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I am really not a big partyer, nevertheless on occasions when I do find myself going out to clubs my favorite thing to do is people watch. Together with being someone who is enthusiastic about fashion, in my opinion half of being on people watch really is being on fashion watch. Unfortunately, there is apparently a great deal of misunderstandings with regards to what individuals think "cub-wear" means. It does not, for instance, suggest that most of your bits need to be hanging out, or that you can simply go from the leisure center to the club just because you're going to get covered with sweat their too. Or perhaps that something that was a shirt in the daytime magically becomes a dress at nighttime. I could keep on and on. based my club fashion watch, I've put together a selection of some things to bear in mind when getting all set to go out, in addition to a few outfit suggestions

Your key black dress tips are as follows:

- Absolutely no Lululemon. Lululemon is designed for work outs. I know dancing in a night club can get warm and also covered with sweat like a workout, but any workout outfit is not appropriate apparel to put on for a night out. You don't want to look like you just came from the gym.

- Ensure you dress up a little. Even if you would like to wear jeans, wear them with a pretty dressy tank top. It is okay to look a little casual, but you don't need to appear so casual, as if you're going food shopping (or just came from the gym. I cannot stress that one enough.) Additionally, how often do you get to get dressed in Kelowna? That's half the fun of going out!

- If you plan on dancing, try to carry a compact bag with you. That way you won't have to lug a huge bag around, or be worried about needing to put it down someplace where it might get stolen. Dance floors can get very congested, and you don't want to be that girl that is knocking their bag into everyone. Go for a small satchel bag or a clutch to make the night more enjoyable.

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