7 Ready-Made Influencer Party Outfits to Copy This Year
It might have something to do with the fact that we're officially a month away from December (terrifying), but suddenly we're feeling incredibly excited about the impending festive season. Over the last few weeks, we've scoured the high street to find the best affordable dresses, unpacked those tricky dress codes and addressed your work party dilemmas to make sure you have everything you need for a stress-free shopping experience.
If you're at a loss for where to begin, we'd recommend a good dose of sartorial inspiration, and who better to deliver this than our favourite fashion influencers? No strangers to a good party look, this stylish bunch have glamour in droves, yet each individual brings something different to the table. From feather-trimmed suits and patent trousers to gilded gowns and leopard-print minis, we've got all the bases covered. Scroll down to discover seven ready-made influencer party outfits to copy this November.
Style Notes: Everyone loves a good nice top–and-jeans outfit; however, this look takes it to the next level with Saint Laurent's high-shine patent trousers and Hillier Bartley's asymmetric scarf-detail blouse.
Style Notes: Want an easy way to stand out from the crowd? Forgo a party dress and instead opt for a suit with a dramatic feather trim.
Prada Feather-Trimmed Crinkled Silk-Chiffon Straight-Leg Pants (£1700)
Style Notes: Long-sleeve midis still have plenty of mileage in the party dressing stakes this season. For a dance floor–ready ensemble, accessorize a rust-colored gown with snakeskin boots and statement specs.
Style Notes: Subvert a gilded midi dress with an oversize blazer and stompy boots. Very Killing Eve (in a good way).
Style Notes: A luxe twist on the classic lounge suit comes courtesy of Topshop's forest-green two-piece. Accessorize with a pair of statement earrings and heeled sandals.
Style Notes: Nineties slip dresses are everywhere this season, and they're coming in a range of finishes and colorways. This outfit is proof that the trend will look just as cool with "dad" trainers as it will with spangled stilettos.
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This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.