One Summer Outfit – Day to Night

What do you wear when you need to be day-appropriate but still kill it when you arrive at the party?
It’s a good question, and one that sounds easier to answer than you’d think!


Sophie Shohet London Surrey Fashion Blogger

Summer pink designer accessories - pink handvag and Dior cuff


I was in London for a meeting early last week. Later that day I was due to attend a networking party with a friend. I spent a good 20 minutes figuring out what to wear that morning (I’d woken-up late), and after much consideration I opted for a simple cream shift dress.

It was a hot day in London and the dress was fitted without being tight and stopped on the knee. Classic, elegant – maybe a little too ‘wedding guest’, but it’s cool, I’ll roll with this. I’d wear it with some black ballet flats and then change into my black Chanel heels for the evening. Simple.

Later that day, whilst on the tube, I felt a tad overdressed. Overdressed in a way that would suggest I was on my way to a wedding and had gotten separated from the wedding party. That evening however, I swapped the shoes over, arrived at the party, only to feel rather frumpy by all accounts.  


"What do you wear when you need to be day-appropriate but still kill it when you arrive at the party?
It’s a good question, and one that sounds easier to answer than you’d think!"


Summer 2017 edgy day to evening styling

So I set myself the challenge of putting together a look for under £1,000 (complete with shoes and handbag) that would work for a casual day in town, followed by drinks with friends that evening.

I took to Farfetch to search for suitable attire; it’s a site I first shopped from in 2015 when I bought my first pair of Valentino Rockstuds. It’s easy – everything is under one roof (so to speak), and because the goods listed are from boutiques all over the world – I always find the range to be impressive.








Pink Summer accessories - Jimmy Choo shoes and Designverso bag

"I decided I wanted to go for a monochrome look that I could add pink accents too. I love pink and it’s very on trend for SS17, but too much and it can look a little bit ‘Barbie’!"

I decided I wanted to go for a monochrome look that I could add pink accents too. I love pink and it’s very on trend for SS17, but too much and it can look a little bit ‘Barbie’!

The skirt I chose was this from Halston Heritage – it’s a classic waterfall shape. It pinches in at the waist and flows-out, moving beautifully as you walk. This skirt would work perfectly for pear shapes, hourglass or (if you’re like me) straight up and down. It defines the waist and smooths over thighs and bottom. Perfect!


Summer skirt styling

From office to party - styling for summer 2017


Now for a blouse - I considered a button-up shirt, but in the end opted for this loose fitting asymmetric white tee. I like the slouchy contrast of it compared to the sharp cut of the skirt. It not being tightly fitted also means it’s day-appropriate and actually looks really good with skinny jeans too!


Sophie Shohet summer styling for work and evening


I wanted this look to be feminine but edgy, so I styled it with a leather biker jacket that I purchased from Karen Millen (5 years ago, sorry!)
For a day look, simply add the leather jacket and swap-out the heels for some simple black flats.


Summer trends 2017 Pink heels with bag and black formal skirt

Day to evening London Summer Styling


Then for a bag and some shoes…. These are the areas I tend to spend my money! A well-purchased shoe and handbag can make you feel amazing and you can use these for years to come to customise outfit after outfit.

I chose these delightful Jimmy Choo pumps in beautiful pinky-coral suede. They are so comfortable to wear and are really versatile, I’ve also worn these with loose-fit jeans and they look fantastic.


Jimmy Choo Lucy 100 pumps in pink coral

Jimmy Choo Lucy 100 Pink High Heel SS17


For the handbag, I knew I wanted to get the shoes, so I had no option but to find a bag that worked with them. I discovered this mini shoulder bag from DESIGNINVERSO – it’s made from a rubber-type material that has a saffiano leather design on it. The stud design really reminded me of Valentino and I though the look, size and colour combined looked divine.


Jimmy Choo pink heels and bag

Sophie Shohet wearing Miu Miu Sunglasses

Sophie Shohet London blogger SS17






What do you think of the final look? Any items that you love or hate?!
What are your tips and advice for styling an outfit for day through to night? Please share below in the comment section!


Pink Designverso Bag Farfetch

I’m giving away this beautiful DESIGNINVERSO bag, complete with dustbag and box!
For your chance to win, simply leave a comment below sharing your personal tips on dressing for day through to night, the person with the best advice wins. I will draw the winner at random on the 12th July 2017 at 12 noon BST.

The competition is now closed, thank you to all of you who entered! It was really hard to pick a winner, as so many of your suggestions were unique and great. But I'm pleased to announce that Isabella S is the winner - her suggestion was incredibly creative and would be the perfect solution for going from a corporate job to a glam party in the evening. Congratulations to Isabella!!


*This post was kindly sponsored by Farfetch UK.




  • 07 Jul 2017
  • Justina Dregvaite

Hi, Sophie!

My tips are:
-Red lipstick - that could make you instantly look like a goddess. I feel like red lipstick is the easiest and one of the most powerful thing that can make you pop.
-High heels
-Big earrings / scarf / necklace - sometimes all you need is just some accessories!
-Greaaat mood!

  • 07 Jul 2017
  • Karen Jane Semerdak

Hello Sophie! Day to night...the key in my view is to keep it simple. A simple clutch to carry ta phone and minimal key pieces to freshen your face, and ramp up for the night....lips and eyes...kohl and red lipstick. For a pop of colour. Wear black. Throw on some keep it classy...or a touch of leather and stud for a rock chick vibe. Finish with a smart blazer or a black leather jacket for a cool, laid back look. Xx

  • 07 Jul 2017
  • Elle Smart

Hi Sophie!
Love your blog/instagram/YouTube and all your fab tips.
So what I do when I need a change from evening to night is:
-I put my hair down
-add a winged liner to my make up and a more statement lip.
-usually Ill carry a smaller bag that day with just the essentials in it and have a nice day bag that goes to night maybe a nice clutch or chain bag
-I bring a heel (can't wear a heel in my job)
-My number one thing is a plain dress dress and bring a really big statement necklace, instant glamour instantly dress the outfit up!

These are my go toos!


  • 07 Jul 2017
  • Emma Rathe

My style would best be described as a walking J. Crew mannequin. I love my basics. This has always made the transition from day to night somewhat of a challenge. Here are a few tips for my girls who also enjoy their classic pieces and neutral colors!

Utillize color blocking, and color fits. If I'm going out for the day, I love contrasting coral with olive greens, or hot pink with a dusty blue, however, when I'm going from day to night, I'm going from preppy to sexy. And I want it done in the most efficient way. I do color fits all the time, usually a neutral color (dressing in all of one color.) I make the outfit pop with my shoes, neck scarves, jewelry, and bags. I like to let my accessories and makeup be the shining stars.

Here's an example of what I'd wear during the day: Gray deep v-neck tank top, black skinny jeans, pointed black toe flats, silky floral neck scarf, tan watch, black handbag, neutral makeup.

How to transition to night: Throw on a pair of black heels, take off the scarf and watch, throw on some sparkly jewelry (kept in my handbag), pop on a bright red lippie.

...or you could just wear a black dress all day..but that's not so exciting.

  • 07 Jul 2017
  • Courtney Walsh

Hi Sophie!
This bag is so beautiful, thanks for sharing the opportunity for one of us to win it!

I often have to dress for day/evening situations in my work, and as you mentioned - it really isn't practical to bring an extra outfit!

My go to starts with a pair of trousers that make me feel great and fit like a glove - it's important I know I'm wearing something I love, I feel confident in, and that I'm comfortable wearing for so many hours.
Like these crepe pants from Solace London:

I love wearing a cami and a nice jacket - again, my focus would be on the fit and how I feel. Equal parts confident, professional, feminine, and comfortable. The jacket pulls everything together and keeps it suitable for the day and easily transitions to night.
This black number from Cami NYC is one of my favourites that I really get so much wear out of. It's the perfect amount of sexy while still being grown up, and I like to tuck it in at the front just so:
My dream would be this blazer (if budget was no option):
But I have a similar blazer to this and it does the trick just as nicely:

I really like to stick to nudes and blacks for my clothing and then use accessories to make more of a statement. I carry a fairly medium to large sized bag for work - and if I know I've got evening plans, I just throw a small bag in my larger work bag! It's easy to leave my larger back at the office or in the car, so this trick always helps.
Larger work bag for day:
This small bag for night would be a fun pop of colour and sparke (and I know how much you love these bags!):

And finally - the shoes! Now I'm a wedge kind of girl, but wedges can sometimes look too casual. For day/evening looks, I'd opt for pumps I know I can count on - ones I can walk/stand in with no issues, that elongate the leg, and can be dressed up or down but still have something special to them.
These are my go to:

I might have played this safe, but this is truly what I wear (minus the wish list items from Balmain and the CL bag!). The split in the pants, the lace detail on the cami, and the PVC on the shoes are all little elements of interest that help the outfit transition so nicely from day to night.

Love you, Sophie, thanks so much for all you bring us! XX

  • 07 Jul 2017
  • Mahenur islam

Hey Sophie! I loved the way paired the outfit! Thanks for the tip! I usually carry a statement necklace to change and carry a purse for the night. And do some touch up in my make-up, like- changing the lip color and adding a bit highlighter. Also I try to change my hair style but the thing I do must is carry a perfume for the nigh,. It completes the look for me.
Load of blessings and lots of love from Bangladesh. Take care :)

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • diana kamar aldin

i will go with elegance accessories and red lipstick

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Toni Moore

Hi Sophie,
Big Fan who's currently in university and close to purchasing my first LV ALMA BB Bag!!! Yes, do about 25 hours of babysitting around my studies. I know, I'm so proud of myself for following your advice for saving and actually picking up extra work for the luxury items.

I would wear this bag three ways. Yes, three ways. I would first wear the bag with a denim on denim look as if gap meets East End Thrift shop vibe with either pink flats or sandals heels under three inches, with a nice white blouse or t-shirt for a lunch with my friends or an early bunch in Covent Garden.

The second look I wear is a formal but sunny work dress that I could then flip into a last-minute evening dinner look around the Knight bridge area.

Finally, I would wear this with a white hipster dress that goes right down to my ankles. That really keeps you cool while out but then your sacred of everyone seeing underwear if the wind blows.

I still am watching your channel regardless as no one is doing what you're doing on Youtube. When your next Q&A?

Thanks, Toni.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Susan Bedell

Hello Beautiful Sophie!

So if I were to go to work with an office style attire to an evening out, I would wear the same outfit and just change to:
?a statement style jewelry
?put my hair in a pony tail (just to look different from the day)
?put bold lipstick and eyeliner on

This way, you can put everything in your purse and not worry about carrying anything bulky around and it'll take you a few mins to do!! Easy!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Amalie Munk

I usually wear very casual and dark outfits, so I carry jewelry and bright lipstick with me when I go out. You never know what the day will bring :)
Also, I always have a small roll-on perfume from Clean with me, I believe that smelling nice is a big part of feeling good and being confident.
Thanks for always creating great content on YT!!

Lots of love from Denmark! xoxo

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Natalia Bolt

Hi Sophie! I would definitely recommend to change the colour of lipstick to make it more bright and it would be nice if you would choose a bright nail polish. More accessories and maybe some statement earrings . And voilà ! :)

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Hava Rosenfeld

Hi, Sophie!

