Victoria Beckham's top tips for party dressing
When it comes to party season, we all have our own personal dos and don'ts, yays and nays and rules and regulations of what to do fashion wise come the festive celebration season. Party season throws up anything from a work night out, family gathering or a casual collection of friends, and as much as we have our own guidelines, who better to look to for a few pointers than regular party goer, Victoria Beckham?
The super successful fashion designer has teamed up with Net a Porter to share her top five tips with us all for party season, check them out below...
CHOOSE A SIMPLE DAY LOOK THAT CAN BE DRESSED UP FOR EVENINGS
"If you're going from the office straight to a function, switch up your look with a small clutch, a beautiful gold cuff and a pair of heels. That's when I love the ease of my Victoria, Victoria Beckham dresses most - they offer simple silhouettes that you can dress up or down."
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A STRIKING BAG
"For evening these should be small and carried as a clutch, but large enough for a lip gloss and phone. Go for one of two styles: the slim-line zip pouch or the more structured hexagonal chain bag. I love a flash of chic rose-gold hardware."
WEAR SHOW-STOPPING PARTY HEELS
"I never tire of a chic pointed pump. They make every outfit look great and also enhance the leg. They're perfect because of how comfortable they are."
IT'S BETTER TO BE UNDER-DRESSED THAN OVER
"If I'm not sure what the dress code is, I opt to be a little more casual. It's easier to be underdressed and then carry yourself with confidence. During the colder months, I team evening dresses with my military-inspired structured coats thrown over the shoulders."
SOMETIMES IT'S GREAT TO GO FOR ALL-OUT GLAMOUR
"For a formal function, I often wear one of my signature dresses as they're appropriate for black tie. I feel confident as they look good from every angle - always an important factor for evening events. I pair with my favorite heels, great hair and makeup, and, of course, one of my bags."