With the summer in full swing, it's likely that you'll be hitting the dance floor either in one of the European party hot spots, or strutting your stuff in clubs near you. This article will give you the low down on club wear, and give you a few ideas about where to shop for that perfect Saturday night out ensemble.
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What to wear If you are heading out on to the party scene, why not hit the High Street first to find some chic clubbing clothes. With all the latest fashions and trends, you'll be sure to find something that suits you. Clubbing dress varies depending on your location, e.g. raving it up in Ibiza or partying on the Kings Road. For clubbing, tops and skits are great as they are versatile and can be worn with different things, or try a really nice dress. For men's clubbing, shirts and jeans are always a fail safe look. Where to buy Top stores on the High Street include Topshop, River Island, New Look, Primark, All Saints, Republic, Dorothy Perkins, Oasis, Warehouse and many many more. When shopping for clubbing wear, if you want a really slick look, try buying items from the same area of the shop, as certain ranges are designed to be used together to create a great outfit.
Where to buy With Thailand's full moon party inspiring a new craze for neon raves, you need to know where to get your neon clothes and body paint so taht you stand out on the dance floor. You can pick up a cheap neon tutu from a local fancy dress shop. Additionally, rave wear is becoming more popular on the High Street, and stores like Primark have many neon tops and bright make-up so that you look great in your neon clothing. Neon tips Remember to get body and face paints and do some cool neon patters, for example dots on the face, swirls and all your own designs! If you want to stand out and light up the floor, choose many white pieces for your rave clothing, such as white t-shirts and shoes, as these will pick up the light and leave you luminescent. Remember that with your UV clothes, you'll definitely want some glow sticks, which you can order in bulk online from stores such as Amazon, eBay and glow stick specialists.