It truly can be a hassle deciding on a suitable day-to-night outfit, and of course it very much depends on what the day will be spent doing as well as what type of night out it is going to be (dinner, drinks, clubbing, etc).

Keeping all that in mind, there are certain classic moves that one can't go wrong with:
One can choose to focus on different areas, such as hair (have your hair down during the day and then up in a bun at night or vice versa. Using a fanciful hair band can work wonders!), make-up (nude lip daytime and bold lip nighttime or light eyes daytime and smokey eyes nighttime, or even sans false lashes daytime and adding false lashes nighttime), or jewellery (different necklaces/earrings for day and for night or even adding rings and bracelets)
What I love about these above is that they do not require carrying heavy items around; some hair bands, travel make-up kit and jewellery pieces are all that is needed.
Another area of focus can be the outfit in itself:perhaps untucked blouse/shirt during the day and tucked in during the night - it is important to note that vice versa does not really work for this because, if one were to untuck for the night, the shirttail would be all rumpled. One can wear a pair of black (skinny) jeans because, no matter the weather or time of day or night, they can be appropriate for different occasions. A dress that cinches in at the waist and then flares out is also always good because it can be both decent for day and elegant for night, especially in addition to all the other tips above; a statement belt that does the cinching in for you is also a great addition to the outfit for nighttime.
One can also focus on accessories: Depending on the day activity of course, a mini bag can easily be taken from day to night, but I daresay a small-to-medium bag can also work, because they can hold just enough for daytime and can still look elegant enough as well as compact enough for nighttime. As for shoes, the classic switch-out of flats-during-the-day for heels-during-the-night is always a good option, but I'd like to add that one can wear a pair of wedge heels or other comfortable heels that look good both daytime and nighttime and stay in them from day to night; this works if comfort is the main issue, but if the main issue is the need for a different look, then the classic flat-to-heel option is the way to go.

My personal preference is really to combine most of these tips together! Individually they do spruce up one's appearance, but even collectively they work because they are each subtle enough that, when put together, rather than form an exaggerated appearance they give the impression that one indeed had the time to go home, get changed and come out again looking fab!

I hope these tips come in handy for anyone reading this, and thank you very much Sophie for the chance to enter this giveaway!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Julie Dams

I have this hot pink summer dress, with a flowy skirt. The top has a very beautiful back, perfect for a hot summer day! If I have to go to a party, I take a more night-time appropriated skirt, which can go over the dress, since the top of the dress then works as a top!
Furthermore, I usually add some eyeliner and a statement lip, which makes you look more polished in a second!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Amber Bothamley

Quickly before I start, absolutely loved how this was put together. Was an absolute pleasure to read. I will definitely be back to your blog more often!
Now my tip as an Aussie (Aussie Aussie ausssie oi oi oi) , is to wear strappy sandals and a plain block coloured dress. Black is the easier option but I reckon white is oh so elegant for the right occasion. You'll remain cool in the summer heat and not look out of place in the day time. As soon as night time comes around just apply a luscious coat of your fave red lippy (preferably one that makes you feel fab) sometimes it's not about what you wearing but how you're wearing it. Any outfit looks good with abit of confidence behind it x

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Pia Chersicola

I think a lot of what makes an outfit more ''night'' is the attitude, so whatever changes your mood will also change your outfit!
I feel my best in the right pair of shoes, so my go to is always change the shoes!
Oh and highlighter, always glow up your makeup for the night, just puts you in the right mindset!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Kimberly Leung

Love the cute purse ???? I need one!!

Bring a smaller purse. Change from flats to heels. Change lipstick and wear a statement jewelry. Taking the jacket out and underneath wear a cold black shoulder dress.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Tamika Eastley

Love this blog topic Sophie! I like to wear a versatile knee length pencil skirt, and underneath my 'business' top, I will have a little lace silk strappy number on. Nothing takes you from day to night like lace! A touch of red lippy and I feel evening appropriate! If I want to go further, I'll smoke up my eyeshadow and spritz some hair product in to 'shuzh' it up a little bit! Hope this helps some girls out there! xx

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Lori Smith

I'm glad this contest directed me to your blog. It's fabulous! My tip is to wear a simple dress that can be styled down for day with understated shoes and bag and styled up with a glitzier bag and shoes for night.


  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Maria Live

Wear it on a lunch date with a super skinny jean. The built-in black tank with layered lace tunic can also be tucked into a skirt for a night .
2)sexy dress( night) with sweater or t-shirt(day)
3)crop top(night) under a shirt(day)
4)If there's one color that works well throughout the day, that color is black. It's sleek and sophisticated.
5)Florals (dress), little animals, and other prints are definitely for day and night-party.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Heidi

Dear Sophie

Absolutely love this look you have created. It definitely has the potential to suit many different occasions.
My tips for taking the outfit from day to night:
- Red lip
-Glittery/sparkly (golden/silver) eyeliner just a little bit on the upper lash line to brighten the eye
-Shoes that have a intricate detailing/or a color that stands out

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Mariam

-Change the perfume to change your mood
- take off my watch and replace it with simple eye-catching bracelets
- carry a small pouch and let go of my work purse
- wear heels and change lip color to a darker one

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • khaoula qaissi

One can never go wrong with a plain black dress, you can casually wear it with flats for the day and dress it up with heels for a night out. Make up is also a great way to transform a day outfit into a night outfit. Bold eye make up and a bold lipstick make my day outfit ready to rock the night.

much love to you Sophie xx

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Christy Elizabeth Llewellyn

Love this outfit! I like to keep it really classic, something simple and that I feel really good in. Even keeping bang on trend, maybe an off the shoulder top and some mom jeans but a really killer pair of heels and a good bag can take you anywhere. Confidence in yourself and your outfit is the most important thing and maybe a cheeky glass of wine too!!!
Lots of love,
Christy x

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Diana

Dear Sophie,

Even though I have never won anything in my life I want to comment on your blogpost because I have had such situations in my life really often in the past. When I was a student I had to go to the university and after that to meet with my friends and go for a drink or just hang out together.

So my tip number one always was to take a pair of pumps with me so I can change my shoes in the evening.
The second must have is to take a bold lipstick with you so that your makeup looks more define and appropriate for the evening.

Thank you for reading my comment. Just wanted to let you know that your motivation videos on YouTube inspire me to work harder to achieve that life standard I want to have.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Lisa Brouwer

I always wear a simple classic outfit in the day that I feel comfortable in and flats...
To glam it up in the evening I just pack some heels and really spice up my make up with lashes and lipstick. And I always curl my hair a bit before I leave work if there is time.
I feel best having my make up and hair on point and the rest just comes together:-)
Love you Sophie !

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Josefin Zimmergren

Hello lovelies!
I live in Sweden and I work as an executive assistant at a city theater. We don't have a clothing policy but I personally would never wear jeans to work. Black pants are my to go style :) We sometimes get together after work in a nearby bar for some wine and my best tips for styling the work outfit is
1. Tie your hair up.
2. Put on a statement necklace.
3. Put on a bright lipstick.
Good to go and minimal of stuff to carry around!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Micaela De Freitas

Hey Sophie,

Thanks for the useful tips ????????

I switch my accessories to more blingy and statement pieces after work. I also either wear a bolder lipstick or top up my eyeshadow with a bit more sparkle or a heavier smokey eye - which only takes 2 minutes or so to 'update'. Some blotting sheets are also really useful to quickly refresh your makeup! Also I would wear your Velvet Luxe Lashes - which are perfect for day to night ????

Best thing to wear on such a day is a dress or a skirt - as it would work really well for a night out by also can be really appropriate and professional at work ????


  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Georgina latham

I would say you can get away with wearing short fitted skirt in work if your wearing tights underneath with flat shoes. Go for a toned down makeup look and hair in a tidy up do.

In the evening take tights off, swap to stunning heels, apply bold lip or eye colour (or both if u want) take your hair down give it a ruffle. Swap work jacket for casual denim or leather like the video and go an enjoy your night x

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Emma simmons

Small changes can totally switch you from day to night - refresh your makeup adding a statement lip, swap a few jewellery pieces for more statement ones - pretty earrings for example, and a more dainty bag can make you look and feel more dressed up!!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Cassandra

I just dress in all black, try to carry a relatively small bag, throw on some highlighter, lipstick, confidence and I'm good to go ;)

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Jade Wilkes

My tip would be a light weight blazer maybe a brighter colour then normal! Like a baby pink or a pastel blue, with some jet black jeans and some heels.
Another outfit idea would be a white soft blouse with some pastel coloured trousers that go down to the ankles, with some luxe heels. Add some bangles or a necklace then you are good to go!
Also another tip of mine - do normal make up for work then just before going to the event/party add some black or brown eyeliner and smudge it out, to create a intense bold smokey eye look. x

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Zara K

Hi Sophie!! Absolutely love your videos and your general content!! I also love how you're not one of those typical youtubers that show off their wealth once they gain subscribers and get a significant income from YouTube.

-in the past I've tried this and it works! I went for a nude pink jumpsuit which is perfect for work and evening. I accessorised this with a choker, a brace ring and some statement earrings (drop pear ones). I tied the outfit with Louis vuittons but it also looks good with valentinos. The bag that worked with this outfit was the black Louis Vuitton bag and it matched the shoes (bonus). And for make up it was a natural nude look with a little lipgloss. (Since I can hardly ever manage to wake up early).

Any ways my advice is:
-wear something that is both suitable for party and work. I've mentioned a good jumpsuit but a sleeveless blouse tucked into a pencil skirt will also be perfect.
-although Sophie mentioned another set of shoes, I would pick just one since I had carrying extra stuff. Perhaps not the usual black heels, maybe a nude set of heels. Or if you're into luxury brands, perhaps invest in Louis vuittons. I'd say valentinos but in one of Sophie's videos she did point out that it scuffs easily and after a few wears.
-go big on accessorises but don't over do it. I typically would go for a full hand of rings and a little choker. But if you don't want to overdo the jewellery for work but for the party then take it in your bag since they're very small objects.
-general colours for this sort of predicament is nude, pastel, whites. Just general light colours.
-with bags, I'd suggest the diorever or maybe a Chanel. If you don't have that then any other small bag that fits both work stuff and is small enough for the evening.
- finally with makeup, I'd actually take two sets of lipsticks. One nude for work and on the way for the evening, I'd change it to a bright red or any other statement colour that matches the outfit. Perhaps a deep purple?

Any ways, hope that helped and good luck everyone!!!! xx

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Bethany Russell

My tip is to not be scared to experiment!!! There's always tomorrow and work that outfit girl ????????

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Sonja Hajdarovic

Cao Sophie,

You gave perfect advice on day to night outfit. Key thing for me is to look fresh so maybe I would change the top. Also refresh the make up because during the day it gets oily and it's important to look put together. Hair is also imporant so during the day keep hair out of your face like in ponytaile than at night put it down. Big neckless or earrings are like a great thing to lift the all outfit up. At night leave the sunglasses in the bag because we tend to forget and keep them on our head. Put parfume again. These were my few tips.

