Party Wear with Free People
Free People party wear
Hello you lot! I hope you have had the best week and that you have some class weekend plans ahead. Today I’ve teamed up with Free People to share with you two of my favourite party looks. Whether thats what to wear to drinks straight from the office or choosing something to wear for your main out-out Christmas do. I can’t believe this time of year has arrived, I feel like it’s crept up on me! But truth be told, I couldn’t be more excited about it.
This time of year allows us to get a little bit fancy with our outfit choices, and if like me, you’re usually more of a tomboy, then I always find it’s the perfect time to throw caution to the wind and add something a bit more special to my wardrobe.
I always find that Free People have something for everyone; the long silky dress, or knitwear and a silk skirt, heels or flats, they’ve got you covered no matter what your style is.
The first look is something that I would wear straight from the office to drinks. The knitwear is really relaxed whilst the low cut of the knit make it feel a little more ‘night time’. The silk skirt does the rest to dress you up. I love this look so much; the cut of the silky skirt is perfect and so is the placement if the side split. This skirt also has an elasticated wait so doesn’t dig in- which also allows for food!
This next look is one of those fancy pants out-out looks that I mentioned earlier. I prefer a slimmer silhouette when it comes to dressing up, something that makes me feel good and makes me feel proud of my body. Lace is always such a great option for an evening out, especially in black to keep it chic and I love this top. Just make sure you pair your bra properly! a contrasting lace or solid one will work well underneath. I love this silk skirt so much, it’s high waisted and such a great length.
You can shop both looks below:
Look 1- drinks after the office
Look 2- out-out Christmas do
Thank you so much for reading. I hope this inspires your wardrobe this party season. xx
Blog post written in collaboration with Free People. All styling and views my own.