How to dress a beach party

Plan Your Attire for a Beach Party
Step 1

Pack an extra bathing suit just in case yours gets too sandy or you want to wear a dry one. Visit Evite for more beach party dress tips.
Step 2

Bring additional layers of clothing for the cooler nighttime weather. Some beach parties go from day into night, so you'll want to be sure you have a sweatshirt, light pants or cardigan to ward off the chill. Nothing takes the fun out of a beach party quite like shivering with cold.
Step 3

Plan for socializing in your beachwear. Be comfortable in your attire. If you are self-conscious about how you look in a bathing suit, wrap a sarong around your waist or consider comfy beach shorts. Guys can wear tank tops and shorts. There's nothing wrong with covering up a little if it puts you at ease.
Step 4

Accessorize your outfit. Do not wear your most expensive jewelry, but add little accents for a nice touch. Add to your dress or outfit with colorful bangle bracelets or scarves. A long, lariat-style necklace can look very sexy with a bikini, and a rope-and-shell necklace can be very hip.
Step 5

Dress appropriately for the theme. Some hosts will encourage you to wear Hawaiian outfits. For ladies, wear a floral print dress, shorts and a floral top or a miniskirt and tank. Guys can choose khaki shorts and a floral shirt or a brightly colored T-shirt or tank top.
Step 6

Slip into appropriate footwear. If the party is on the beach, pack a pair of water shoes and sneakers for any games you might participate in. Wearing flip flops or flat sandals is also acceptable for a beach party.

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Spring-Summer 2010 : Style Inheritance

Style Inheritance - Seventies fashion trend for spring/summer 2010 on VOGUE.COM

Mother Knows Best

* Channel stylish Seventies mums with toffee tailoring, high-waisted denim and flouncy silk dresses and blouses.
* Stella McCartney's spring/summer 2010 collection was inspired by her late mother, Linda's, pretty and practical wardrobe.
* Think flattering button-front denim skirts worn with cork-wedges, fragile silk blouses and carefully tied scarves.
* For evening, flowing wildflower-scattered maxi dresses are where it's at.
* Throw a neat tan saddlebag across a camel blazer or casual suede jacket for a ready-for-anything attitude.

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Spring 2010 trend report

And you thought there were a lot of sports in the Olympics. Designers have adopted a wide world of active influences for Spring. Alexander Wang's American football collection will look even better when broken down into its individual components; Pucci's Peter Dundas has combined business with pleasure, turning out sexy dresses inspired by his love of scuba; and Proenza Schouler has taken two well-worn references—surfing and skateboarding—and made them chicer than they have any right to be.

Game Theory:Prada

Game Theory:Hermès

Game Theory:Gucci

Game Theory:Giorgio Armani

Game Theory:Emilio Pucci

Game Theory:Elie Tahari

Game Theory: Derek Lam

Game Theory:Alexandre Herchcovitch

Game Theory:Alexander Wang

Game Theory :A.F. Vandevorst