Hugs and kisses fromthe sunny Balkans!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Valerija

First of all Sophie, I would like to say that I enjoy your videos. You are a true inspiration. As a person, who likes minimalistic clothing this bag would be a perfect pop of color. My favorite go outfit for this summer is a pair of nike's air max shoes or white sneakers, blue cropped trousers and white/ cream color shirts and tops. Also, the main accessory is a cross body bag. I have a small collection of cross body bags, so this bag would be an amazing addition to my collection.
P.s. my birthday is on 9 th of July, so it would an amazing gift!
Lots of love :)

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Margaux Balduck

Hi Sophie,

Loved the video and the blogpost, you always have such good ideas.
What I would do to change my appearance from day to night would definitely have something to do with my hair. During the day I like to style my hair in a classy and sophisticated way, but during the night it is always fun to let my hair loose and enjoy my natural waves. In my opinion you immediately look a lot more casual and relaxed. Something I love to do as well is add some special jewelry pieces that grab peoples attention. And last but not least, you can always change your makeup. An eyeshadow look with some nice colours or an eyecathing lipstick is always a fun idea.

Xxx Margaux

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Carlotta

Love this post!
My piece of advice would be to bring an eyeshadow palette and two different lipsticks so that you can use a nude range of colours during the day and switch up to darker/brighter colours during the evening!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Elvira Hyvönen

There are several ways that I use to transform the outfit from business day -> to night out / restaurant appropriate.
1. I use combination dress + jacket during the day, in the evening take the jacket off.
2. Neutral eye make up, neutral lipstick during the day, red lipstick at night. Red lip instantly transforms the outfit!
3. Have chunkier-shinier earrings or necklace or broche in your purse during the day and put them on before going out.
4. Having a smaller purse / clutch bag during the evening. I either put a smaller purse inside of my big bulky business bag or have a combination laptop bag+small purse. Then I leave that bigger bag at a storage and I am good to go.
5. Use of shiny elements: some settled buckles or crystals on your clothes will not attract too much attention during the day, but will catch the evening light nicely.
6. Use of fancier fabrics. I just love my black satin jacket with 3/4 sleeves. Comfortable during the day, but also evening appropriate. Chiffon also look chic.
7. Suede shoes with / without decorations. Suede shoes by default look more dressed up. Add some color or some decorations and you have your pair of business to evening shoes.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Erin Russell

I always go for a dress or a shirt top combo like this, and keeping extra shoes in my bag is a total must! I will always change my hair to move it over to night time. I typically wear it down during the day, then at night I will tie it up into a bun - I have an undercut so when I tie up my hair it makes a bold statement without having to do much, and on extra special nights out I will add glitter or colour into it, so when I tie my hair up at night it makes a stunning reveal. add in some stunning statement earrings and some bracelets - and you are good to go!

I really love your videos, and that bag is beautiful! Thanks to Farfetch for allowing the giveaway too! You have such great tips here too from everyone! Good Luck!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Noa Gott

My personal tips for dressing day to night is to wear something classic but casual. Accessories are a perfect way to make the outfit look more put together. A bag I would choose the Chanel classic flap, it's a perfect day to night bag. You can make it look casual and dressy. And you can never go wrong with a nude make up look.
Thanks for the opportunity Sophie! Greetings from Beverly Hills.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Sonia dhillion

Hi Sophie.

My idea is wear a blazer dress that will cover your bum. Your obviously gonna wear short underneath. So during the day if your going with girl day out say shopping. Wear the blazer dress open, shorts and a vest or bodysuit showing . Since the blazer dress will be open. Wear givenchy ankle boots alike
Then during the night remove the vest or bodysuit. Close the blazer dress so all you see is a bit of cleavage. Keep the boots on and there you are you have a sexy look . With sexy legs showing and peek a boo cleavage. Then day vibes oh look at me . No effort/relaxed preppy but not too preppy look.

Another thing you need to do is wear a nude lip in day and red at night. Or you can have a nude lip for day and night. But during the day don't wear eyeliner . Just clear mascara where as in the night put dark pencil, masacara & lashes.

The main goal of this look is that in both day/night . You would feel put together but in both looks it would seem as if you just grabbed whatever without a thought or effort.

Your still comfortable, edgy, sexy , girly and posh but not over the top. A more minimal approach.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Julia Simon

Dear Sophie,
I really love your videos. This one is especially helpful to me because I usually work on weekends and the dresscode is quite strict (we have to wear all black and white, look elegant, wear natural makeup,..). So afterwards when l go out l like to make little changes as well.
I bring my anastastia beverly hills modern renaissance pallet so l can alter my makeup afterwards, l bring a pair of high heels matching the bag to change into (l can't wear high heels the whole day during work) and sometimes I wear off-shoulder dresses or blouses with a black jacket at work and later I'll just take off the black jacket and I'm ready to go out.
I hope that these tips can be useful to anyone and I send my kindest regards!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Petra Ture?ková

Hello Sophie. I would definitely go for LBD in a day with snickers and leather jacket, for the evening with high heels and leather jacket. Changing the colour of lipstick, more accessories as some statement earrings, hair up and here we go :) I would also choose a statement handbag in middle size which is appropriate for both situations. Have a nice day, P.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Christine Lan

The best way to last from day to night is
1. Make your look simple. It easier to go through the day if you dont have that much going on.
2. Wear minimal makeup or have a natural look. Natural makeup works for both day and night, and doesnt require that much touch-ups during the day.
3. Wear comfortable shoes. It really doesnt matter what kind of shoes you wear, as long is its comfortable, otherwise your feet will kill you halfway through the evening.
4. Bring two bags. Bring a large bag and put a small clutch within that bag. When its time to go clubbin, ditch the large practical bag in the car and take the clutch with you instead!
5. Dont wear tight clothing. Small outfits may seem cute for the night, but they are horrible for a long day. You will feel so physically drained even before the evening.
6. Dont tie your hair in the day if you want a straight hair in the evening. Your hair will have formed a weird shape thanks to the pony tail, and it will form a bump around where you have tied you hair.
Finally Sophie, I just want to thank you so much for doing this giveaway. I have been your loyal subscriber ever since I saw your 'Balmain called me fat' video, and you are my favorite youtuber in the world. Your videos give me life and please dont stop making them. Thanks again Sophie!
Xoxo Christine

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Susan Klein Hofmeijer

Hi Sophie! My best tips would be to change the jewellery. And also depending on what you a wearing the rest of the day add or lose a jacket. I also would change the shoes of course! And maybe touch up or change my make up a bit. For example change your lip colour or put on a little bit more eyeshadow!

I loveee your videos and blog!! It gifs me a time to just for a flew minutes watch, relax and learn something about designer stuff and how to afford it! I don't have anything designer jet.... unfortunately.
But I hope in the furture maybe when I leave my parents I get the change to buy something for myself!

Love Susan from the Netherlands<3

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Julia Sjöberg

First: I love this look!
My best tip is to switch out the accessories, from falts to heels, a bag for a clutch! I always wear brights, but if you have a more of a monochrome kind of style, switch up like your bag or shoes for something more eye-catching (like this gorgeous bag!) As a lipstick junkie I always keep some extra lipcolors and falsies in my bag at all times, so pop on some falsies and a statement lip amd youre good to go!

Been following your youtube for quite somr time and love your videos! ????????

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Elizabeth Angelova

Great video! The outfit is stunning, but really anything would look good on such a beautiful woman with such a great body!

My advice would be to go with a simple professional looking dress and bring a really pretty staylish statement necklaces. A piece like that can completely transform a simple dress in a neutral colour.
Another thing I do is choose a dress or a top with an interesting, maybe more revealing back. It may be backless or with interesting straps, etc. I wear it with a nice blazer or a cardigan during the day and take it off at the party. The revealing back makes the look sexy and more appropriet for a party.
Carrying around a lipstick in a bold colour is also a great idea. I usually switch from a nude lip gloss during the day to a matt wine colour lipstick.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Rachael H

A summer floral dress you can easily change from day to night. For the day time, i would wear it with basic flats like converse or ballet shoes, then change to heels in the evening. With this, i would add a leather jacket or a blazer and then darken up my eye makeup and add a dark lippy. You can never go worn with adding a bit or sparkle on the eyes either!

Really enjoy watching your videos Sophie x

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Sandra Steffensen

My best day to evening trick is a structured t shirt or top made from thick fabric that holds its shape. The thickness is important to hide the contour of the evening dress or jumpsuit I'm wearing underneath. This gives me a day outfit with a top and pants/skirt, and a completely different look when I take off my top at night.
I pair it with a medium sized bag that fits my essentials and a tightly folded top inside :) This works better for me than to carry around an extra, casual jacket to put on top of my outfit during the day as well as making sure I look completely different without having to rely on a car or somewhere to store extra items.
Have a lovely day, Sophie!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Tejal Bajaj

To seamlessly go from day to night, to need to pick something that you would wear on both occasions by themselves (so nothing like a compromise). For me, that is flared pants. They look great in the day, and in the night. Even at a club, they would still look great. Pair them with a nice silk, sleeveless top, a statement necklace, a great pair of heels and you've got yourself a great outfit!

In case you didn't get what I was saying --



  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Mara Alexa Badicu

I think the best way to transition from day to night is having clothes that aren't too colorfull yet aren't boring so that you can really style them up in a bunch of different ways. If you don't want to actually change clothes, the way you style them can be the transition. As well as your hair and especially your make-up. So for the night, untuck your shirt, let your hair down and bring out that smokey eye! Hope this is some good advice!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Charlotte Dykes

To create that smooth transition between day and night I would say the key accessory is a choker. It is easy to carry even in a small bag or clutch, as by adding it to your day outfit, it introduces that sense of fun whilst maintaining elegance to any outfit. I would also suggest only having one pair of shoes as who always wants to be carrying another pair of shoes on them? Of which can be heavy, space consuming and just inconvenient. My alternative would be block heels/wedges as these are both practical and classy and wont burn your feet, perhaps with some floral embroidery to spice them up that could also match the choker, so you can feel confidently coordinated at night.
The outfit is tricky however, for summer I would wear a nice romper or jumpsuit paired with sunglasses to create a summery/bohemian vibe, but as night falls, swap the sunglasses for the choker and you have got yourself a slick and simple outfit which is comfortable and party approved.
Finally, makeup. For the day keep it neutral and natural, with a high quality foundation (so you don't have to apply this later) with contouring and brows done, then when you need to you can add a bright lipstick then perhaps some eyeliner depending how easily you can get it right first time.
This is personally what I would do in this situation and I believe others could take something from it. Love your videos you beauty xx

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • LC Greig

I would wear a pair of black trousers, a black jacket, black heels and a white dress shirt during the day. And in the evening, I would put on a red lipstick, wear a CC gold or sparkle brooch and put on some perfume. I'll be ready for day to night without carrying anything around that doesn't fit in your small black Chanel purse.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Sublah Hassan

It's honestly just better to keep it simple, but add a pop of color to make sure it brings the whole outfit together, like the shoes and the bag. It's also good to wear a piece of outerwear as you can transform and change it up when you want

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Rifat F

Hi Sophie!

My personal day-to-night look transformation strategy involves three accessories that you can easily carry: a pair of heels, a skinny metallic belt and an interesting pair of dangly earrings. During the day, I would suggest wearing a long tunic in a strong, graphic print paired with neutral cigarette pants, paired with comfortable ballerina flats and a medium to large neutral-coloured handbag in a classic style.

