Anniversary Party – What to Wear

What do you wear to host a dinner party?  Here are some of my rules for Party Dressing 101…

Tulle Skirt1. Be comfortable – Now I’m not the queen of comfort… I will wear 5 inch heels to work if it makes my outfit look better, but when you are hosting event, you want to be focused on your guests and everything running smoothly… not futzing with your outfit.  I threw on my favorite tee and some sandals to make sure I could be on “party duty.”

J.Crew Necklace2. Accessorize! Not too much, but a sparkley necklace, or fun earrings make for a festive touch (just make sure nothing will hinder your ability to serve and help out – ie. a really long necklace).  Also don’t forget to clean your jewelry before the event!

30th Anniversary Party 3023. Wear something fun! I went a little obvious, but nothing gets everyone (including myself) in a fun mood like a tulle skirt (ok it’s basically a tutu)! But whether it’s your favorite charm bracelet, a flower in your hair or some fun nail polish, everyone loves a good conversation starter!

Tory Burch Sandals4. Comfortable footwear is a must! Make sure to take in consideration the location (ie. lawn, sand, cement, etc.) and plan your footwear accordingly!

30th Anniversary Party 306J.Crew Necklace, Old Navy Tee, Anthropologie Skirt, Tory Burch Sandals 

Make sure to set some time aside to get ready during the day… a party will always get off on the right foot when you’re feeling your best!

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  1. […] around easily in case a 2nd (or 3rd, or 4th) pair of hands are needed in the kitchen – I wore this skirt last year and I’m lucky my family didn’t kill me after taking up 25% of any given […]

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