom. Finish the look with some snakeskin boots, grab party bag and you’re all set!
  4. Turtlenecks can party too…
    If you’re really struggling with what to wear, you can never wrong with a pair of black jeans. This year, try a coated pair: they will make you feel a more dressed up and, since we’re focusing on the warmth factor, are slightly thicker. Pair them with a party-ready sheer long sleeve top and of course lots of sparkling accessories.
  5. Too many sequins? Never…
    A sequin skirt just had to be on the list. Go for a midi length, so you’re not braving bare legs but still look ready to party. We’ve opted for all-black-everywhere with the rest of the look and picked a taffeta top, stiletto boots and a simple shoulder bag. And just in case that’s not enough sparkle for you: complete the look with an embellished headband.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/12/what-to-wear-if-you-want-to-look-cool-and-stay-warm-on-a-night-out

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TOPSHOP:5 Iconic Outfits From Winter Movies We Want To Recreate This Season

If you ask us, movies are the ultimate source of fashion inspiration. Movie wardrobes are designed and carefully curated specifically to highlight each character’s different personalities and storylines, so you can always find one that speaks to your taste. To make things even better, all of these characters then wear their perfect outfits against scenic backdrops and film sets, making them look even better! So, for inspiration this season, we decided to look back at some of our favourite flicks from across the ages and recreate the iconic outfits of their most stylish stars…

  1. When Harry Met Sally (1989)
    There’s no shortage of stylish looks in the rom-com of all rom-coms, When Harry Met Sally. Set in the ’80s, the film is overflowing with power-shoulder blazers, high-waisted trousers, puffy taffeta sleeves and mom jeans. However, the knitted jumpers that Harry and Sally wear in the apartment scene have got to be two of the most iconic looks in the whole film (and movie history). They’re so simple to recreate, too! Simply pick your knit and keep the rest simple with either denim jeans or an A-line skirt, classic boots and patterned tights.
  2. Manhattan (1979)
    Oversized shirts, cool tailored trousers, long flowing hair and natural makeup – Meryl Streep as Jill in Woody Allen’s Manhattan is serving up all the style inspiration we need this season. Due to the film’s noir style, we can’t tell exactly what colours she’s wearing here, but timeless neutrals are probably the closest bet, so pair two beige pieces together and wear with brown add-ons.
  3. An Education (2009)
    Made in the ’00s but set in the ’60s, An Education transports us into the world of a sophisticated set of British socialites whose style at the time was more influenced by the fashion houses of Paris than of London. The film’s leading lady, played by Carey Mulligan, wears a number of covetable looks – think simple satin slips, classic trench coats and Audrey Hepburn style hair. However, today, all our eyes are on this outfit worn by Rosamond Pike’s character, Helen. Who could say no to a killer leopard print coat paired with sleek black and red accessories?
  4. Notting Hill (1999)
    It might have been 20 years since the absolute classic that is Notting Hill graced our screens for the first time, but could Julia Roberts’ style as Anna Roberts be any more 2019? It’s probably because most of her looks are made up of simple basics that will never go out of fashion, like the pinstripe trousers and white T-shirt in this coffee spilling scene. But remember, it’s the ultra-stylish leather jacket and beret that elevate this look to iconic status so they should be a part of all of your day-to-day outfits this winter.
  5. The Great Gatsby (2013)
    2019 is drawing to a close, which means this NYE rings in the start of this century’s Roaring Twenties! What could be a better time than this to recreate a look from Baz Luhrmann’s glittering and glamorous interpretation of The Great Gatsby? A sparkling slip dress is always a great choice for festive parties but give your look the Gatsby touch by accessorising with luscious faux fur and dripping gold jewellery.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/12/5-iconic-outfits-from-winter-movies-we-want-to-recreate-this-season

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ZARA: 6 Outerwear Trends NYC Girls Are All About This Winter

‘Tis the season of holly and jolly and all the outerwear you can stuff inside your closet without it bursting at the seams. If you’re a New Yorker, however, your closet is probably already bursting at the seams, which means you are forced to choose your outerwear selection quite wisely. Here to help you choose which outerwear trends are worth your while this winter are some of New York’s most stylish ladies, including editors, illustrators, creatives, and more. Collectively, this group loves fashion and experimenting yet still keeps a level of practicality in their wardrobes due to the pressing demands of city life.