When it's time to get ready for the party, take off your trousers, switch your flats for some killer heels in a bright colour, wear the belt over your tunic and pop on your earrings (don't forget to match the the belt and earrings to the handbag's hardware). To finish the look, smooth on great smelling moisturiser on your legs and arms, touch-up your concealer, smear bronze eye shadow stick on your eyes for a messy, smokey look and dab on some lip balm for kissable lips. Twist your hair in to a messy bun, stow away your folded trousers and flats into your handbag, and head out for an enjoyable evening!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Carol belfon

Love the bag ..I will wear a dress black or white and use the same jacket for the night time and the pink shoes and bag .thank you love your videos

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Isabella Pytka

My tips for dressing day through to night include:
- Always having versatile lipsticks in my handbag (usually a neutral and a red)
- Wearing shoes that are both stylish (a heel or a boot) and comfortable
- During the day wearing a simple eye look but packing a liquid eye liner in my handbag to add a statement cat eye for the evening
- Packing a rollerball perfume in my handbag to top up during the evening; as well as chewing gum !
- Wearing neutral or monochrome colours that are classic, but also enhance my figure

What I sometimes do, because I work in an office, I plan ahead. If I know I am going out for a special occasion, I will bring makeup, toiletries (especially a toothbrush and toothpaste), shoes, clothes and a clutch with me to work and then i will change before I go out and leave the bag in the office until the next day ! Works a treat !

I love your Youtube !

Isabella x

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Estelle Silm


My tip..

Just be yourself! If you want to wear something that is considered overdressed, then just do it. I'm the one who goes to my workplace in bright pink makeup or smokey eyes every once in a while just because I want to and that's fine, it never should be not fine. So, occasionally, when it it's necessary I'll just go to work with full on party mode! Haha

Ps. Wasn't aware of your blog or I just hadn't had the time to drop by. Now I'm following!

Greetings from Estonia

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Zara Smalley

A cute, short, a-line dress is my go to when transitioning from day to night - especially in summer! Smarten things up with a blazer in the day. A medium size statement handbag is practical for the daytime but will definitely glam up your evening. Neutral high heels complement any outfit and can definitely look both smart in the daytime and party ready in the evening. A delicate necklace in the day can easily be swapped over in your handbag for a statement necklace at night. Pair this with a coat of red lippy over your more neutral day colour and you are good to go!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Cat Perrins

How beautiful is that bag, and how generous is this competition darling girl- thank you! I love your channel- personally I think if you've got a beautiful Chanel baby with you (nope baby is NOT an autocorrect haha) then you already look ready for anything, so if only I had your collection! But my top tips are actually make up related. First off fresh foundation always makes you look better so I bring a cushion foundation with me so I can reapply. Secondly and mostly for summer I carry a mini body oil with me so I can put it on my legs - it smells amazing and also just gives that 'just got out of the shower' look! Hope that helps and fingers crossed I win the hot pink bag of my dreams!!! Xxx

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Nadezda

If i have to be all day out and then going straight to a party i will probably wear some jeans and shirt and a blazer.For the shoes and bag i would inject color too.And i think i will carry some statement jewelry with me which i can put for the night.
You are lovely ,Sophie,your videos are always helpful????

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Angelika Szymanska

Dear Sophie, I also don't like summer for the same reasons : running makeup, sweating and crazy hair, when it's humid! I get your pain!
But in the last view years I have learned how to rock the summer in style and class.
Always wear a dress! It is always fantastic, when woman wears a dress and you don't look to casual!
Always have perfume and powder in your bag! Always!
During the meetings put your hair in a loose low bun and when you get to the party let it loose. After long day you will have amazing waves! Try!
Jewelry is essential! Put a massive necklace in your tote, so you can wear it with the dress in the evening!
When it comes to shoes always one choice : classic black leather pumps! Not too high!
That's my manual for summer. Keeps me fresh and elegant! Kisses! ????

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Laetitia De Vis

I would wear a nice blouse and a skirt (like you are wearing on the pictures). Next I would chose for my heels with studs and my leather jacket.
And ofcourse I would take an extra pair of shoes, depending on what I would do during the day.
Then I would do a easy make up look with a wing (to give it just a little bit extra).
Because I think this look is appropriate for everything.
Next I would take a medium sized shoulder bag. Because I need to have my deodarant and perfume ofcourse.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Eleanor Clary

For going day to nigh it is important to make changes quickly and easily but still look and feel comfortable. Changing from flats to heels will make a big difference in an outfit, adding jewelry will also help. I personally love putting my hair back or up. I also think adding some lipstick and eyeliner will give you better night vibes. Thank you for all your amazing and helpful videos Sophie! You are such and inspiration to me. I am an aspiring fashion merchandising major and hope to someday join the industry.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Karen Slowski

I am a nurse so my afterwork to evening is not easily done. However, I travel a lot and one of my go to tricks is to bring a bright heel and a black blazer to throw on over the dress or outfit i was wearing during the day. Instantly makes me feel a bit more done up for the evening.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Isabella S

I have it down to a science..
A form fitting LBD is the base. Layer a blouse on top of the dress, so it appears as if you are wearing a pencil skirt. By nightfall, all you have to do is take the blouse off ( it will look like a new outfit!). To be a little extra, choose a dress will a dramatic neck line (you don't have to worry about this during the day because it will be covered).

I also quickly curl my hair in the morning and twist it into a bun, this really helps because it will look freshly curled when you let it out and will give the curls time to set. Add heels, a clutch and red lipstick and you will be killing it.

P.S I totally understand where your coming from, I had a similar situation happen to me. It took a while but I think I found the perfect formula that works for me, hopefully helps everyone else too. Also, I wear a leather jacket too, because it transitions from day to night so well! xx

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Kirsty mills

Hi Sophie,

I LOVE a bit of bling so a gorgeous gold or silver sparkly statement necklace is a must for me! It changes the look completely and glam in seconds I also love an all black outfit with a colourful bag and shoes with a matching lipstick ???? unless I'm wearing gold or silver ???? It'll be red lipstick then!
Love your videos ???? XxX

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Rox

i think a pair of heels and just a little make-up adjustment can do wonders if you want to dress up a summery day-to-night outfit????????????????

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Alicja

I have a few rules when it comes to day to night look. First of all, I make sure that I take my makeup bag with me so I can refresh my look after the classes and I also take a lipstick in a vibrant color so I can add it in the evening. My clothes this day have to look good, but also be comfortable, it's crucial for my level of confidence. I actually can't be bothered to take an extra pair of shoes with me as I take a subway or a bus, so if I choose heels they have to be the ones I already wore few times so I know I would be fine after 10h. Finally, really important are my hair, during the day I would wear a ponytail or a bun but in the evening I like to wear them loose and I think that the hairstyle can actually change a lot every look that we go for.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Dano Sa

My tip:
During the day, wear a sleeveless or spaghetti strap jumpsuit with a neutral t-shirt underneath it. It makes the outfit more casual.
During the night, simply remove the t-shirt and add some fancy jewelry.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Jessica Kotov

Dear Sophie,
I really enjoy your youtube videos every week and am happy you are giving us the chance to win this gorgeous bag.
My tip for day-to-evening wear is to wear a pair of dark blue skinny jeans with a black top with crystals on them and cover with a suede or leaker jacket. I choose a colorful bag (e.g. pink) to give the whole look a pop of color. I would also bring makeup in my purse to give myself a more smokey eye look and red lipstick before heading out for the evening.
Thanks for being awesome!


  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Tanya Vivona

Hi sophie,
My tips would be to:
1. wear a dress with leggings/ tights for a more casual look -remove the leggings for a different look
2. Go from a nude to a more striking red lip
3. swop your flats for heels
4. Add a blazer to a t-shirt
5.add more layers of mascara
6. Change your big bag to a smaller purse
7. Add nail polish colour over your clear polish
8.add earrings
9. Let your hair down from a hair bun
10. Add a necklace and watch
11. Change your phone case
12. Get your red car out and leave your black car at home -kidding :)
13. Get your camera
14. Put your bigger smile on
15. Get some inspiration from your favorite show, song, stores or social media sites
16.add your favorite perfume and lotion

Ps. Love your videos

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Paola Hernandez

I'm a teacher, it can be hard to pick clothes in the morning to be appropriate to teach math to middle schoolers and then transfer to a dinner date, my secrets:

1. Nude peep toe wedges ( comfortable for all day )
2. Clutch with essentials ( I have several to pick from by seasons) inside my teaching tote. A mini shoulder bag also works.
3. Bracelets , I like to layer them always having a bold peace to complete the outfit.
4. Retouch my make-up adding some shimmer to eyeshadow.
5. I keep my earings and necklace simple.

I enjoy feeling put together, fashionable with a simple touch, and that is also away to connect to my students is fun to go shopping with them for their homecoming or prom dates. Modest and appropriate is my rule.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Evdokia Stergiopoulou Kiourtsidis

Lovely Sophie, my tip is to wear a nicely fitted dress. For daytime I might wear a blouse underneath which I might take off for the evening. For the evening I would freshen up my hair and wear a reddish lipstick. As for shoes I woul pair it with block heels so that I would not have to carry an extra pair. Regarding accessories simple pearl earrings are appropriate round the clock. And not to forget! Perfume! This sumner I am loving Tom Ford Orchid Soleil! And the handbag would be the one you are giving away! Love from Greece.?

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Lê Hoàng

Hello Sophie
Here is my tips.
If you wear a white shirt in the morning and a black skirt. At night you just add some jewelry or a choker or you can bring a long necklace
Remember to put down your shirt buttons so everyone can see you jewelry
Or else you can add a leather jacket
If you want to bring extra shoes, you should bring it in black, sequins, red, colorful and eye catching
Also you can just bring a sequin skirt and a bag that can change in to a cluth that can fit all of your '' make over '' stuff

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Paige Tiedeman

For a day-to-night look I would wear dark jeans or dress pants and wear foldable flats all day that you could then swap out for cute heels and hide them in your purse. Then I would also wear a nicer t-shirt style that you could then add a statement necklace to for night. Also switch your lip color for a darker color or more vibrant for the night look. Love your Youtube videos!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Nancy Anderson

Hi Sophie, You had some great ideas and I love pink also. I would wear a LBD with a flat ballet shoe and either blazer or jean jacket. I would wear small pearl stud earrings in the day and at night bring on the bling with big, bold Dolce & Gabbana earrings. I would have a pair of red heels, a small box Dolce & Gabbana handbag along with red lipstick. I would pop when I make an entrance at the party.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Vanessa Pintea

You know, I can't lie - I don't know how to 'transition an outfit' - I literally bring an entire separate outfit if I know I'll be going out after a normal work day. I'll change anywhere: a Starbucks, my car etc. Most of the time I have to change my hair and makeup as well. I'm a little high maintenance, I know. Boy, I hope I win that pretty pink bag!

