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Cocktail/Club Wear

“A cocktail dress or cocktail gown is a woman's dress worn at cocktail parties, and semi-formal occasions. The length of cocktail dresses varies depending on fashion and local custom. The length ranges from just above the knee to touching the ankle. When it is about 5 cm (2 inches) above the ankle it is called tea length and when it is almost touching the ankle it is called ballerina length, although ballerina length dresses usually fall into the evening gown category.

At semi-formal occasions, less elaborate, shorter-length cocktail dresses may be worn. Prior to the mid 20th century this type of dress was known as 'late afternoon'. When gentlemen are in business suits, ladies also wear dress suits or "good" afternoon skirt and dresses. By the 1980s a dress was considered to be cocktail less by where the hem fell, but more by the level of sumptuousness the garment attained. In the mid-20th century, some couturiers began describing full-skirted cocktail gowns as "dancing costumes". These are suitable for formal dances but not for balls, or other white tie affairs, where ball gowns are worn.

Clubwear is a general term for the type of provocative, revealing, or fetish clothing that is worn to nightclubs featuring a sensual atmosphere with a very relaxed dress code. There are various types of clothing items that could be worn to clubs based on the location of the club, the clubs dress code and the weather. In the United States, most clubs are restricted by age, some 18 and older while others are 21 and older. Dress code for most 18+ clubs are more relaxed with everyone dressed to impressed usually showing some skin in order to get more attention. Usually in 21+ clubs, the dress code are more strict with limitations on what you can wear on things like no athletic gear, to no jeans, hats or plain colored t-shirts.” (Source:Wikipedia.org)

 

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