Ahead, discover which trends these NYC girls are clinging to this winter, such as statement puffers, sleek wrap coats, and more. Read their quotes on each, and get ready for a stylish and practical winter season because, news flash, it’s only just beginning.
“I’m loving quilted coats at the moment—they’re super cozy, water-resistant, and have a cute, vintage-inspired look.” — Alyssa Coscarelli, Freelance Writer, Consultant, Creator
“I love a coat that has a built-in accessory like these scarf coats or ones with a built-in bow—makes getting dressed that much quicker!” — Jenny Walton, Illustrator
“I’m really into colorful outerwear this season!! In the winter, I tend to tone down the bright colors because it’s easier to get dressed in the a.m., but it bums me out, so this year I’m taking a new approach. I’m investing in one or two bright-colored outerwear that will make it easier to add color to an outfit while I’m out the door.” — Michelle Li, Fashion & Beauty Editor, Teen Vogue
“I’m really into oversize, shearling coats right now. Something about the way they hang just looks so good, and I love how they’re on the thinner side (compared to most fur and faux-fur options) but still so cozy.” — Nicole Eshaghpour, Market Editor, Who What Wear
“I have a newfound appreciation for minimal black wool wrap coats. It happened to be one of the only coats I kept in my closet from last winter simply because it didn’t take up too much room. They’re super chic (and go with everything), and despite having the rest of my bulky puffers, statement faux furs, etc., back from storage, it’s the style I keep reaching for this season. Plus, I can knot a sweater over top for a little added styling that makes it feel different from day to day.” — Madeline Fass, Associate Market Editor, Vogue.com
“On these colder days, I find myself reaching for my Farm Rio puffer because it’s so cheery and bright. I love walking around in the sea of black jackets New York tends to become, being a splash of color. Not to mention Farm Rio plants one tree for every purchase made—so admirable and important! — Bianca Valle, Influencer & Nutritionist

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https://www.whowhatwear.com/winter-outerwear-trends/slide2

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ZARA:4 Shoe Trends Totally Flunking—and What We’ll Wear Instead in 2020

Call it cliché, but there’s something about the start of the New Year that always gets us itching for a wardrobe refresh—especially in the shoe department. And while we’ve already noted some of the upcoming 2020 footwear trends, we thought we’d take it one step further (wink wink) and dive into the new shoe styles worth testing out first, and alternatively, those silhouettes that can be stored away so ensure you keep up your shoe game.
On that note, we tapped Hallie Spradlin, the accessories director behind trend-forecasting Mecca Fashion Snoops, to give us her expert opinion on the footwear trends to say hello (and goodbye) to. Keep scrolling for the ultimate 2020 shoe digest, complete with notes from Spradlin. Plus, shop styles that are on the must-try list.
Out: Loafer Slides
“It may be time to pack away the backless, jacquard slipper styles for now in favor of the more functional day-to-day silhouettes.”
In: Elevated Loafers
“This traditional silhouette references Americana heritage but with new design details that make it a must-have. Crocodile-embossed uppers, block heels, and chunkier soles are key elements for this new wardrobe staple.”
Out: Sock Boots
“Knit styles had their moment, but more elevated silhouettes add desired sophistication and structure.”
In: Snakeskin Booties
“It’s the It material for boots of all shapes and sizes—from structured knee-high silhouettes to ankle-boot styles alike. Crocodile-embossed is a favorite look, but python is also key in a range of warm hues.”
Out: Flip-Flops
“With the amount of slip-on options available—from kitten heels to slide mules—there are endless options in favor of flip-flops for going to the beach or even running a quick errand.”
In: Kitten-Heel Mules
“One and a half inches can do wonders in elevating a look, so consider kitten heels seasonal staples. Strappy styles are essential for spring while statement colors are the perfect addition to a tailored look.”
Out: Minimal Tennis Shoes
“All-white sneakers evolve into more retro silhouettes instead of basic white plimsolls for a more graduated level of sophisticated nostalgia.”
In: Statement Sneakers
“Whether it is in silhouette or color, statement sneakers or chunky soles, bold prints or pop colors, put the ‘fun’ in ‘function’ for comfortable footwear that doesn’t sacrifice style.”