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Tanya Dozortsev

For those situations when you need to be gorgeous during the day and cheeky at night party, I wear a good pair of dark jeans that both very comfortable and very flattering to the figure. It can be slightly ripped as well. On top I'll choose a plain good quality t-shirt and scarf ( well depends on the weather). To be comfy to walk all day I'll wear flats.
For the night transformation, I usually change to high heels, add a tailored jacket and some stand out necklace for the plain t-shirt.
But what really makes me feel ready for a night party is a adding a bold lipstick and a deep and slightly sweet perfume.

Dear Sophie, love watching your videos and getting inspired, keep creating ????

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Tatyana Fursa

My tip would be a black sleeveless jumpsuit. It would look great during the day with a blazer. and at night at a party it would look very chic with pumps minus the blazer. Also a red lip would look great with the outfit day or night.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Kosha Kapadia

I love menswear paired with very feminine heels. I feel like if you get a button down you could wear it normally with a pencil skirt or some trendy pants. Then in the evening you could in button it and wear it in a stylish way by tiring it up or buttoning the bottom half and making it slouch over your shoulders so it's a sexy menswear look.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Pamela Wall

I usually wear my most plain, black A-line skirt with a more eye catching top to go with it. Sneakers dresses the outfit down, and a pair of nice heels dresses the plain skirt up for the night. I usually go for the same makeup all day and then just add an edgy lipstick when going out. And I often have a small sparkly clutch in my bigger bag during the day, ready for action in the evning! When i dont want any extra heels to carry i simply wear ballerina flats all day and all night and instead keep a pair of statement earrings in my pocket to dress the outfit up later.

  • 06 Jul 2017
  • Caitlin Randell

I think you've said really good tips fashion wise for day to night looks!

Make-up wise I think a glowy face makes for a better transition rather than bringing along extra lipstick etc. A glowy look can be both professional as well as young and fun!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dee P

Thank you for doing this give away Sophie!!!

I follow all your tips and without sounding redundant I would...

1) Carry around some bobby pins to quickly change my hair
2) I love cardigans, either add one or take it off
3) Go for a brighter lip color in the evening

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dana Thompson

Cute look as always! Love the pinks. I pack extra jewelry like necklaces and earrings to add to the outfit later. How to do this safely I'm not sure yet - I've managed to lose several pairs of earrings doing this so I need a more organized system for sure. I also tend to bring a small portable black eyeshadow - instant smokey eye for evening you wouldn't want for day but can be added on top of the day makeup.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jules

I am really enjoying your channel and the great information and reviews that you provide. That purse is super cute. For me when I go from day to evening, I basically just brighten up my makeup. I go for a brighter pink lipstick and put on a bolder piece of jewelry.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Anda

Love your post!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Marina Michaelides (diamondp143)

I love your ideas and agree that a fancier top should be paired with a more casual bottom (and vice versa). I think adding a blazer or a jacket to jazz up the outfit works splendidly. Changing accessories can also change the outfit...studs in the day, hoops or dangle earrings at night...just a watch during the day...add some bangles at night. If you have a purse where the shoulder strap can be tucked in, making it a clutch in the evening is dressier in my opinion. Then switching shoes from ballet flats to pumps as you stated is one of my go-to changes from day to night. Also, something nobody mentioned is makeup! I'll bring eyeliner or dark brown eyeshadow with me. I'll wear a copper eye during the day with lashes and mascara. For my night outfit I'll swipe on the smokey dark brown and add liner to my upper and lower lids. This makes such a big difference from "fresh daytime" me--to the "sultry night - on-the-town" me. Love you Sophie! My birthday is in a few days and I'd love to win this adorable purse :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kathy Wei

Hi Sophie,

For me, if I have to wear an outfit out from day to night, I'd start with the makeup. Not over the top so it doesn't look cakey. Just light natural makeup so that your outfit can be as versatile as you want it to be. If your makeup is too heavy, you are more likely to look overdressed than what you really are - a statement lipstick is ok! Keep it simple, natural so that you can look work-ready and then classy in the evening. Now, for the outfit, if you're planning to wear two-pieces, go for a casual top which can pass for formal. To do that, you'll need to look at the quality of the top. The quality can really make something look more classy and formal - something smooth and light weight. For the second half, wear something formal, be it pants or skirt. For a jacket, definitely casual or a coat (if it's winter). If you prefer something that's not a hassle, then of course, go for a dress. Much more easier because some dresses are made to fall into more than one category. Now the colour of these items should be neutral, basic and monotone so that you can go crazy with everything else. Bag, heels (make sure they are comfortable or if you're bothered, bring flats!) and your accessories can go crazy. They'll bring out the outfit more. Earrings, I'd prefer to keep it simple, be it studs or simple drop earrings because you don't want to look like you're telling everyone that you're going somewhere in the night, during the day, with your statement earrings.

To finish it off, you can style your hair however you deem appropriate and the makeup will compliment everything. Also, after a hard day of work, because your makeup is simple, it's much more easier to touch up.

Always, loving your videos and also your lashes haha!

Hope to see more from you. I absolutely love your fashion sense.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Janel

If I have to go out after work I always wear a skirt to work and a nice top and then add jewellery amp up the makeup and always amp the shoes!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Stephanie pace

I usually do a little black dress with a denim jacket and ballet flats for a day look and then for evening look take off the jacket add a chunky necklace and heels. Voila!!! I love your style Sophie!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Giuseppa

Hi Sophie, love this post. I do similar to you go flat shoes to heels. But i do also up grade my jewellery i tend to go simple in the day and go more statement at night e.g. my simple tiffany chain necklace in the day and a nice statement piece for the night lke the amazing star piece you wore in your youtube. I also change up my make up. A simple light look in the day with a nude lip. For night i add an ey.e shodow to the crease and a bolder lip.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • kari testa

Day to night need to change the shows and maybe use a button up shirt that you can button up all the way for night and open for day and bring a blazer or shawl to wear over you

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Olga Tsedrik

Hello???? My tips are #red lipstick# fantastik jewelry# sexy parfume (l like D&G 3 l'imperatrice) with total black or nude outfit these tricks will work perfect. And if we have an opportunity to change the purse and hills to something awesome ??that would make us self-confident and the chances to have a great evening double?

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lily Iglesias

I change the shoes, the bag, the lip color and the hair. I might wear a casual braid during the day and at night I will have pretty loose curls. 12th of July is my birthday, hope I win :D love your vids.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Naficeh Toosi

Keep it simple during the day with wardrobe staples. Black trousers, simple white top. I love the trick with the tote bag! Throw a cutch and a pair of heels in there and switch it up before the evening!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sarah khoshaba

I think this bag would look amazing with a matching lip stick and a patent leather high heels along with a monochromatic color for the outfit, i think i see it bit more of a day wear with a professional look, trousers, a dress shirt or blouse, along with the jacket. But it can be matches with a black dress some black heels and the bag would be a beautiful pop of color for a night look.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Bing Bagaoisan

love love this pink Handbag...
Love wearing just white shirt and skinny jeans
With a blazer during evening event and black heels shoes. Simple..

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Teighlor Melton

So I go to work, straight to school and then i will sometimes go out with friends and I don't have time/gas to go all the way home and change! So when I can't have a small duffle bag of options I just leave in my car I try to layer as much as possible! Or keep a small skirt (and always hoop earring!) that I can change into after and that will completely transform an outfit! I am super guilty though of keeping a stock pile of clothes in my backseat lol thank you for giving us all an opportunity to enter Sophie you are seriously so genuine, please don't ever stop putting out your amazing content!!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Hanna macek

If I'm going for a day to night outfit I'll wear a very plain skater dress in ether a black or dark blue with flats and a very colourful scarf. And throw a statement neckless in my bag and then swap the scarf for the necklace and the outfit goes from casual to dressy.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Anusha Charania

Hi Sophie!
I am constantly running into issues with transitioning my outfit from a day to night look. One thing that never fails for me is going with a simple monochromatic look for the day time with a bronze glowly makeup look with no eyeshadow or eyeliner during the day and when it's appropriate to transition into a night time look I throw on some heels and a fitted leather jacket. (I usually do that in the winter).
During the warmer months I love wearing my little white dress. During the day I'll wear it super simple with maybe a denim jacket and sandals and to transition I'll take off the denim jacket, throw on a statement necklace and of course HEELS!

No matter what the weathers like I'll always transition my makeup from light and simple to adding some eyeliner to darken up the eyes and a bold lip.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jill Armstrong

Love your videos SS. To change up my day to night I make sure I'm wearing a crisp white coloured blouse so in evening I throw on loads of junky chic necklaces to dress up my outfit add a red lip fluff the hair and done. Xo

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Emelie Melin

The outfit: The LBD or little black dress is My best friend when I need an outfit that goes from day to night. What I alter is that in the day I will match the dress with a nice pin (goal is to
Have a pin from Chanel) or a nice statement necklace. Come time to go I will leave the statement pin at work and either choose to keep the necklace or switch the necklace to some fun earrings.

Shoes: I usually opt for a nice ballerina flat that work both in the day and night. I will on occasion keep a pair of heals on hand just in case the occasion calls for it ( otherwise I looooove my flats).

Makeup: For makeup I keep the eyes and lips neutral during the day but will play it up with my favorite red color when I leave for the party making them pop! This is my best (and lazy/quick) day to night makeup trick.

Hair: My hair will usually be kept in a low semi tight bun during the day and come time to go out I let my hair out, revealing slight curls that the bun has created during the day.

And done :)!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Naaz Nasar

Sophie! Loved all the tips and outfits as always! I've been a viewer/subscriber of your channel for the longest time and I'm a huge fan of your content.
What I usually do when planning a day to night outfit is:
1. Go for something high waisted on the bottom, usually high waisted black jeans because it's easy to disguise as "pants" for work. I just feel like this gives me a flattering silhouette.
2. Keep the top simple like a buttoned white blouse I can partially tuck in to have that "off-duty model" look, if you will lol
3. Accessorize with bold statement necklaces and shoes (some open toed heels during the summer or edgy boots during fall).
4. Add some mascara and eye liner to my day make up to add some extra oomph!
I really hope you are able to read my comment, would love to win that gorgeous bag! XO
P.S.- Not to sound creepy or anything, you have beautiful feet! ????. I have a strange pet peeve of people not taking care of their feet and wearing shoes which expose most of their foot. But yours look great! Lol hope that wasn't too much. Much love ?

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Shelby Cloer

Hey Sophie!

Thanks for letting us have a chance to win a great bag!
My advice: If I'm dressing for both business meetings and a party, then I know two things. One, I need to be comfortable because it's going to be a long day. I would wear a skirt and a cute top with a blazer, or a simple, but classic knee length dress with a blazer. Dresses make me feel more comfortable, so I would probably choose that. Also, I would bring a second pair of heels that I would keep in my car, because you never know. Being stuck with a pair of shoes that end up making your feet hurt is never fun. Second, there needs to be a balance between appropriate business and party attire. I also find it really hard to have both in one outfit. I think the best way to do this is with accessories! You can really make an outfit more cute and flirty with shoes and jewelry. Usually pops of color and a little sparkle works for me! Sorry for the long post lol! Love ya girl! Your videos are my fav!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Catherine Zilber

Thick jersey fabric (like the white t-shirt Sophie is using) is a great day to night solution. Depending on the season it could be wool, sick or cotton. It could a dress, a skirt or a top. It doesn't crumple. Then you can dramatically change the look by taking off a business jacket and going barer, putting on a dressy cardigan or jacket, adding a belt, adding statement jewelry, and/or super dressy heels. Unlike Sophie, I don't think that white t-shirt would make it to night for me because I would definitely spill on it!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Stella Maina

My tip for a hot summer day that will still look great in the evening. Light chiffon or silk top to make sure I don't bake on the day with a pair or skinny pants probably a light neutral color. Pair that with a short heel for the day(I'm
5 ft n flat shoes are not my friend much), evening do a pair of heels and accessorize with jeweler to dress the look with the right small bag.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Cindy Iaia

Obviously switching out the shoes is a must. But a really chunky belt like the Gucci black with stud pearls or a Chanel will totally up the outfit from blah to BAMM!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Melody Cooke

Hello Sophie!

