How to Pick the Perfect Outfit for a Night Out

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So, you're going out on the town with friends, and you naturally want to look your best. But what should you wear? Pick the perfect outfit for a night out by following these essential steps.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Trendy tops
  • Jeans
  • Jackets and blazers
  • Skirt or dress
  • Sneakers, heels or flip flops

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Instructions

    The Perfect Outfit for a Night Out

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    Coordinate your outfit with the night's activity. If you're going dancing or to a club, dress up and look your best. Ladies, put on a cute minidress and heels. Guys, put on your nicest pair of jeans, a trendy shirt and a fitted blazer. If you're going to the movies, you can pick a more casual outfit like a denim skirt with flip flops, or the simple jeans and T-shirt combo.

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    Dare to stand out. A fun night out is the perfect occasion for dressing up in a unique outfit. As long as you don't mind standing out in a crowd, you can pick an outfit with bold colours or strong accessories like embellished shoes or a quirky hat.

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    Dress according to the weather. Even if you want to wear that new skirt or pair of shorts you just bought, it won't be appropriate if it's cold or rainy weather. Always check the local forecast before putting your outfit together.

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    Pick something you are comfortable wearing. This will ensure that you won't spend the night tugging at your clothes and fidgeting around as you struggle to adjust your outfit.

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    Dress to be part of the group. If everyone in your group is dressed up and you arrive wearing a hoodie and sweats, you're going to feel out of place, and the whole night may be ruined for you. Before you settle on an outfit, talk to your friends to get an idea of what they're wearing and pick your outfit accordingly.

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