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https://www.whowhatwear.com/best-shoe-trends-2020/slide24

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MISSGUIDED:What To Wear To An Office Christmas Party?

It’s officially party season, which means your work Christmas party is just around the corner. Figuring out the perfect outfit can be tricky. ‘How dressy is everyone going?’ ‘Can I eat a three course meal and still sit down in this dress?’ ‘Are we going to town after the party?’
Christmas party outfit ideas…
We’ve rounded up this quick guide to help you nail every Christmas party eventuality.
The Desk to Drinks Thing
If you are heading straight out to the bar, then a power suit is always the answer. Discover tailored co ord outfits that will score you serious style points at your Christmas party. Fasten the blazer or team it with a lace body suit for the a party outfit that means business.
Cocktail-Party Chic
A mini dress is always a look for your work cocktail soirée. If you’re going for some very ‘civilised’ drinks, then team up your little flirty number with a super luxe fur coat. (After all, it is the middle of British winter)
The Free Bar
If you have one of those work Christmas dos where it’s a free bar and you just know you’re going to end up a little (or a lot) worse for wear, then this is the outfit for you. Stay clear of playsuits and jumpsuits that will only end up testing your patience every time you nip to the toilet. This dress is about as extra as it gets, and pink sparkles are always a vibe.
The Black Tie Event
Got a black tie event? Congrats, someone’s doing well! Don’t dig out your old prom dress or ball gown, show them who wears the trousers (or not) with a luxe tuxedo dress. We are all about christmassy fabrics such as sequins and velvet. Add an embellished belt and strappy barely theres for the ultimate finished belt.
Your boyfriend or girlfriend has invited you to their work’s do. You need to look 🔥, whilst also looking respectable enough to gain a good with his co-workers and bosses. This is the time to break out the midi dress. They give you shape, length and also a bit of integrity in case you end up having a few too many. Clash your textures with a faux fur jacket to add more glitz and you’re good to go. It’s really that simple.

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https://blog.missguided.co.uk/fashion/christmas-party-outfits/

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TOPSHOP:7 Full Outfits For £100 Or Under You Can Buy This Black Friday

Black Friday is here! This week we’re giving you 25% off everything and there’s so much to discover: from that new pair of jeans you’ve needed for ages to the ultimate dress for party season and so much more. Not sure which pieces you want to go for? To inspire you, we styled seven looks for seven occasions with five pieces each that are now just £100 or under. You’re welcome…

  1. For the Christmas party…
    Yes, you can really get a faux fur coat, a party dress and the matching accessories for under £100! That’s your look for the Christmas party sorted.
  2. For an after-work event…
    Heading out for a team away day, evening gathering or Christmas lunch? Wear a pair of jeans and a nice top with trainers and swap for heels once you leave the office.
  3. For a shopping trip…
    That co-ord you’ve had your eye on? It’s now 25% off and you’ll even have enough money left to get a pair of boots, a beret and a crop top to match!
  4. For a date night…
    Always wanted a great tailored blazer dress? Ours are now cheaper than ever and a full outfit based around them won’t even cost you more than £100. Win win.
  5. For a cosy winter walk…
    Wrap up warm in this super cosy look and save £59.75 at the same time. It sounds too good to be true, so make sure you don’t miss out…
  6. For an on-trend everyday look…
    Because everything is 25% off, that also includes this season’s most-wanted pieces such as platform ankle boots, bodycon midi dresses and stylish mini bags…
  7. For anything…
    A great knit? Check. On-trend mules? Check. A pair of great-fitting jeans? Check. All for just £100? CHECK MATE.

