Published on August 16th, 2012 | by Genevieve0
Hen party fashion – a lesson from the celebs
Once you’ve got all your hen activities booked, your package organised and your itinerary set, what to wear is high priority! Lessons can be learned from celebrity hens so take note.
Kym Marsh jetted off for her Marbella hen do recently and was greeted with fantastic sun, sea and sand. As such she spent most of her time in a striped red-and-white bikini, which she topped with a matching red-and-white beach dress (you’ve got to love colour matching!). Coleen Rooney went down the same path, with a black and white striped bikini for her hen party attire for most of the weekend.
Kym was sensible when heading out on the plane, with pink jogging bottoms and a black vest. We’re sure you know it, but make sure everyone dresses comfortably for the flight – angel wings might be good for airport pictures but everyone else on the plane might not appreciate them so much.
Kate Moss dished out the festival style on her Isle of Wight hen party. She wore a fairisle knit oversized cardi and welly boots. Another lesson we can take from Kate is that it’s best to dress for the occasion. It makes sense to wear knits and wellies at a festival, so don’t adorn yourself with them for an Ibiza nightclubbing party. Equally if you’re going skiing in Ljubljana with your hens, then you’ll have to limit the fashion for functionality.
Christina Aguilera typically pushed the boundaries a bit with her hen party attire – wearing an oh-so-short denim skirt and lacy garter. She classed this up with an oversized tee though, and this added to a pretty veil stopped the look being a disaster. Tread carefully though hens, remember that less can be more.
Katie Price typically took hen weekend fashion to a whole new level, dressing up herself and her hen party cake… to match. She wore a flowing baby pink, ruched-front gown and made a cake which was a mini version of herself wearing the same pink dress. Unusual, yes, recommended, not much. For one, it would be hard to dance all night in a gown, and second it would be brutal to watch your friend cut the cake in half.
So girls, in summary, dress for where you’re going. Going on holiday? Pack a healthy supply of bikinis. Staying in England? Find a good jacket. Then voila! You’re ready to go and celebrate!
If you’re yet to book your hen party then be sure to head over to GoHen and have a look at the exciting destinations and huge range of activities.