Yes and No, No, No - What to Wear For Front Row Appearances
Yes and No, No, No. Victoria Beckham and Agyness Deyn
Selecting the right look for a front row event can be taxing. If you've already nailed your personal style, a la Posh Spice, you are golden, no need to read on. In fact, launch your own line. But for those still struggling with defining themselves as a fashion force du jour, here are a few stylish rules of thumb. If you will be sitting down at said event, as in front row fashionista, have a practice sit in front of a mirror. Cross legs. Uncross. Do your best 'basic instinct' cross-checking that no paparazzi gets a free pass to the no-fly zone. Sitting beauties can wear their most fabulous, and painful, pumps, hiding the flip flops for after in this season's fashionable bags.
If you will be attending fabulous after-party functions, and standing, more comfortable (still fabulous) footwear is in order, but go all out with a statement outfit. Keep in mind, in a crowded room, all you see of guests are shoulders-and-up, so focus on the jewelry accessories, wear breathable fabrics and ditch the big bag. In a more elegant surrounding, i.e. more room to breathe, you have more room to express yourself, so this season, indulge your diva-ness in belle skirts and wrap bandage dresses with metallic touches. The 80s might be back, but keep accessories clean and statement-making. Leave your inner Madonna at home. If you have some real life adventures in fashion to share, bring it. We love a good fashion story.