Fashion 10 December, 2020
We’re looking at partywear from a slightly different perspective this year: faced with end-of-year festivities that for many will take place via our now very-familiar screens, our usual go-tos might not make that much sense.
But we’re always up for a style challenge, so in 2020, partywear is all about smartening up with a new artillery of tips and tricks. The collar is the new area of focus, so ensure it’s a jazzy one with crystal embellishment or bright power prints. Statement jewellery is also a no-brainer — high-impact necklaces and earrings will never let you down (they’ll also be a good little pick-me-up as we navigate the wintery start to 2021).
And the best news of all? All this party up top means full-on relaxation everywhere else. The drawstring is your new best friend — best attached to any kind of comfy knitted trouser — and when it comes to footwear, quirky-yet-cosy slippers might just become the MVP of this very unique take on partywear.
Wool and Silk Embroidered Dress, £2,410 Prada
Poplin Shirt, £1,210 Prada
Horseferry Print Cotton Jogging Pants, £450 Burberry
Crystal Necklace, £1,550 Gucci
Ken Scott Print Long Sleeve Dress, £2,400 Gucci
Aliette Flat, £550 Jimmy Choo
Mercy Earrings, £275 Georg Jensen
Ken Scott Print Velvet Jacket, £2,200 Gucci
Relaxed Drawstring Pants, £500 Salvatore Ferragamo
Tapestry Monogram Sweatshirt, £995 Louis Vuitton
Stretch Cotton Shirt, £640 Prada
Princetown Leather Slipper, £770 Gucci