Source:
https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/11/7-full-outfits-for-100-or-under-you-can-buy-this-black-friday

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H&M:H&M Design Award: Fashion for the future

WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FONDEST MEMORIES FROM PREVIOUS YEARS?
“There are so many. But seeing Richard Quinn being awarded by Queen Elizabeth II at London Fashion Week, so shortly after winning the H&M Design Award in 2017, was really special. It’s been such a trip to follow his career and see that he hasn’t compromised his aesthetic, vision and ambition along the way. The prize money he won helped him build his studio and launch his career, that’s really what this award is about.”
DO YOU HAVE A FAVORITE WINNER?
“Each collection and each designer is different and, in a way, they’re all my favorites. But the collection that felt the most personal and the most complete was Minju Kim’s from 2013.”
HOW HAVE YOUR AND THE JURY’S PERSPECTIVES CHANGED SINCE LAUNCHING H&M DESIGN AWARD? ARE OTHER SUBJECTS MORE IMPORTANT NOW THAN IN 2012?
“First and foremost we’re still looking for creativity, a unique voice, and something that really stands out. But sustainability is becoming more important, and we’ve noticed that most design students nowadays have a conscious mindset. To us, sustainability is definitely a big plus.”
IS THERE ANYTHING THAT ALL DESIGN AWARD WINNERS HAVE IN COMMON? WHAT MAKES A WINNER?
“They’ve all presented something unique and had a grand creative vision. On top of that, they’ve all been lovely people with lots of humor, energy and generosity. They’ve made me curious and unleashed a wow feeling in me and the other jurors.”
WHAT WOWS YOU?
“The unexpected! Fashion tends to become streamlined and look pretty much the same. I want to see something that makes me curious, created by someone who loves fashion and the changeability of it.”
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE MORE OF?
“Great sustainable collections. Also, something that’s more lo-fi and cozy rather than expressive. I think Peter Do and Bode are really interesting upcoming labels that represent something new.”
COMPETITION IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY IS TOUGH. WHAT ARE YOUR BEST TIPS TO YOUNG DESIGNERS WANTING TO MAKE IT IN THE BUSINESS?
“If you have a strong vision and a clear goal — stick to it. Take advice, listen to peers and find mentors, but always benchmark the opinions of others against your own creative vision and gut feeling. If you’re just getting started in the industry, know that you don’t have to rush and that it’s okay to be patient. In the end, all experiences are good experiences. Remember to be friendly along the way.”

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https://www2.hm.com/en_us/life/culture/inside-h-m/h-m-design-award-fashion-for-the-future.html

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H&M:Johanna Ortiz x H&M: Timeless Maximalism

