What To Wear For A Summer BBQ PARTY

Posted by June 15, 2016 - Austria, Fashion, LIFESTYLE, Things We L@VE, We L@VE Shoes
Summer BBQ Party

Do you want to know where I went and what I wore last weekend at the Moët BBQ party which took place at Le Meridien Hotel in Vienna? It was actually the first International Moët Party Day which means several Moët parties were held that day in 35 different countries in the world. Vienna didn’t miss on the opportunity to be part of this global party and celebrate.

The dress code written in the invitation was: a touch of pink. That was already a sign that the party would be fun with good vibes. However, I didn’t have pink shoes to wear. But my Humanic flat strappy sandals, which I matched with colorful trousers and a white T-shirt was actually a very nice choice for the BBQ party. Plus, I stayed true to the concept of the event because my colorful trousers had a touch of pink, among other colors. The Humanic sandals will work as a versatile piece for your daily ensembles as they will be worn and can be matched with almost everything. The fact that the color is so neutral will give you the freedom to match it with colorful pieces, so that you will not look boring or plain. Spice up your neutral sandals by matching them with jungle inspired prints or leopard motifs and make an uninteresting outfit look smart.

My prediction that the party would be fun didn’t fail. The music was right up my alley and the atmosphere was chilled out. People were coming to us all the time holding several kinds of delicacies. We had a couple of Ice Impérial Rosé drinks, chatted up with friends, got acquainted with others and enjoyed the summer temperatures in a beautiful terrace.

“Enjoy a true rosé moment” together with your Humanic shoes. 

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By The Viennese Girl