Day to Night Fashion: 5 Style Transition Tips to Stay Chic All Day Long

Day to Night Fashion: 5 Style Transition Tips to Stay Chic All Day Long

 

Your day look, be it a pencil skirt paired with a blouse or a pencil dress paired with a tailored blazer, may be appropriate for work, but not glamorous enough for a night out with your pals.

 

These days, you do not need two separate wardrobes for work and play. All you need to do is to change up a few clothing pieces, let your hair down, and add more makeup, and your day look will transform into a total showstopper for the night. Keep reading to find out you can transform your look.

 

 

 

Transition from day to night: Ditch the blazer. (polyvore.com)

Transition from day to night: Ditch the blazer. (polyvore.com)

 

1. Ditch the tailored blazer To look more stylish at night, we suggest you ditch your blazer and show some skin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Switch from handbag to clutch. (polyvore.com)

Switch from handbag to clutch. (polyvore.com)

 

2. Switch from a handbag to a clutch Nothing screams glamorous and chic more than a nice clutch.

 

 

 

 

 

Enhance your makeup. (polyvore.com)

Enhance your makeup. (polyvore.com)

 

3. Enhance your makeup Enhance your makeup by  going from nude to bold with colors that create a smoky eye effect.

 

 

 

 

 

Switch from comfy shoes to killer heels. (polyvore.com)

Switch from comfy shoes to killer heels. (polyvore.com)

 

4. Switch from comfy shoes to killer heels You are done playing it safe and being comfortable; it is time to take a risk and pull out your killer heels. The goal is to be a total stunner.

 

 

 

 

 

Add a statement necklace. (polyvore.com)

Add a statement necklace. (polyvore.com)

 

5. Add a statement necklace A statement necklace always takes a look from plain to stylish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How do you transform a day look to a fun night look? Share your opinions with us or tweet me @LindaAmaechi.

Linda Amaechi

Linda was born and raised in Nigeria, and moved to Houston, TX some years ago. She has a master's degree from TWU and currently lives and works in NYC. She is an active member of Healthcare Leaders of New York. Linda loves reading and writing about fashion. Two of her fashion inspirations are her maternal grandmother and mother. Her hobbies include budget-friendly shopping, cooking (especially trying out new recipes), reading novels, interior decorating, volunteering, and catching up on her favorite TV shows. Follow Linda on twitter @LindaAmaechi

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