I believe the most important thing to change your look from day to night is to apply red lipstick - no matter what you are wearing (color, dress vs shirt and pants, heels vs flats), the red lipstick completes the look and puts attention on the face, the most important and beautiful part of the look!

Plus this is something that looks great/ classy on everyone yet inexpensive and easy to apply.

Keep up the awesome videos! You are so inspirational :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Arlene romena

I really think a nice pair of heels is the only thing you need to spice up an outfit

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Denise Richardson

Hello Sophie,
What a wonderful day July 12th is It's my birthday! I love fashion and I love color to add a little piz-zazz to any outfit. Besides my shoes, jewelery, and handbag I love to wear a head scarf fixed in the front twisted to look like a flower. I get so many comments when I wear those. And I also bring along an extra jacket or a summer shawl or wrap that also adds a pop of color. Add lipstick that compliments my outfit and a lovely perfume to complete everything.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Irene Kajitani

What I do is change my shoes from a flat to a higher heel also I put on a bolder piece of jewelry for evening , it might be the necklace or a bracelet or both .

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Cheryl Lopez

My tips for changing your look from day to night:: Day look: Wear a black fitted dress with a blazer, blocked shoes, use a medium size handbag, wear your hair up in a bun, with nude lipstick and light makeup. During the night take the blazer off, change to a little purse, let your hair down should have a wavy look from the bun, put red lipstick on and eyeliner for a cat eye effect and stiletto heels. You will wow everyone.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Natasha Koneska

My tip for day time dressing is to wear a white top, blazer, high waisted skirt and flats.

I tend to wear the same at night, except a nice belt, accessories and a killer heel. I take my makeup bag with me all the time and tend to contour and highlight with red lip stick for more of a night time dramatic look.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Luiza Wokan

Hi Sophie,

I work in an office and I'm always cold, so a well tailored jacket is a must. It looks smart both for work & play.

I would pair the jacket with pencil skirt, feminine button blouse (I would unbutton for a flirty look) and comfy heels ( I prefer to and wear same pair of shoes day to evening).

I use a large Gucci tote most days with a small bag inside for evenings, when needed ( Furla's Metropolis in fuchsia is my go to for evenings out lately)

For evening, high shine gloss over lipstick and my big smile :)

For an extra special touch, I pin my CC brooch on my skirt , close to my waist

...and I'm set. Woot!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Eva Galang


DAY: use bright color dress and light lipstick color
NIGHT: use a dress with sparkle like sequins and dark color lipstick


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Alejandra Ortiz

I always rely on a white blouse, you can always either dress it up, or dress it down; then I like to keep it simple on the bottoms, meaning no prints; then I add the pop of color with a niece piece of jewerly. And just like you, I always put my money right where I can see it - my shoes and my bags - I tend not to go with trendy pieces, but statement, pieces that can be versatile and stay with me for the long rode.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jules St James

When I pick something for day and evening, I usually go for a dress with tights and flat shoes, and take heels with me to the car, and after work I would then go to the loo at work to freshen up, take off the tights, pop on the heels and do the makeup. For makeup, I would go for a tinted moisturiser during the day and get a sample pot from any counter in a makeup department (estee lauder, mac, lancome) and you pop some long wearing foundation there, use your fingers, pop some red lipstick and the rest of the makeup should be fine. (I use primer on my eyelids and waterproof mascara that lasts for a long time.
I usually wear my dresses cinched in at the waist, and they always work as “smart wear” I work in the hospital and have sometimes gone straight from work to an event. Also, get some foldable flats and always have them with you in the car, you’ll need it if you’ve been on your feet all day then at night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dawn Witty

Hi Sophie!

I have a couple different tips for transitioning from day to evening.
1) Use a fun scarf to jazz up my bag during the day and then use it as an accessory in the evening to freshen up my look.
2) I love foldable flats, like Tieks, that can be worn during the day and easily stored away in the evening.
3) Go with little to no jewelry during the day and pull out a statement piece for evening.
4) I will wear my hair down during the day and the pull it up into a fun, slightly messy look in the evening. This works especially well on windier days.
5) Carry a travel size wrinkle releasing spray to refresh my outfit so it doesn't appear to have been worn all day.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Noemi Acevedo

My personal tip day to night out fit would be wearing a nice black sexy dress with my Louie vuitton handbag my perfume bottle to go nice pair of high heels . Take along my eye shadows pallette . Put on a Gold Necklace Gold Bracelet.
And just smile.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mia K

Hi Sophie :)

Amazing pictures! And I really love the shoes!!! I'd wear classical slim trousers, off shoulders top with a blazer during the day to look professional and bring evening shoes and I also often untie my hair for the evening. The hair and the shoes are a big part of it.
Greetings from Denmark

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Isaiah Jimeno

When putting day to day outfits together, I firstly look at my closet and pick the things that I'm really loving, new and is somewhat trendy. If I don't have any of that which I won't be surprised HAHA I then tend to pick the things I get complimented in or that suits my body (show your curves and what you got, don't be ashamed). After choosing my outfit, I tend to opt for my basic and eye-catching jewellery and the same goes for the shoes. I would then rock out my day with my head held high and my bag for the week. However sometimes when choosing some day to day outfits I also tend to look at a model, stylist or fashion page for inspiration.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Despina Kirketsou

I love how simple your look is and how just a pop of color changes the whole look effortlessly! By changing the purse and the shoes you can change the attitude of your clothes easily????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Michelle Meyer

My tip for day to evening is to keep the top and bottom a bit more simple and bring with you some jewelry...a great necklace and earrings can really change the look of a simple to and jazz up an outfit. Of course a great bold lipstick to slap on for the evening look can really transform your look.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Erica Rankin

Hello Ladies! As for myself, I'm a very simple person. One way I love to change up an outfit from day to evening would be with shoes and accessories. Say I'm wearing some distressed denim cut at the ankle and a white button down. For the daytime I'd wear a simple necklace, some stud earrings and sandals paired with a large handbag. To switch it up for evening I'd change to a stiletto heel and a statement necklace. I love the chunky necklaces with a lot of sparkle and colorful pieces. Also, a small handbag just to carry the essentials. I love how you can play up and outfit to be simple or to be dressy. Even a solid colored simple dress could be elegant for a night on the town if it's played up with nice accessories or played down with some cute sandals or flats for a day of shopping.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Christine Alexander

Any top and skirt, but pack jewelry, eyeshadow and a travel curling iron - ready in 15 minutes!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sahar

Big fan of your as your glamorous and amazing one of my fashion coordinator, plz kindly i wanted that bag so bag as it is so cute, always a big fan, love sahar

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Trisha Elegino

Hi Sophie!
First off, just wanted to mention that I am a big fan of your videos. As a medical student that's almost always in scrubs, I rarely get a chance to dress up and your videos let me live vicariously through you and your outfits! Anyway, since I usually have to carry a lot of things with me as I walk to the hospital, I try not to carry too much extra items. To transition my outfit from day to night, I first off wear shoes that can be casual but also dressed up, in this case plain black sneakers with a small white platform. In this way, they are comfortable to walk in during the morning and still look chic in the evening! I pair this with plain black jeans and an embellished t-shirt. Since the shirt is already embellished, I don't need to bring any extra jewelry with me to the hospital. Lastly to dress this outfit up more for the evening, I would wear a long black cardigan and a dark lip to go with it. In this way, I don't have anything extra to carry with me besides the cardigan and lipstick and still get to look chic!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Inna Misan

For me "little black dress" is the best choice in that situation! Elegant, simple, comfortable! Before party you can always add any extra things into your look - jewelry, red lips, clutch or change your shoes into heels. It works always perfectly!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kate Stewart

I work in a very casual environment. I live in cardigans and ballet flats. To change quickly from day to night, I wear a strappy shirt under my sweater or blazer. If it's low cut, I'll wear a cami underneath. When it's go time, I take off the cami and cardigan, change to some heels and slap on some red lips and extra eyeliner. Easy as pie!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Patricia Chin

For me, I wear a dressy top with a skirt. For the formal outfit, I would cover the dressy top with a structured blazer. For me, anything with a structured blazer looks automatically professional. I would also choose to make my jewelry during this time to be minimal. I chose a dressy top because my transition to the night outfit will be to simply take off the blazer. The top and skirt will be my main night outfit. If jewelry matches, I will also wear more statement pieces to dress up my night outfit. If I will be outdoors a lot, I will wear my blazer over my shoulders instead of putting my arms through the sleeves. This way, it is not so formal and can be a dressy casual look. I would carry a large flexible bag that can fit my blazer, jewelry changes, and other necessities. For shoes, I would wear a kitten heel with a pointed toe so that it can be both formal and casual at the same time. For my hair, I would simply carry a giant clip that can hold up all of my hair to make transitions easy.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Raynes Owen

I think the best way to transition from a daytime to evening time look is to add a little drama to your makeup. Change that everyday nude lip into a bold red or a statement maroon. Add a little dimenntion to your eyes with a darker look (in the ladies bathroom ????) and a pair of extreme yet flirtatious lashes!!! Change of shoes from flats to heels, a little spritz of hairspray (travel size of course) and some self positivity and you're ready to strut your stuff to the bar for a cocktail with your husband, girlfriends or the queen herself.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Shannon Moody

I love to take a small makeup bag to intensify my look. Also a blazer or cute jacket, shoes and accessories . A quick and easy swap!#

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jennifer Dias

My tip is to keep it simple but have confidence in what you wear. Even if you wear all black or all white in the day, it just takes a bright flash of colour of a statement peice like earrings,a belt or necklace, or bag and shoe,to take yout to evening. This will have a dramatic effect and have an impact on making you feel stylish with very little effort,works everytime. .........54 years old and feeling fabulous......

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Florina Baliuc

Hi Sophie,

I love the shinny trend right now - you can find now quite a lot of clothes which can look good in a party setting and are also fit for the office. Last week I wore a pink t-shirt with sequins under a white cardigan for work, with white skinny pants and nude sandals. I did take my Also clutch with me for the night (the over-the-top "Daromara" - quite a hit in Canada). Everything looked put together (I think...) and got a lot of compliments. By the way, I have been inspired to wear pink after watching your your tube videos, so thank you for that!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Shannon Townley

Go day to night go to tips are

1) darker lip and slightly dramatic eye
2) a nice blazer or jacket
3) smaller bag for the evening
4) and a FABULOUS pair of shoes!

