What To Wear To A Themed Gala Dinner 如何為主題歡慶晚宴打扮 is simply about decoding the fashion of many fancy party themes this seasons. Themes are seriously fun and need not be too complicated, especially today when you us delivering a step by step guide to the best basic style winning formulas.
We heard through a bird that one gala dinner around town will have a “woodstock” theme. Woodstock was a art and music festival, held over three days on a dairy farm on August, 1969- original version of coachella. It was a time when men wore heels (prince still does), when men rocked earrings with no shame, where nudity was openly accepted as normal (urr because it actually is) and unisex was the operative word for an entire generation. All the lines society knows and lives within today where blurred.
We will use this theme as example for the tips we share today, ultimately the ground rules to deciphering a themed dinner or party are documented right HERE and HERE.
One super important tip we always recommend (ok we feel like a broken record on this one actually, but) is for you to understand exactly what the theme is about if it sounds new or you are unsure. Do your own research then come to our blog for visual inspiration to set you in the right direction! Let’s go Almost woodstock or woodstock barely there….
When we think hippie, automatically you will think; long, flowy, bright, floral, psychedelic, rainbow etc. You are off to a great start, make sure that you do not confuse hippy style with Grecian style. You can go either way with a dress, formal or fun, how you accessorize makes the difference.
Not everything needs to be long, Miss twiggy style dresses are actually appropriate as well, there are very 60’s versions and then modern takes. All up to you.
Opting for a wide leg jumpsuit for a woodstock theme would be an excellent idea. Back then, bell bottoms were unisex!
Other important questions to ask yourself if you are unsure: What comes to mind when you think of Woodstock? Who do you associate with Woodstock? What time does your soiree start?