If you don’t know that Johanna Ortiz hails from the birthplace of salsa, her energetic designs will give you some immediate pointers. Dramatic, luscious, extravagant — Johanna Ortiz’s dresses are the kind of pieces you’ll want to throw on and start dancing in. They tap their own beat, and demand the wearer does the same.
It’s not only fashion lovers who feel the rhythm of Ortiz’s collections. There’s an irresistible sense of joy and power at the heart of the Colombian designer’s work that has the world’s most powerful women smitten. Michelle Obama opted for Johanna Ortiz during her book tour, at parties, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Alexa Chung and Jessica Biel count Ortiz’s designs as must-haves. Olivia Palermo wears Ortiz to set her style agenda, and when it came to serving a major look at Jennifer Lawrence’s wedding, it was Johanna Ortiz that Sienna Miller favored.
Such fandom isn’t surprising. Ortiz’s designs capture the maximalism of the moment, drawing on a heady mix of volume, pattern and color to create frilled-filled statement pieces that keep a relaxed spirit at their heart. Inclusivity is also key for Ortiz, creating designs that anyone can wear. Her vision for fashion is playful, luxurious and accessible; designs that any woman can wear.
Honing her craft at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Ortiz returned to Colombia to launch her own brand. Starting out with swimwear and building to full collections, the designer broke into the mainstream in 2014 when she showed at Colombia’s prestigious fashion weeks in Medellin and Bogota. Her work was quickly picked up by major retailers in the US, and Ortiz went global. Yet her designs continue to draw inspiration from — and give back to — Colombia. Not only does she bring the rich and inspirational landscape to the heart of her work, but also through the brand’s educational program for local women.
Ahead of the limited pre-drop of her collaboration with H&M, Johanna Ortiz talks to us about Latin culture, finding inspiration in the everyday and the importance of fun in fashion.
YOUR DESIGNS ARE VERY EXPRESSIVE. DID YOU GROW UP WITH STRONG ROLE MODELS WHO INSPIRED YOUR CONFIDENT AND COMMANDING APPROACH?
“One of my closest role models is my mother. My mother was an interior designer, and the textiles that I grew up with and saw in my house formed a strong part of my inspiration. But actually a lot of my inspiration also comes from seeing how the women dressed around me when I was growing up. Seeing all of the colors, seeing the multicultural style. Where I’m from there’s such a multicultural union. Admiring how the women dress, and the elegance that they have for any type of everyday activity. They were always really conscious of how they looked and how they were dressed. A nice, flirty, feminine and elegant way of dressing. And it was all these women who made me think, ‘that’s who I would like to dress.’”
DID YOU ALWAYS HAVE THIS CLEAR VISION OF HOW YOU WERE GOING TO DESIGN FOR WOMEN?
“It was kind of easy for me as a woman designing for women. I’m always trying on the things that I’m making to see if they’re comfortable and see if they’re flattering to all types of bodies. Every body is different, so I make sure that I’m not only designing things for me, but for six or seven different bodies. I don’t design anything I wouldn’t wear, so the designs come from my DNA, they’re a part of it.”
YOU HAVE A VERY POWERFUL FAN BASE! HOW DOES IT FEEL TO SEE YOUR DESIGNS ON SUCH INFLUENTIAL WOMEN?
“With Michelle Obama, that was one of those moments…. Seeing a woman I admire so much wearing one of our pieces was impressive. But I see many other women in the world wearing Johanna Ortiz, it has been an amazing way to see how women are responding to what I’m designing.”
THIS COLLABORATION WITH H&M WILL BRING YOUR DESIGNS TO AN EVEN WIDER AUDIENCE, WHAT ARE YOU MOST EXCITED ABOUT?
“I’m most excited about the fact that I’m taking a bit of my design and a bit of Colombia and reaching a new audience of women. I think that’s really satisfying. We tried to make the designs in the image of what I have liked most in my collections, and not only the prints, but also the silhouettes. I love dresses, I love floral dresses worn without shoes and I want people to really enjoy the way they feel in my designs.”
WHAT WERE YOUR INFLUENCES FOR THIS COLLECTION?
“I started looking at color palettes, that’s how I always start, with color. Then I went to the archive of my favorite designs and I wanted to share them. I think it’s a collection that has a little bit of everything for everyone! I really enjoy it.”
HOW DO COLORS SET THE MOOD OF YOUR COLLECTIONS?
“It’s a cliché, but colors always come to me from what I see in nature. I’m always taking pictures, even if I’m dropping off my kids at school, there’s always something to find inspiration from, even in a tiny flower. Colors are my passion. I always work from them. I need to have a color palette that forms the root of my collections.”
THINKING ABOUT THE POWER OF COLOR AND THE IDEA OF SELF-EXPRESSION, DO YOU THINK THERE’S ROOM FOR EXTRAVAGANT DRESSING IN EVERYDAY LIFE?
“I don’t want my designs to only be for going to a wedding or a garden party, they can be worn to a bar or for hosting a dinner at home too — I want these designs to be a part of your wardrobe. Wear them with flats and no makeup. It works. It’s just embracing being feminine. I try to make collections really comfortable, designs that you can wear every day — but you can wear them with big earrings or whatever and go out in them too.”
SO THERE’S STILL SPACE FOR FUN IN FASHION?
“It has to be fun! It’s part of it.”
An exclusive “pre-drop” of four dress styles will be released in selected stores and at hm.com on December 3; the main collection will be available in March 2020.

