If you have one or more holiday cocktail parties on your calendar, how
do you get the look right? With
Lending Luxury, you don’t have to worry about repeating dresses or skimping on
the look you want, since our affordable dress rental service puts an enormous
selection of cocktail dresses at your fingertips. As you pull together
your holiday party attire,
keep these tips in mind.
Know the Lingo
If your party invitation says cocktail attire, you may be scratching your
head, trying to understand what that means. Even seasoned fashionistas
often struggle to understand what cocktail attire means, since people
often define it in different ways. If you’re going to a cocktail
party, know that it doesn’t mean jeans and a t-shirt or your everyday
work skirt, but it is also less dramatic than dressing for a formal gala.
For a cocktail party, skew your dress to the situation and environment.
For instance, you may choose a dress that is more conservative for your
office holiday cocktail party than you would for your best friend’s soiree.
Simplicity can hit the right note for holiday cocktail parties. Choose
a dress that isn’t extremely short or long, and focus on understated
elegance. This look can be dressed up or down to suit nearly any party
host’s definition of cocktail attire. Accessorize to turn your style
up a notch on your classic, simple cocktail dress.
Play with Color
The LBD is an obvious choice for cocktail dresses, and while you can hardly
go wrong with black, play with color during the festive season. Metallic
colors are great for holiday cocktail parties, and siren red or jewel-toned
greens can also look perfect. If your dream dress is black, add some seasonal
touches with your accessories.
Picture your dream holiday cocktail dress and then find it on the Lending
Luxury website. We offer couture dress rental for a range of occasions,
from cocktail dresses to formal dresses in Tampa, FL.
Visit our website to get your dress shipped anywhere in the country, or stop by our store
to browse our selection. Find out more by calling (800) 403-9848.