Keep those videos coming girl! We love

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nicole Witkowski

I find going from day to evening to be such a challenge.

While watching your video, it occurred to me that something I would do is wear a particularly risque jumpsuit (think an all-white get up with halter, plunging neckline and wide-leg, flowy pants) to kill an evening look. To make it work for daytime, I'd team it with a tailored shirt, like a smart, black button up, worn over top. To switch to night, it's simply a matter of removing the button up and leaving it in the car or rolling it up and stashing it away in your bag (wrinkles can always be steamed out later!).

The key to winning a day-to-night outfit is making the look easy to transition; the same approach applies to make-up, hair and shoes. Minimal make-up can be made vampy by adding a quick cat eye with some liner, and choosing a bolder lip colour. Wearing a high pony during the day means your hair will sustain you through the evening with built-up volume once you let it down. A simple shoe with a mid-height heel is an ideal option because it keeps you classy all hours of the day and lets other elements of your look do the talking.

Finally, a smaller type of bag keeps you looking smart during the day and is practical for evening.

Hope this tip helps you babes to look your best, always!

- xo

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sheikha Al

Hello Sophie,
I would like to say that I have been watching your videos for a year and 3 months and I cannot stress enough how amazing you are and how you inspired me with my designer purchases, fashion and style.
I am a teacher and I wear a hijab so most of the time I need to find hacks and tricks to make fashion tends and designs work to me.
When I find myself in need to go from a day to night look at summer these are my prefrences:

1) light makeup and nude lips + warm tone eyeshadow.
2) wide leg trousers and a shirt (could be ruffled, bell sleeved or any shirt that isn't plain).
3) a comforable stylish shoes (like YSL espadrilles or Chanel).
4) cross bag and dainty jewelry (rings and bracelets or a watch).

1) l would add a sparkly eyeshadow that is simlier to the shade I already wear (stilla magnificint metals).
2) change the color of my lip to bold colours (wine red, orange or pink).
3) wear a comfy heel (l love my Christian Dior heels jadior and classic Louboutin).
4) I can keep or change my cross bag to a clutch.
5) wear a sequin or embellieshed cardigan, vest or jacket to spice up my simple day look.

These are my quick day to night prefrences if I didnot have time to change my outfit, I simply add and I'm ready to go.

Have a nice day Sophie xoxo

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Suteera Pongtepupathum

My go-to daytime appropriate and night-out outfit is sleeveless or short sleeve black dress with a jacket. With a jacket on a black dress, you are ready for the meeting with clients or doing sth that is formal. Once you take the jacket off, you are ready for the night out with friends. :D

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Methuli Nanayakkara

My personal tips are based on the rule less is more. When you go to work, you can begin with a base- a plain outfit but bring some crystal necklaces and colourful pumps that can accentuate this for the evening look. What I do in these situations is wear my party dress with a light sweater over the top (to only show my floaty skirt). Furthermore I change my lipstick and eyeshadow shades for an evening look.

Love your channel. ??

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Tania Garcia

These are some of my tips from day to night.
-Bring and extra pair of comfy shoes
-Bring an eyeshadow quad to be able to go from a natural eye to a smoker eye.
-Have an emergency small makeup bag with all the things you could use. Like band aids, lip balm, comb... etc
-Wear clothes that you can do multiple outfits. Have some extra clothes so that you can change from day to night.
-Wear jewelry that will make a statement when you walk into the room.
-Also your lipstick wear a nude during the day, but at night have a bold lip.
-Have a small clutch to carry your essentials ??

  • 05 Jul 2017

Hi Sophie,
First of all id like to say thank you for a great opportunity, ive watched your videos since day one and absolutely adore your channel. I even have the notification bell on, haha!

Also what a fantastic video, i really enjoy your videos and content, you totally deserve many subscribers.

So my tip is this;

Its all about jewellery for me! I find a beautiful piece of jewellery can change an outfit, my normal day to day look is usually something neutral as i prefer light colour clothing, to spice things up for an evening id usually wear a nice chunky watch with a statement necklace, i have so many haha, branded watches like Daniel Wellington & Kate Spade are my favourites alongside other brands!!

Finally, what a gorgeous coloured bag. Stunning pink colour, my fave!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kristin MacCaull

Hi everyone!!

I find the easiest way to amp up your look for evening is to add a statement necklace and a bold liquid lip that'll last through dinner and drinks.. Also, a good idea is to keep a small face palette in your purse. Make sure it includes a blush, bronzer and highlight (like the Too Faced Peach face palette) -- you can literally apply over you day time makeup for more drama. You can fit all of the above in a small bag like the GORGEOUS one in the giveaway. Also, pulling your hair up into a topknot could add to the look. #SlayTheDayLadies

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Yuval Malchi

Hey Sophie, love your stuff!!
My device for a day to night look is to wear a black bodycon dress. In the daytime you can style it with colorful flats, some matching purse. Going to the evening I would change the flats into rocking heels, maybe throw on a belt, some jewelry!
Love you xox

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Heather Atkins

My tip for changing the look of an outfit from day to evening is to use jewelry to embellish your basic look. Dont be afraid to go over the top with it and its easy to carry with you!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Adria Martin

I frequently go day to night, and to add to this I go to the gym in the morning, and head straight to work from there.
My advice is to make sure your makeup is nice and neutral - wear a nude lip, and plain eyeshadow to work. Pack an eyeliner and a bolder lipstick with you, and apply the brighter lipstick and add some eyeliner and smoke it out with a q-tip.

For clothes, I would always go with a dress or skirt. They seems super versatile, and you can wear boots or flats with it at night and even a blazer or dress it down. For evening, take off the layers, put on some bigger earrings, and a pair of heels.

Final advice is simply to have confidence! If you act like your outfit is exactly what you want it to be, you will look like you belong!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ilmy Barajas

For me it will be a little black dress and red pumps and nice white pearls and red lipstick.
Thanks Sophie, amazing give away, love

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Josee Villeneuve

What I like to do when I switch from day to evening (without being able to go home) Is to wear a nice fitting pair of jeans and a tank top and some flats. To go to evening, I change up into some strappy pumps and slip a fancier, looser top on top of my tank. That way I look good and am still comfortable. To be even extra, add a diamond choker and a red lip and youre rocking!!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Perchui M.

I have one word, accessorize. With the right mix of accessories, you can transition your look effortlessly from day to night. Even the most subtle accessory can dress up your outfit. From a chunky necklace, to a classic broach or belt or even a silk scarf; I find that accessories are the ultimate statement piece to any outfit. Accessories give your outfit a lot of character and personality and it’s an easy way to transition your look from day to night without having to change your outfit.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sonia Li

My staple piece for going from day to evening is a printed midi dress. I work in a very conservative office, and shorter skirts are considered unprofessional. At the office, I will wear a pair of flats or closed toe pumps. At night, ill switch to a pair of heeled sandals, grab a purse that can double as a clutch and maybe add on a piece of statement jewelry. It is super easy, comfortable and can look killer in the summer!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Samantha R

Hi Sophie,

My tips are:
- Blotting papers are always great to rid yourself of any shine before you may reapply / touch up makeup
- A change of shoes
- A small makeup pouch with essentials, perhaps just some false lashes / lipstick if you are stuck on room as this can change your look dramatically
- A mini perfume / sounds gross but deodorant wipes / mini deodorant if you have been running about all day.
- If you are lucky enough to have a locker / draw/ cupboard space or a trusted friend with a car you can always have a spare bag packed with more makeup / essentials or even a change of top or just somewhere to dump a work jacket then collect the next time you are in work.
- Often when i am going from day to evening I will tend to wear slightly less makeup during the day so I don't end up with cake face at the end of the evening.
- I often usually make sure I drink lots of water and eat sensibly during the day as well to keep me looking and feeling refreshed if I know i am heading out to an evening event.

I have spent many an afternoon / evening with work colleagues changing shoes and doing our makeup in the toilets before heading off usually for a much needed glass of wine.

Love the videos and blog Sophie x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Hannah thom-manuel

Hey sophie
I think it's great to go with neutral colors most preferably a bodycon dress in the day time so you just accessorize or change jackets or take off the jacket entirely for the night time ,you can also darken your make up especially the eye make up or lipstick for the night time ,you can also carry lighter jewelry because personally I like to wear simple earrings with dresses and not too much going on at night ,I also like to carry a bag that has two compartments so you can carry the whole bag in the day and detach the smaller one to carry at night

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Eliza

1. Wear all black so you look chic
2. Wear big sunnies during the day to make your look effortlessly cool
3. Put a red/bright/dark lipstick and statement earrings into your bag for the night
4. Use a smaller bag - a tote will look too work wear

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jennie nguyen

Hi Sophie! Thank you for doing this amazing giveaway. My personal tips for going from day to night are quite simple. Most of my clothes are neutral colored (mostly black and white) because it's what I feel most comfortable in. I love accessorizing with watches and a nice handbag. The pop of color will usually be a handbag and sometimes I'll add custom jewelry. If it's an after work event, I'll bring a nice handbag and change my shoes (work shoes aren't fun!) My outfits during the day are pretty versatile and are considered "dressy" since I have to wear professional work clothes.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Julia G

My tip is to have a great blazer or jacket that can be taken off in the evening :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kailey Gray

A backless dress with a blazer, cardigan or denim jacket during the day and some cute ballet flats. Then for night take off the jacket item and pop on some heels and a lipstick! You can't see that the dress is uber sexy and backless during the day because of the jacket, but at night you can take it off for an instant night time look.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Elsie Amoako

Hi Sophie- For my tip a great day to night switch is:

Makeup----keep everything lighter during the day (less make up) so that you can top up on it at night for a more vibrant look. A good light peachy/pink liner on your lips with a creme gloss during the day is great and at night you can deepen the liner so that it is darker and more matt-for a clean and bold look. Keep blush at a minimal , and use a a faint brush of high light all over the face to illuminate. Then bring a matt powder with a an illuminating finish to use to refresh the look at night.
Clothing: Easiest method is the beautiful little black dress with blazer or cardigan on top for the day and removed or over the shoulder at night. Flats during the day--heels at night.
Hair: Curl in the morning for a beachy wave by night---and if you would like a more stylish look, bring bobby pins and pin the hair to one side for a more dramatic look at might.
Accessories: a scarf can be worn during the day and taken off at night.