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https://www2.hm.com/en_us/life/culture/inside-h-m/johanna-ortiz-x-h-m-designer-collaboration-2020.html

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TOPSHOP:3 Ways To Style Christmas Jumpers That Will Actually Make Them Look Cool

Christmas Jumper Day 2019 is less than a month away (it happens on 13th December), so we think a festive knit needs to be the next addition to your winter wardrobe. This might make some of us jump for joy but, for many of us, styling a kitsch novelty knit and actually looking cool in it seems like quite the challenge. Luckily – believe it or not – the days of gaudy, ugly Christmas jumpers are long gone and a new wave of knitwear is here. We picked three of our new-in seasonal jumpers and styled them for any sartorial dilemma this festive period…

  1. If you want to stay on trend…
    Yes, it’s socially acceptable to wear a full-on sequin skirt with your Christmas knit this year. In fact, it’s actually really cool. We’ve completed this unique combination with a pair of chunky boots and a biker jacket to tone it down and give it an extra edge. If that’s not your thing, a sparkly bag and statement heels will work too. It’s Christmas after all!
  2. If you were forced to wear a Christmas jumper…
    You may be confused at the lack of Christmas jumpers featured in this outfit – but if you look really closely you’ll find a ‘Dear Santa’ embroidery on the black knit. If you ask us, that totally counts and it should be enough to satisfy that Christmas jumper dresscode. A red faux fur coat and a beret give extra festive points, so you won’t seem like a total scrooge but will still look cooler than everyone else.
  3. If you want to wear a Christmas jumper to the office party…
    If the office Christmas party is coming up and you really want to go all out, you can even get your festive knit all dressed up for the dance-floor. Simply add some faux leather shorts, a pair of platform heels and an extra sparkly bag. A red fluffy jacket will keep you warm in the queue to the party, and also give off ultimate Mrs. Claus vibes. But cooler.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/11/3-ways-to-style-christmas-jumpers-that-will-actually-make-them-look-cool

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TOPSHOP:5 Outfits That Prove You Don’t Have To Wear Heels To A Party

Wearing heels to a party seems to have been an unwritten sartorial rule for as long as we can remember, leading to long nights looking for a place to sit down and the inevitable barefoot walk home. If that doesn’t sound like your idea of a great night out, you’re in luck: we styled five different outfits that prove you can also put your best foot forward in a pair of flats this party season. Keep scrolling to discover how to wear your trainers with a suit and boots with mini dresses, so you can look effortlessly cool and kill it on the dancefloor (without killing your feet)…

  1. Suit and trainers
    A velvet suit will definitely make a statement at any event this party season, so you won’t have to worry about it being too casual when paired with some crisp white trainers. We love the look of a blazer buttoned up with nothing worn underneath but you can always add a white crop top just to be on the safe side.
  2. Sequin skirts and Western boots
    Nothing says party girl quite like a fully sequinned mini skirt. We’ve given it that model-off-duty vibe with a white T-shirt and some Western-style boots. Add a leather jacket for extra cool girl points and some glitzy jewellery if that’s not enough sparkle for you yet.
  3. Organza and snakeskin
    Mark our words: organza is going to be everywhere this party season. Keep your look bang on-trend with this long sleeve top paired with some leather flares and a mini bag. Complete the outfit with a pair of snakeskin flats for some added glam minus the pain of strappy stilettos.
  4. Mini dresses and chunky boots
    The easiest way to make flats work for a party is pairing them with your favourite mini dress. We went for a corset-style number worn with tights, chunky boots and a faux fur jacket. Some simple silver hoops are all we’re adding on the jewellery front but a fluffy bag will keep the look totally party-appropriate.
  5. Jeans and teeny tiny heels
    So perhaps we’re slightly cheating here but these pair of kitten mules have such a small heel we’re sure you’ll stay pain free all night! We’ve kept the rest of the look simple with just a touch of glam in form of some gold jewellery and a mini faux fur jacket.

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https://www.topshop.com/blog/2019/11/5-outfits-that-prove-you-dont-have-to-wear-heels-to-a-party

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