Because I work from home, I don’t have many occasions to take my look from day to night, but it strikes me how often I see this idea in print. Is this what ladies who work in offices struggle with? Are they constantly bustling from work to parties? And who is taking care of their children? Or is that just what single people with no children do?
2. Beware of not adding enough drama.
If you are going out at night, it is presumably to have fun. So have fun with your look, too. Take a chance on something you wouldn’t normally wear. Make it special, but make it you.
3. Know what you are doing
By this I mean: know what your plans are for the evening. If you are going to be walking all night or on your feet all night, this might not be the right time to wear the new 4 inch heels.
I like having occasions to dress up for. And by “dress up for” I mostly mean “put on makeup” for. But for me, having occasions on occasion is quite enough. I’m glad I’m not one of those ladies always bustling around from work to parties. You know, those ladies I decided must exist but probably I’m making up? I don’t want to be a made up lady.
Are you one of those made up ladies? Do you often have to make your ‘day look’ into a ‘night look’?