Dress Codes 1-0-1

12:00 AM Roberta W. P. F 0 Comments

Prom season is just around the corner, and by the time invitations arrive everbody is already wondering what to wear and what the dress code means. Apart from this season it is EXTREMELY important to understand it, let's say you’re invited to a gala, cocktail or a fundraiser… and the dress code is spelled right out for you . How do you actually translate it into something you can put on your body?
Dress codes can be difficult to deceiver at times that lead you to ask unecessary akward questions which can lead to a wrong answear as most people have the same doubt as you.
That got me thinking that to star my posts about prom... I need to start with the basics.
So this is it. Below you'll find a infographic I found online (via mannixmarketing) with the most common dress codes, what they mean and a few ideas on what to wear for men and woman....!
Prepare to be the best dressed person in 3..2..1..
The only thing I would add... Is that perfume and a little mascara should be mandatory!
Boys... we like when you smell good... so the first one applies for you too!
Between Semi-formal and black tie I would say there is Cocktail. A Little bit more reveiling dress with sequins or striking details and black or velvet suits for men.
The last important dress code would be White tie as well. La creme de la creme.
It is the most formal evening dress code,  worn to ceremonial occasions such as state dinners in some countries, as well as to very formal balls and evening weddings. The chief components for men are the black evening tailcoat,
 white bow tie, waistcoat and wing collar shirt.
Women wear a suitable dress for the occasion, such as a ball gown.
 The equivalent formal attire for daytime events is called morning dress and let's you wear a nice pamela hat and luxurious jewelry.
Hopefully we are now experts on the matter and can start digging on what to wear each time without mistakes.
Xoxo, Roberta W.P.F

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