I’ve decided to host a big Eurovision party this year and would love everyone to dress up! I’ve sent out all the invites, so I now need to work out what to wear myself. As the host, I want to make an effort but I’m struggling to pull out any Eurovision outfit ideas from my wardrobe. Any suggestions?
For anyone reading this, I’m assuming you’re a Eurovision fan, because – warning – there’s no holding back on these Eurovision outfit ideas for all the Eurovision celebrations this week. If you’re not a fan, you’re probably reading the wrong article.
If you’re hosting a Eurovision party, or going to one, there’s a high chance it’ll be a Eurovision-theme dress code, and if that’s the case, you better be down for dressing up. This is the time for going all out – the bolder, the better.
This year, the live show will be in Liverpool this Saturday 13th May, when Mae Muller will be taking to the stage, following Sam Ryder’s success last year. She’ll be performing her track “I wrote a song” that has catchy-Eurovision-viral-TikTok track all over it.
If you’ve not managed to get tickets and are planning your own party instead, you’ll need some Eurovision outfit ideas up your sleeve to rival the memorable outfits on stage. I’m thinking metallics, sequins, party trousers and brights, but with a more summery twist than outfits for your work’s Christmas do. These Eurovision outfit ideas will come in handy for parties throughout spring, summer and even dressed-up hols (especially if Ibiza’s on the cards this summer!).
So, get ready to laugh at every Graham Norton joke (or take a shot every time he says something hilariously cutting) and be the best dressed while you’re at it.
What do all of these dresses have in common? Main-character energy. From maxis dresses in bright neon shades to midi dresses with statement batwing sleeves, these all shout ‘get the Eurovision party started’.
From sequins to swirls, co-ords are another lively choice and are guaranteed to earn you outfit compliments.
Yep, double denim. If you’re tempted but haven’t quite found the moment to try it out, wait no longer. There’s no holding back for Eurovision so treat this as your sign to go for it.
Alternatively, dive into the denim trend with one of the season’s best denim maxi skirts. Bershka’s is a steal at only £29.99.
Trousers vs tops
If you’d like to lean into the Eurovision glitz and glam but not go all out (maybe you’re out somewhere beforehand and need a day to night look), stick to either a statement top or statement trousers like these. Then, you can either wear the tops with relaxed jeans or wear the trousers with simple tees to create the perfect balance.
Sequin mini skirts are also a great option – just pair yours with a simple white tee or vest and you’ll be party ready.
Another way to add just a touch of Eurovision glam to your outfit is a colourful going out bag, or even a skinny sequin scarf.
You can also make a simple jeans and tee outfit instantly feel more ‘Eurovision’ by adding some eye-catching metallic shoes.
The finishing touch
Still undecided? If you want to shine, it has to be the & Other Stories showstopper sequin jacket.