We get it. It’s a tough decision to decide what to wear to your Pinot & Picasso session or function. There are many factors to consider – what you are celebrating, your location, how formal or casual it is, what other people are wearing – it can be all too much!
Here are some tips from our P&P hosts to help you dress to impress:
Comfort is key
There is nothing worse than regretting wearing something that you just don’t feel comfy in. Don’t be afraid to keep it simple! Jeans and a nice top will always look on-brand at the Pinot & Picasso studios.
Always bring a jacket with you to our sessions. Even if it’s 35 degrees outside, the air con is likely to be pumping and we don’t want anyone to go cold!
Leave your designer clothes for the runway
No one wants to hear someone complaining about paint on their clothes, especially designer clothes. Those articles of clothing are not fabricated for art studios.
Best to save the designer outfits for another occasion (or the runway!)
Go hard on accessories
There are other ways to make your outfit go from chick to chic. Statement jewellery items will always earn a big tick – and even some compliments.
Accessories like earrings, necklaces or headbands will never look out of fashion at our studios. It also shows us a bit of your personality!
Swap high heels for low riders
Since we are dealing with paint, you want to make sure you are eliminating all possible opportunities where paint can land on you. Enclosed shoes are highly recommended in the studio environment.
While heels and sandals can jazz up your outfit, it is preferred to keep it comfy and casual with enclosed shoes like sneakers or boots. This doesn’t mean we’re going to send you away if you come in sandals or high heels – it is only a recommendation!
All in all, be sure to wear clothes you don’t mind getting paint on. While you will be wearing a P&P apron, we can’t guarantee that you might get a splash of paint on yourself – it is all part of the fun.