The world of fashion is an exciting one, to say the least. A world of gorgeous models ready to strike a pose at any time, photographers, cutting edge clothes, catwalks, freebies, celebrities and those creative masterpieces that everyone will be wearing in six months to a year from now. Yes, fashion is fabulously exciting.
For those who live and breathe the world of fashion, attending a fashion show is probably very high on your list. And while many are becoming more accessible thanks to technology, being at one yourself is a whole different experience. And, if you are lucky enough to get the chance to attend one, the obvious advice is do, but, you’re probably wondering what to wear.
Do you go high-fashion? Do you go edgy? What jewellery do you wear? Do you wear any at all? All of this can be confusing, which is why we’ve listed what you need to know when it comes to dressing for your first fashion show below.
Comfort and casual
The most important thing to remember about a fashion show is that you’ll mostly be sitting and watching. Therefore, it’s important to make sure you’re comfortable, and the best way to do this is to keep your look casual. While we don’t mean throw on your tracksuit, just think about everyone you see there – you don’t see people looking like they’re attending the MET Gala off the catwalk. So, maybe opt for simple jeans or trousers and a plain top with a jacket, nice boots or shoes for the ultimate casual style, with a few simple accessories too.
Speaking of your accessories, these are the ideal way to help brighten up any outfit while also making a simple statement. Simple yet stylish accessories are always the way to go – after all, if they’re too big they’ll distract from the outfit. From a nice gold or silver ring to a cute pair of dangly or stud earrings and maybe even a statement necklace, these are the way to go to help liven up a casual outfit. Make sure you only do one or two, as too many will overpower your look.
Whatever the weather
Make sure you check out the location of the show. As we know, designers can be a little quirky and want this to be reflected in their location choices as well as their clothing creations. Because of this, you may find yourself sitting in a huge warehouse, or even outdoors, which, as we know as Brits can be very, very cold, it may even rain. Of course, the time of year will also affect this. So, be sure to consider all of this before planning your outfit as it may be the difference between wearing a shirt and blazer or wearing a jumper and a coat.
And there you have it, a few quick and simple tips to ensure you’re prepared for your first fashion show when the time rolls around.