Keep it respectable but fun at the dinner table in a shift silhouette that’s classic with a bit of a twist.
Sequin metallic bouclé dress, MICHAEL Michael Kors, $175, netaporter.com.
Crystal drop earrings, Erickson Beamon, $130, clubmonaco.com.
Quilted paisley pencil skirt, J.W. Anderson for Topshop, $80, topshop.com.
Pussybow blouse, 10 Crosby by Derek Lam, $375, farfetch.com.
Quilted paisley silk tee, J.W. Anderson for Topshop, $80, topshop.com.
Leave the platforms and sexy sky-high heels at home and opt for a more understated style that still has spunk.
Suede pointed pumps, ASOS, $44, asos.com.
Sequined sleeve sweater, Mango, $80, mango.com.
Printed trousers, H&M, $18, hm.com.
Box clutch, a-thread, $47, a-thread.com.
Jacquard inverted pencil skirt, Reiss, $210, reiss.com.
Bib necklace, Kenneth Jay Lane, $363, shopbop.com.
Loose fitted or flared styles are a great family-friendly alternative.
Sequin print dress, Rebecca Taylor, $370, matches.com.
"Tati" pointed pump, Alexander Wang, $525, kirnazabete.com.
Straight cut dress, H&M, $50, hm.com.
Jeweled patent leather pointed-toe ballet flats, Old Navy, $23, oldnavy.com.
Drop resin earrings, Miriam Salat, $295, miriamsalat.com.
Instead of a sultry bodycon try this pleat-front shift that still shows off your shape.
Floral print pleat-front dress, Dorothy Perkins, dorothyperkins.com.
Snake embossed pumps, Ann Taylor, $198, anntaylor.com.