The chicken’s roasting, the cheese board’s out, and the bar cart’s fully stocked. But now what to wear?!
As the hostess of a dinner party, your attire comes with a few caveats. Between checking on the chicken and replenishing cocktails, your outfit not only has to look good, it needs to be functional. Here are three simple tips most people forget, ensuring your job is easy and looking fabulous!
Yes, heels look great. But help your guests feel relaxed by going barefoot! When running back and forth from the kitchen to the dining room, your feet will thank you.
A Flowy, Bold Dress:
A dress adds a sense of occasion. A bold print sets the tone for a playful evening! A flowy fabric allows you to float from guest to guest and mingle in style. Plus you eliminate the stress of putting together an entire outfit when you’re whipping up that new recipe!
Wear Simple Jewelry:
Stay away from rings and bracelets you have to take off every time you wash your hands. A long, dangly necklace can get in the food or snagged on chairs.
So my biggest tip? Go subtle with beautiful hoop earrings! They’re just big enough to make a statement but practical too. I have a few pairs I especially love right now. This pair feels incredibly vintage and of course, diamonds are always a girls best friend.
I feel like hoops are partly laid-back but oh so polished – the best of both worlds! Not to mention they go with your jeans and tees too. If you’re in the market for a pair, JTV has a beautiful selection. The possibilities are endless and there’s something for everyone. I’ve mentioned this before, but purchasing jewelry from the experts is the best way to get quality pieces and a bigger bang for your buck
I truly love hosting and feeling put together (but comfortable!) is all part of the fun! What are your favorite hostessing tips? Whipping up anything tasty tonight?
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