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Summer Party – 4 Looks for Hot Summer Nights

Pattern mix, floral prints, stripes or sexy cut outs… here you’ll find the right thing for every occasion.

This summer it’s gonna be real hot. Not only during the day, also at night – it’s the moment of great summer parties, whether at a rooftop bar or above the city roofs, in the park, under shady trees or at a cool store event. We’ll show you four looks for hot summer nights.

Pattern Mix

No guts, no glory! Just few women dare to wear the pattern mix. But this summer, more is more! Essentially important is to stay in the same colour family – to not look like a clown. The trick: combine a smaller pattern with a bigger one. And that’s the simple art of mixing patterns. Simple accessories round off the look perfectly. One thing is for sure: on the next summer party you’ll be the number one styling queen!

Print

Floral prints receive an update this summer. In addition to printed flowers, leaves, abstract drawings and – above all – cactuses are on the rise. Thus, our traditional flower dress stays in the closet at the next rooftop party and we’ll opt for extensive prints instead, like shown on the dress by Sportmax or, as an alternative, on the one by Marina Rinaldi. The hair band by Mango provides that little extra something…

Stripes

Bonjour, mon amour. Striped looks have always had this typical French touch. Anyone who still claims that stripes make you look bigger, is wrong. Stretch dresses, like the one by New Look, highlight your curves to best advantage. A perfect match with the look “à la française“ are red accessories. If you like it extravagant, white shades ideally complement the huge sun hat. Et voilà… ready for the next “soirée” in Paris.

 

Cut Out

Formfitting dresses with cut outs are the première league of evening looks. They sparkle, full of sex appeal laced with sufficient self-esteem, of course. Too much for you? Then choose a simpler version and combine it with beautiful cut out accessories. And don’t you worry: even these tight dresses won’t refrain you from dancing the night away.
   

 

English Translation: Danielle De Bie