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I am not really a big partyer, nonetheless on occasions while i do find myself going out to night clubs my favourite thing to do is people watch. In addition to being a person that is interested in fashion, in my opinion half of being on people watch really is being on style watch. However, there seems to be lots of confusion with regards to what individuals think "cub-wear" means. It does not, for instance, imply that most of your bits need to be hanging out, or that you can simply go from the sports center to the club because you are likely to get covered with sweat their too. Or perhaps that something that was a shirt in the daytime magically becomes a dress at night. I really could go on and on. based my club fashion watch, I've collected a list of a few points to consider when getting all set to go out, as well as a few outfit suggestions

Your primary club dresses rules are listed below:

- Absolutely no Lululemon. Lululemon is made for a workout. I know dancing in a club can get warm and sweaty just like a workout, but any work-out outfit is not ideal apparel to wear for a night out. You don't want to look as if you just came from the workout room.

- Make sure to dress up a little bit. Even if you want to wear jeans, pair them with a cute dressy tank top. It is ok to appear a bit casual, but you don't want to appear way too casual, like you're heading grocery shopping (or just came from the gym. I cannot stress that one enough.) Additionally, how often do you get to get dressed up in Kelowna? That's half the fun of going out!

- If you plan on dancing, make sure you get a smaller bag with you. That way you won't have to lug a big bag around, or worry about needing to put it down somewhere where it could potentially get stolen. Dance floors can get very crowded, and you do not want to be that girl that is knocking their bag into everyone. Opt for a little satchel bag or a clutch to make your night more fun.

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