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Romantic Hen Party Style


Even though February is the shortest month of the year it’s always nice to break it up with something fun in the middle. And no, not Valentine’s Day, but an amazing hen party with all the girls. However, with reds and pinks everywhere at this time of year, why not use this as inspiration for your look when you do go out for a hen party and add a little romance to your outfit?


This Arizona dress, above, from Reiss is a great alternative to the stereotypical image of a pink girly dress. As the casual trend of doubling up on your shirts, tying a checked shirt around your waist whilst also wearing a long shirt dress, still going strong, this dress is a more grown up nod to the fashion trend, cinching in at the waist to define your silhouette. The casual edge of the dress makes it perfect for a day time hen party, or a more relaxed evening get together with the girls. Its subtle shoulder pads and chest pockets are also a nod to this season’s utility trend focus, making it truly the dress of the season in its rose hue. Keep in the warm colour palette by teaming the dress with nude heels and rose gold jewellery, such as a necklace to fall into the V neck of the dress. Paint lips in a dusky pink for a warm, chic make up look to match.


For a truly striking look try a blood red dress, such as this Topshop number. The thin spaghetti straps keep the look delicate whilst the lace is more geometric that the typical floral, giving the dress a more modern twist. The higher neckline allows for dainty necklaces that sit in your collar bone, or if a nod to the 90s revival, try a velvet collar. The crochet trim at the waist creates a great silhouette and also creates a sheer band at the bottom adding a slight boho vibe to the dress. Keep accessories dark to match this berry shade, such as blacks or a similar tone to the dress itself - perfect for a cocktail night with the girls.

Her New Tribe

If you’re feeling daring why not try mixing and matching reds and pinks together? This creates a feminine, yet strong, fun look and looks great. This look above is both warm and casual, but also stylish and makes a real statement. For red or berry toned oversized knitwear go to New Look or H&M whilst pink cigarette trousers can be found in Topshop and Reiss. If you’re wanting a more form fitting shirt team with high waited pink trousers from Missguided. Team with red heels and lipstick to carry the theme through your accessories; this is a great look for dashing to a hen party straight from work, or for a more casual dinner or drinks. It’s an effortless chic that turns heads.

Hearts can be the perfect way to add a little bit of romance into your outfit and this Skinny Dip cross body bag from Selfridges is the perfect tongue-in-cheek way to do it. A red bag adds a great pop of colour to any outfit. Try wearing it with navy or black to make it really stand out and be the focal point of your look, or why not try teaming it with an outfit of pink hues, such as the Reiss Arizona dress above? Swap the dusky pink lipstick for a bold rid lip to tie the two shades of your look together for a fun, quirky feel.

So ladies, why not give the more romantic colours a go for your next hen party? It’s not only a great way to lighten the spirits in the middle of February but also ties in with the fact that one of your friends, or even yourself, finding the love of your life and celebrating this with everyone, dressed to match the romantic occasion. 

Image Credits: Reiss | Topshop | Her New Tribe | Selfridges

Lydia Stevenson

Lydia loves nothing more than spending weekends shopping for the latest styles with friends, or curled up with a fabulous fashion magazine!

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