Go Sexy with this Woman's Style Guide to a Nightclub

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A well known Toronto party ritual is and always will be Barcode Saturdays! The #1 Celebrity party is now located inside of the luxurious NEST Toronto.

Choosing the right outfit for your night out with the girls may seem like quite the task. We understand the pleasure and pains of having an elaborate wardrobe - with multiple sartorial pieces to adorn yourself for these special occasions.

But whether you're going for a regular Saturday night clubbing spree or have a damn good reason to doll up (say, a bachelorette party?), you'd want to look and feel at your best. But if you're getting the pre-outdoor jitters of what to wear for this particular adventure, we have got you covered with the ultimate women's style guide to a nightclub.

What to Wear at a Club?

Your sartorial sense says a lot about you, so you should choose a dress that accentuates your personality. Let's take a look now:

  • Button-up Shirt and Jeans

When you want to go all out like the confident diva you are, we suggest the 'pro' look, not quite like the office attire but definitely more than what you wear to the hamburger stand. A simple button-up shirt and jeans will give you unlimited options with accessories to spruce up.

  • Bodycon or Halter Dress

You can never go wrong with a bodycon or Halter dress with stilettos. Other options include a sleeveless top with skirts and high heels. However, if you're planning to dance the night away, you'd want to wear something more comfortable, like a wrap skirt under a camisole top.

  • Overcoat with Blouse and Jeans

When winter chills come knocking, it's time to deck up in a blouse or loose sweater with an overcoat, jacket over jeans, or straight pants. For footwear, go with wedges or heels.

  • Streetwear

How about a Wu-Tang T-shirt over jeans or shorts? Definitely the urban blend of cool and classy. Whatever you wear, keeping the club's dress code in mind is important.

Business Name- Barcode Saturdays

Address: 559 College St, Toronto, ON M5A 1A9, Canada

Phone: +1 647-408-1186