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5 Must-Follow Style Rules for a Bachelor Party

Bachelor party is the day when brides and grooms celebrate their final single days separately with their close ones.

That’s one of those days when brides and grooms to be enjoy their life like never before.

And you probably don’t want to be someone who spoils one of their best nights by doing something weird right?

In most cases you can totally rock what you want at your best friends’ bachelorette party.

However, oftentimes there are some bachelorette party rules you’ve got to be a good sport about.

For instance, sporting matching dress that the maid of honor bought is one of the style rules you must follow for your best friends’ bachelor party.

You definitely want to look gorgeous but also don’t want to upset the bride by making your own style rules don’t you?

So for brides, guests and hostesses, here are a few style rules to take into consideration when planning or attending your next bachelorette party.

Skip the All White Everything at the Party

Always remember that it’s normal for the bride to wear white at her bachelorette.

However, as bridesmaid or friends of the bride you do not want to look awkward wearing white.

You can save it for her wedding day or any other occasions probably.

So do everyone a solid and leave your white-on-white outfits at your home.

A little black dress, on the other hand, is the perfect party style pick for a bachelor party.

Or, you can even choose your own style that you prefer, except pure white dress.

Don’t Try to Get All Matched Up

Being a bridesmaid or having a bachelor party of your best friend can be exciting.

Especially for girls, they get very excited about their style rather than the place they are visiting.

However, the most important rule of a bachelorette party is that you shouldn’t try to match each other head to toe.

Instead, having one matched item between the crew, whether it be t-shirt or headbands or even tote bags can work.

Getting all matched up from head to toe can make you look awkward or uncomfortable and even the pictures will look not so cool.

So, choose one common outfit and let each bridesmaid style the rest of her outfit to fit her personality.

Be Comfortable

Like I said earlier, you probably don’t want to spoil your best friends’ bachelor night by making your own choices.

However, it’s not likely to do everything the bride want you to do or wear what she wants you to wear.

Little adjustment is fine for your friend but if you aren’t comfortable you should avoid it.

Dressing up in coordinated outfits or getting the same shirt for everyone to wear during the bach with her hashtag on it can be a blast.

But be sure to keep in mind any guest limitations. Not everyone is the same size or feels comfortable in the same type of clothing.

So most importantly, whoever is planning the party should talk to the bride and see what she is most comfortable in and what she thinks everyone would be.

Since she knows her girls best and you might not know everyone as well as she does, you should talk to the bride.

Or if the one who’s not comfortable with the style rules is you, then also you should sort things out before it gets too late and you spoil her bachelorette party.

Go with the Flow at the Party

As a guest of the bachelorette party, it’s important to go with the flow of the party.

Whether it’s wearing that silly hat or bachelorette party-themed t-shirt without pouting about it.

Even if you are a narcissist or too much organized person who don’t like anything about the bachelor party, you need to for the sake of your friend.

If you have a major issued with the “dress code” or are completely uncomfortable with it, feel free to say something to the host.

Being angry or sad about the style rules or arguing about everything planned is not something a friend would do.

Hence, if you have those habits keep it aside and try to enjoy the party as well as make the bride happy.

Keep it Classy at the Party

These days having a bachelor party means being glamorous and posting pictures of the feeds.

However, always keep in mind that you don’t have to dress in the tightest, skimpiest outfits just because it’s a bachelorette party.

Like I said earlier, a little compromise is okay but if you aren’t comfortable then don’t do it.

This is a wedding-related event, there’s going to be more attending paid from the bride’s family members and older wedding attendees on social media.

You would probably think of that and you really don’t want others judging you for that unstylish dress.

However, it may be tempting to rock on the tight dresses. But think twice before you go out in an outfit you might regret the next day or in pictures.

Hence, always wear what you feel comfortable in and try to keep it classy so that you do not spoil your best friends’ one and only bachelor party.