Las Vegas is a bucket list destination for many — with iconic entertainment, nightlife and Elvis impersonators you truly won’t find anywhere else, it’s not hard to see why. If you’re lucky enough to have a trip booked, you’ll want your outfits to have the same wow factor as your destination — and that’s where the endless closet comes in! Read on for our picks of what to wear to Las Vegas no matter what’s on the itinerary.
Hitting the Casinos
We can’t talk about Vegas without talking about casinos. If you’re planning to try your luck while on your trip, you’ll want to wear something lucky, obviously. This is the place to break out your boldest and brightest! Dressing for day-to-night doesn’t hurt either, especially if you’re not sure where the rest of your day or night will take you. (And in Vegas, isn’t that pretty much always the case?)
Dancing ‘Til Dawn
Whether you’re celebrating the bride-to-be at a Vegas bachelorette party or just want to experience Sin City’s legendary nightlife for yourself, this is the perfect time to go all-out with your going out outfit. Go for a giant bow detail, max out on glitter, dare to bare a little more skin than you normally would — this is Vegas after all, and rules do not apply.
In case your vacay plans include eloping with fake Elvis as your only witness, there are rentals for that too! A Vegas elopement dress is not your typical wedding dress — sequins, edgy silhouettes and jumpsuits are all fair game here and will suit your venue perfectly. Don’t forget photo-worthy heart-shaped jewelry and sunglasses to really make your pictures pop.
If you’re visiting in the summer, you can basically guarantee it will be hot, hot, hot, making poolside parties a must by day. Bring your swimsuit of course — but this is Vegas after all, so take your look to the next level with a chic cover up and fun accessories.
Catching a Show
Chances are, when you’re in the entertainment capital of the world, you’ll have plans to see at least one show during your trip. (Because you’re not going to go all the way to Vegas and not seeing Lady Gaga, let’s be real.) Think of this occasion as a slightly dressier version of your night out looks, with longer hemlines and statement accessories that really bring the glitz and glam.