What To Wear To a Conference, Wedding, Red Carpet, Concert etc ft. Seat4events

What To Wear To a Conference, Wedding, Red Carpet, Concert etc ft. Seat4events

‏Hi lovely,

welcome to this space. Seasons will come and go but somethings will remain a constant…one being the fact there will be events we would have to physically show up to.

Powered by Seat4events (the Best Event Seat Mapping & Ticketing Platform), I will be sharing some style inspiration to cover all your outing needs.

The looks below have been tailored to exude various effects and moods. From colours chosen to accessories used, this should serve as a  great guide no matter your personal style.

attending a Conference


Subtlety and comfort are the watchwords for this ensemble. One can – weather dependent – lose the cardigan or tights.

being a Wedding guest


the classic lady in red is a beautiful way to grace a wedding. If this is too loud for you, go for the same cut-out effect but in black as one can never go wrong in an LBD (Little Black Dress).

red midi cut-out dress

that Concert & Gig with friends


Jacket if outdoors and not quite warm in weather. Although a bit edgy with the shoes and jacket style, casual and comfort are what we are aiming for.

strutting the red carpet at  Premiere Event

premier/red carpet

a bold statement to ensure you get the paparazzi scrawling for a photo of you. Even if you do not want a dramatic look like this one, inculcating monotoned  pieces makes styling a breeze.

embellished pink dress and extreme high mules

a Christmas/New Years Eve Party

christmas/nye party

Another great option will be a straight skirt with high slits (front preferably), a velvet trouser suit or the good ol mini shimmery dress. I opted for this look as I feel it will be more versatile to don.

Thanks for your time on here. Inhope this waa useful.
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See you on the next blogpost.




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