With the holiday and festive season coming, it’s no surprise to see your calendar looking a little more packed than usual. When the season is all about celebration, food, drinks, friends and family, there’s bound to be events popping up here and there — which means opportunities to dress up.
Even if we know that chainmail is the material to go for this season or we’ve stocked up on these heels and clutches, pairing them together may not be the easiest task (unless you’re Kylie Jenner’s fashion stylist, Jill Jacobs).
Fashion websites are always helpful but thanks to social media, party outfit inspirations are now everywhere so scrolling through tens or maybe hundreds of pictures a day to source for new party outfit inspiration is actually doable. Let’s not forget about Instagram’s latest feature to follow hashtags, aka more things to look at. Just #partyoutfit alone has an average of 90,000 photos.
Here, we did the ‘dirty’ work and listed down 10 style influencers to follow for party outfit inspirations so you can ace your party outfit glamorously. From the streets of New York City and Downtown Los Angeles, to the busy city of Jakarta, there will surely be one (or more) influencer that you may find yourself clicking follow after this.
Lua is a Peruvian living in New York City. Her signature red ombré hair does not go unnoticed as she perfectly pairs all of her ensemble together no matter the occasion, style, day or night.
Anastasia is an Indonesian fashion influencer based in Jakarta. She started out with Lookbook.nu and Blogger.com, but then grew and started collaborating with big brands such as Givenchy.
Also known as The Blonde Salad, Chiara is an Italian fashion influencer, business woman, blogger at her own blog, The Blonde Salad. She’s worked with many fashion and beauty brands, including Tod’s and Pantene.
Doina is travelling the world as a model and a fashion influencer. She’s been featured on multiple fashion platforms: Vogue, The Guardian, The Telegraph, and many more. Forbes featured Doina in both Top 30 under 30 and Top 19 Young Entrepreneurs category for her entrepreneurship and brand-value.