What to Wear To a Bachelorette Party
I guarantee that if you're a lady in your twenties and thirties you'll get invited to at least one bachelorette party in your lifetime. When I was growing up everything I knew about these parties came from commercials: a group of girls in little black dresses, laughing, and running around town. It seemed so simple: throw on your LBD and hit the town. Now bachelorette parties come in all shapes in sizes: brunches and dive bars, Atlantic City and beach weekends, dancing the night away in the city and getting pampered at the spa. The parties may all be different and unique to give the bride her "last fling before the ring" but getting yourself together and looking fabulous is so easy.
Simple in black: Okay maybe those bachelorette party commercials of my childhood were right: the little black dress rocks this kind of thing. From a club to a simple night on the town, nobody looks overdressed or under dressed in a little black dress. That dress from Lulu's is a dream and so easy to make cute with a few metallic accessories. Every single piece of this outfit is probably in your closet already and ready to be thrown into your bag for a fun night with the girls.
Laid back ladies night: The bride who just wants to have a relaxing night on the town with her girls is my kind of lady (and what I'm hoping to do for my own bachelorette night). I like getting dressed up as much as the next girl but sometimes it's so much easier to throw on a pair of jeans. A t-shirt, jeans, and booties combo works for just about everybody and it will work from day to night.
All the summer girls: My own bachelorette party will be this summer and I am counting down the days to sundresses, bright colors, and a tan. I need some sun on this pale skin! I think this might be my favorite outfit just because it's so tropical and screams party to me. Of course, this won't be appropriate for the bachelorette party I have this weekend but a girl can dream, right?