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What To Wear To: An Ibiza Party for a High-Budget

Last Monday I showed you what to wear to an Ibiza party for a low-budget. However today I’m going to show you what to wear for a high-budget!

For and Ibiza party you need something light and cool – because it will obviously be hot, something preferably with lots of glitter, and some bright flashes of neon to brighten up the outfit. I personally would wear a shift dress, which will be easy to slip on and off over a bikini. Finish off with sandals (I’m loving Ancient Greek Sandals), a cross body bag, big sunnies, and lots of friendship bracelets!

Shift dress – Versace – Printed silk shift dress (£335).
Bikini – Tori Praver – Hula ruffled bandeau bikini top (£ 105), Hoku bikini briefs (£90).
Sandals – Ancient Greek Sandals – Ikaria metallic leather wing sandals (£130).
Sunglasses – Illesteva Mademoiselle round-frame sunglasses (£180).
Bracelets – Chan Luu – Set of five braided cotton friendship bracelets (£55).
All available from Net-a-porter.com.

Wear this shift dress over this summery orange bikini for instant style credits. The blue sunglasses match the dress well and will stop the look from being too bold. The metallic winged sandals will give a quiet injection of kooky cool into the outfit without being glaringly obvious! Friendship bracelets are a must – so stack these ones high; the more the better! Leave hair natural or slightly beachy, and for makeup use lots of bronze shimmer on your cheekbones and electric blue mascara. For a final pop of colour – use a neon (or very bright) nail polish.

Check out my blog next week where I will be showing you How To Do: Summer Evening Wear for a Low-Budget!

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