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4 Ways You Can Switch Up Your Look For Your Debut and After-Party

Check out our after-party transition ideas.
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If having just one look for your debut isn't enough, consider wearing another look for the after-party. A fact: you don't need to do a total overhaul to wear a different look. Check out the tips below for an effortless (and affordable!) reinvention.

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 1  Let your hair down

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You'll be surprised with what simple tweaks can do. You can wear a more traditional style—like a chignon or a French twist—for the program proper, and then wear it down for your after-party. Add a playful flair to your loose locks with a sparkly headband or a floral wreath and you're good to go.

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 2  Opt for transformer gowns

You don't need another gown to pull off a brand new look—transformer gowns make for easy (and practical) changes. Finish off your ensemble for the program with a shrug or bolero jacket, and then remove the cover-up later on to reveal a whole new look. A skirt that allows you to detach the train or shorten the hem can be options too, so that your outfit starts off as a traditional dress and eventually shows a chic skirt in the end.

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 3  Go for dramatic makeup for the after-party

For the program, you can wear makeup in pastel shades to complement your pretty dress. Later on, you can be more daring with your makeup choices. Wear a bolder shade of lipstick (maybe a red one) or smoky eyes to transform you from the regal debutante to the fun-loving life of the party. Remember to highlight just one feature to keep your look classy.

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 4  Add accessories

Rely on accessories to pull off a different look for the after-party. Complement your attire with a few key pieces that pull your look together. Wear dainty accessories for the program, and thenchange things up with statement pieces for the party. Again, remember that less is more—strike a nice balance with elaborate and simple accessories for a flawless transition of your look.

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