Why You Need A Dress For Every Occasion
Stock your wardrobe high and wide with a dress for every type of formal event. You’ll never be worried about a dress code again.
Does your wardrobe have a different dress for every occasion? If not, then you’ll probably recognise that familiar feeling of panic when you receive an invitation to an event which you don’t have the perfect outfit for. Make sure you’re covered for every eventuality and dress code by stocking up on these essential modest dresses for your next glam occasion.
Cocktail dresses are fun and the perfect way to express yourself. You can choose a slightly shorter dress than the usual formal evening dress attire or if you prefer, then a frilly number works well too. Check out the Basma dress from Karim London which effortlessly incorporates beautiful frills in a chic floor-length gown. As it comes in a delicate floral tone, you can wear it to your next cocktail party with just about any accessories you fancy.
You’ll know if an event is a black tie because it’s normally announced in bold font on your invitation. It may be a little daunting to know that you’re dressing up to the nines, but with a dress like the Lina gown in your collection, you’ll be entirely prepared for your next event. The Lina is a black floor-length gown with flowing fabric draped from the shoulders, making it absolutely spot-on for your next formal event. Featuring jewelled cuffs and a figure-hugging cut it simply oozes sophistication.
A step up from the black tie event, if you’re lucky enough to be invited to a white tie formal occasion then you know you’ll need an absolute showstopper of an outfit. That’s where the Nabila dress from Karim London comes in. This vintage style of dress comes with a cute cape featuring tiny pink pearls for added glitz. The gown is both sumptuous and alluring so you can go light on the accessories with this style of a statement dress.
Whether you’re a member of a country club or have been invited to a party or a fundraiser at one, there is often a strict dress code in place at this type of members-only event. A simple, summery gown such as the Sana dress looks divine and can be kept country casual with a light linen jacket and mules. The soft fishtail in the skirt will give you a lovely flowing shape as you sashay your way across the venue.
When wedding season hits, you’ll want to know that you have the perfect dress in your collection. First up, make sure you avoid wearing white or any other colour that you happen to know is in the palette for the day. If you can find out what colour the bridal party are wearing, then avoid this shade too. So long as it ticks the above checklist, emerald green is a stunning colour for a wedding guest to wear and suits plenty of tones including redheads. Check out the Raana gown which is both regal and sultry with full-length sleeves and sparkling gems throughout the garment.
Stock up on your favourite type of dresses for each of the events above and you’ll always look the belle of the ball.
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