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How To Dress For Black Tie Events Around the World

Having a party ready closet, is essential for luxurious events. What you wear says everything about you, from personality to lifestyle. Around the world women search for the perfect dresses to attend the world's most luxurious events, think Monaco Grand Prix, the Royal Regatta. As a style expert I put together some of my tips and trends to keep up with to look your best at these events.

Having been to Monaco it is all about wearing finer designer pieces but in an effortless way. For an event like the Grand Prix which is somewhat relaxed a silky white romper or a-line skirt will look lovely. A flowy summer dress is a nice option if fitted just right. If yachting wear light layers over a swimsuit and embellished flat sandals.

An event like The Henley Royal Regatta, which takes place in the Summer and is a well know British event there are a few stylish ways to dress. Since it is a day to sip champagne, and watch teams race down the river, women should wear a statement fascinator hat to accessorize a summery midi length dress.

If you happen to receive an invite to a Gala or glitzy occasion it usually means black tie. Play dress up in an elegant long gown think glamour. A floor length gown is classic and proper etiquette. For a modern look a calf length dress in an extravagant material like dutch satin will do. Look for embellishments and fine details. Keep the accessories simple. Always wear heels and avoid chunky styles. Refinement is key.

For international film festivals Keep in mind, currently, beautiful hues of blush and white in monochromatic looks. Perhaps a stunning white pant suit. As long as it is tailor perfectly it will look amazing. For style that's a bit more sultry try a fitted bodycon pencil skirt. Style the piece with a lace trim blouse. For more fashion forward events. An investment accessories like an amazing handbag or stunning shoes are ideal.

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