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Style Advisor: What To Wear To A Party

Style Advisor: What To Wear To A Party

The festive season is almost upon us. The invites are hitting your inbox and your calendar’s filling up – but is your wardrobe ready to party? From your (reluctantly) dancing feet to your perfectly turned collar, we’ve got event dressing covered – here’s what to wear to a party.

Photograph of a male model wearing a Gucci Velvet Blazer, Gucci Snake Embroidered polo, Neil Barrett trousers, and Gucci Jordan Loafers

GUEST LIST STYLE

Step behind the velvet rope in a velvet blazer this party season. Nothing says ‘festive’ like the sheen of a velvety lapel and a pair of polished Gucci loafers. That’s why you’re always top of the guest list, after all.

THE NEW DRESS CODE

What dress code? Be your own man and flout the accepted rules of style by teaming luxe streetwear staples with your formal attire. Your favourite Givenchy shirt has been crying out for a Gucci dancing partner to take to the floor with.

Photograph of a model wearing Givenchy embroidered star shirt, Gucci fake logo bum bag, Gucci rib formal trousers
Photograph of a male model wearing a Vivienne Westwood Checked Suit, with a Kenzo t shirt, and Giuseppe Zanotti Patent May Trainers, standing with another model wearing Vivienne Westwood checked trousers, Palm Angels logo long sleeve t shirt, and Neil Barrett jacket

CHECK YOURSELF

As the old adage goes: no man in tailored check ever looked under-dressed. Step up to the season’s trend for relaxed tailoring and team your blazers with Tees and trainers. It’s six o’clock somewhere . . .

LAST MAN STANDING

Be the life and soul of the party in a very sophisticated but slightly nonchalant turtle neck and chino combination. The careful consideration of colour teamed with a pair of techy sports-inspired trainers will have you kicking it ‘til dawn.

Model wears a Lanvin hi neck knitted jumper, Marni relax chino, and Valentino bounce paint trainers