If you're going to wear joggers on a night out, the most important thing to do is add in structured elements which will counteract the casual overtone and bagginess of the joggers.
My last blogpost focused on how to style joggers during the day whether it be for a lunch date or shopping with the girls. It was all about looking great and being on trend but in the most comfortable way possible. The great thing about joggers (aside from comfort) is they’re super versatile and can be dressed up or down for pretty much any occasion. So in this post I want to take the whole jogger phenonomen to the next level by showing how they can glam’d up for an evening on the town.
If you’re going to wear them on a night out, the most important thing to do is add in structured elements which will counteract the casual overtone and bagginess of the joggers. This black top from BCBG is probably one of my most worn pieces in my closest. I love the subtle details and it has just the right balance of skin on show without losing it’s sense of sophistication. Unfortunately, this style is sold out but these two styles available HERE & HERE, also from BCBG, are great options.
Outfit Details: Joggers – Timeless Boutique (similar HERE) | Top – BCBG (similar HERE & HERE) | Shoes – Christian Louboutin (find HERE or similar HERE & a high street version HERE)
I’m a true sucker for a pair of heeled booties! They always look great and are so much easier to walk in than a pump. I feel the details in this particular pair echo some of the details in the top, making it a perfect pairing. Generally this look is best as understated as possible so I stayed away from over accessorising or too much jewellery. Given that the joggers are so casual, the simplicity adds that much needed hint of sophistication and ensures you look sleek rather than slobby! Finally, I slicked my hair back as a finishing touch and was ready for one, two… or maybe three cocktails!
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Photos by Meghan D’Evelyn