Thanks :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • maddie mavro

My advice is to play around with make-up. While it may not be easy to carry around a change of clothes or shoes, it is easy to carry a small make-up bag. Throw on a more intense eye look and a bolder lip and you're done!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Emma Le

Make up wise, I would wear a dewy make up look with a soft brown eyeshadow as it's very versatile, it looks natural during the day and glam during the night. I also think you can't go wrong with a white blouse, you can dress it up or down just by undoing a few buttons! Wearing some fitted blue/black jeans with the white blouse makes you look causal enough for the day and the white blouse paired up with the jeans makes you look dressed up enough for the night. A pair of mid heals with the outfit would finish the look as they are low enough to look casual. Undoing a few buttons on your blouse and adding a chunky necklace can automatically make you look glammed up for the night! :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Hanna li

As I am not able to afford lots of expensive designer items, when I do I got for basic colours such a black, navy and browns so that I can always make any basic outfit look more expensive and quality like with the smaller items!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Esther Miranda Lima

Almost ANY OUTFIT can be turned into an evening outfit if you use a fur vest or coat. Just darken up your makeup and you're good to go.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jenesse Gal

Hi Sophie love you . I agree to go from day to night I change my accessories on basic a business casual outfit . A pare of dangle earrings and a versatile small chane bag and a dressy shoe. I would also ware a darker lip and smoke out my eyes.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jennifer Boerema

I wear a button down blouse with either pants or a skirt depending on where I am going after work. I will unbutton it a bit. Next I will change out my jewelry to something with more sparkle on my wrist, neck & earrings. Change out my shoes to something brighter and of course my lipstick. From day to night in minutes.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Matilde Duarte

Hi Sophie! You look so stunning in these pictures (as always)!! Absolutely love the pop of colour that you brought with those shoes and bag. It is such a stunning look! Also, thank you so much for doing this giveaway! I love the bag and I truly hope it goes to a subscriber that loves you and your content.

I have 3 main tips and a small extra one on how to put a day-to-night outfit:
1) You never go wrong with those basic colour such as black or white as a basis for the outfit (like you did in your look). I think that these colours look amazing and appropriate no matter the time of day. They always look classy, specially if they are more form fitting or structured than loose. (Plus, who doesn't want to look sexy for the hubby?)

2) Keep a little jewellery in your bag! In order to add a little more "nighty" vibe, why not add a little more bling bling to your outfit? Forget that old saying "less is more"!! When the night comes, girls have to go wild with their jewellery! My personal favourites: a statement necklace or some really edgy earrings.

3) Every girl's night saver: Pocket Ballerina! I don't know about you Sophie, but after a night out the first thing that I want to do is to take my heels off. Well, fear no more! My last tip is to buy some good ballerinas that can be folded and put in a bag (no matter how small it is). This way, after your night is over and you are heading home you can just put them in your feet and feel like heaven just came to earth. Plus! You can also wear them throughout the DAY and make your look more casual. Then, when the night comes just put the heels on and your outfit will look a lot different. You know what people say: a good pair of heels can help a girl conquer the world!

*Extra tip* Don't forget that red lipstick in your bag!

Thank you so much Sophie and I really would love to meet you someday in London!! x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Madeline

Well my tip is:
- Changing makeup: nice nude lipstick in the day, and a darker lip color at night as well as adding darker eye shadow for more of a smoky eye
- Shoes: from flat to hight heels
- add accessories - large necklace or fancy earrings
- from a bag to a clutch
- and of course a nice sweet perfume

  • 05 Jul 2017

Hi Sophie!!

My tips to put together a great day-to-night outfit are to wear black and white, to put on some super cool shoes and to change a little bit the make up and the hair.

For example: I would wear black jeans with a basic white t-shirt, a black leather jacket (TIP: this is, hands down, the most versatile jacket EVER!!!) and some statement-yet-confortable shoes (like the ones you chose but in red, for example).

During the day I would wear a soft eye make up and a nude lip with my hair down.

Then, before arriving to the party, I would put my hair on a high ponytail, take a strand of hair, twist it around the hair tie to hide it and then secure the strand of hair with a bobby pin (super easy and super elegant hairstyle - win/win!). I would also put on some red lipstick (BEST TIP EVER!!!: Wear black and white clothes BUT paint your lips a bright colour (tip inside a tip: red is always a good choice) that goes well with your shoes - this is such a killer look, and super easy) and I would also put on a winged eyeliner.

And there you go! A very classic yet very elegant day-to-night look!
Greetings from Spain :)

(PS: I´m DROOLING over those shoes, soooo gorgeous!!)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Fadwa Hamdan

Hi Sophie, hope you, David, and your fuzzy friends are having an amazing day. When it comes to dressing through day and night I usually consider five things.

1) Wear something classic
Choosing something like a little black dress, comfortable black heels or flats, or wearing neutral colours in general is a really easy way to go from a day look to a night look because these base colours tend to go well with each other and brighter/ darker colours.

2) Accessorize
I am a hard believer that the right accessories can make any outfit go from being dull to extradorinary. During the day I tend to stick to dainty pieces and at night I'll amp it up with chunkier jewellery or statement pieces. That way it looks like I put well thought into my outfit as oppose to coming straight from the office. Also, accessories tend to be easier to carry around and as oppose to another set of wardrobe, so it is very convienent and light.

3) Size
Let's just say if it can't fit in my handbag, it's not coming.

4) Makeup
When I do my makeup on a day to day basis, I do a look that I know will make me look fresh and awake. To amp it up, I only take three products. The first is a eyeliner. Placing a darker eye liner on the waterline and slightly smoking it out makes for a very sultry yet sophisticated look. The second is a dark lipstick. Whether it's red, purple, or pink, nothing says i'm ready for a night out like a vampy lip. Finally, eyelashes. It may be a hassle carrying lash glue, but putting on eyelashes gives the illusion of a dramatic eye look, while widening the eye and making you look more awake.

5) Good nights rest
If I know I'm going to be out all day and night it is critical to get a good nights sleep the night before. This is absolutely mandatory for both my physical appearance and mental health. With enough sleep, my face looks more fresh and therefore I believe makeup applies and looks better throughout the day. Knowing my makeup is on par definitely makes me feel better about myself and my attitude about going out as a whole. Furthermore, you need to sleep if you want to concentrate the entire day and night. Nothing is worse than recapping the night and not remembering a moment or something someone said because you were exhausted.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Victoria Anderson

My advice has a couple of options but mostly my advice is to keep it simple & chic. So mainly sticking to black and white. Jeans work so well for both day and night by adding some heels and a red lip. My other outfit ideA would be a simple or tastefully slogan t-shirt. Again changing your lips as well as your accessories you will be chic day to night. X

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Conor Creed

Hey Sophia, as a long time boy lover of your channel and blog I'd love to tell you how I make the most out of an outfit and successfully transition it from day to night, it's honestly the easiest and most simple step ever yet extremely effective.
All I simply do is wear a blazer throughout the day ( usually black) , this of course adds the overall professional and day approved element to my wear. When it gets towards evening I usually take the blazer off adding an overall casual yet sophisticated look and pair the whole ensemble with a belt. Usually this is a wide embellished belt to give a sense of style yet professionalism, however this is also great to give a more outlined look to my silhouette and cinch in that waist! Let's not underestimate the power of makeup ! Taking that smudger brush and adding a hint of blink under the eye and adding a new layer of mascara will also do the trick.
Love from a long time fan xx Conor

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nathalie Daoust

Hi Sophie, thank you so much for this exciting contest!
Here's my tips: For the day, wear a casual maxi dress with an army vest and a crossbody. For the evening just remove the vest and switch the crossbody for a chic handbag and a sparkly necklace. Voilà! Xoxo

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nicole Klein

Day to night looks DO NOT HAVE TO BE HARD!
For me personally, I like a bit of an edgy look but still classy. It depends on the daytime event as well. Sometimes I might rock some jeans with heels, fashion dress pants or even a cute skirt. But I think my soul number 1 to always HELP an outfit is my black moto style leather jacket. It can go with pretty much anything in someone's closet. It will make you stand out and look put together. OH and always don't forget to have a good lipgloss on. My favourite is a matte one.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jeana

Ah, I can't tell you how much I adored your video and blog post on this topic Sophie. I've struggled with this for years.

My go to tips are to play up the jewelry at bit in the evening. Maybe during the day I'd wear a small gold necklace or something very small and feminine looking, and then at night switch to a larger statement necklace. I have a beautiful crystal white one that pairs so well with so many different outfits.

Another thing I do focuses on makeup. I tend to do very neutral looks during the day, with little to no eyeshadow and nude lips. So at night, I can spice things up quiet a bit by popping on a bit of eyeshadow, adding highlight to my cheekbones and doing a more dramatic lip color. I love the rich darker reds tied together with a white blouse tucked into a dark skirt or trousers. And heels of course to tie it together. Depending on the outfit a colorful heel in the evening can be perfect!

So much love to you!

Keeping my fingers crossed for the bag. It's so perfectly my style, I think I would cry happy tears, haha!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Trace Ferguson

For day to night looks I usually always wear a dress that is simple and cute, but can be dressed up through accessories. I'll wear the jewelry and bag that I like, but I'll be sure to bring a pair of heels to change into along with some dressy outerwear like a blazer or nice coat. Thanks for the giveaway Sophie!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • fouzia chaudhary

well my tip is neutral colour flowy skirt with flowery top nude lipstick and light makeup to dark eyes make up in the evening stone jewellery and dark lipstick. a dark clutch with some glitter or pattern and from flats to heels and obviously red lips

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Hansen Optenberg

A handbag and accessories are my tip. bags with detachable straps are ideal. Use the shoulder strap while running your errands or just going about your day. Then in the evening, take the shoulder strap off, tuck it into the bag and bam! It's a clutch. Statement jewelry is great for day to night as well.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nadia Chen

Hi Sophie

In the morning i like to throw my hair in a bun or braids so at night when i take it out i will have curls. If i wear jeans or legging that day ill bring a skirt with me and tuck my shirt into the skirt. Also carrying an eyeshadow palate to define the eyes.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jessica

I would wear a fitted dress but with a blazer or cardigan on top for day with flat shoes. In the evening I would take off he blazer change into heels, thow on some earrings change my bag to a clutch. For makeup I will add glitter to the inner corner of my eyes and change to a bright lip.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Danielle Dunivin

I tend to wear dresses with a cardigan at work. In the evening, switch from a big workbag to smaller cross-body or clutch. I also switch from flats to heels.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Zoe Morrison

I recently do something a little like this. I was at work, and I had to go straight from there to a friends birthday party, it was a little like a garden party, so pretty casual. I ended up leaving on my jeans and converse, as they're a gorgeous white, and changing my top for a gorgeous bright pink tank, with spaghetti straps, it's also got lovely little lace detail in the back, then I threw on a denim jacket. My tips would be to go for something that's bright, and eye catching, and some wonderful accessories that are all in at the moment. Maybe some hoops and a messy ponytail along with a a nude lipstick, or if it's a night time clubbing option a good leather pant would look amazing with a messy ponytail, bright coloured tank top with a little detail and some hoops.

Congratulations on all your success, you deserve it and more! :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Yaksshana Sengottuvelu

Hello Sophie. Your YouTube videos are great. U r doing a good job. If I have to pick a dress to wear for day through to night would be a black jump suit. Black is both a professional and a party colour. The hairdo for the day would be a bun with a minimal makeup, berry coloured lipstick, bright pink pumps and a pink clutch. For the night I may go for a bright coloured lipstick. ,). Keep up the good work

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Faria Shah

I love your tips! Personally I would carry statement jewellery with me and dress up my outfit more that way for the evening xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Khadija Ahmed

I always have the problem of going out after work, so what I usually do is first the night before chose an outfit that is light and suits both work and able to go out in the evening, so i will probably chose a two piece as it will suit both occasions. Second thing I will do is make sure I am wearing my base makeup during the day and then before I am going out I will do my eye makeup (maybe the ABH modern renaissance palette) and then touch ups if needed. Also make sure you bring a different lipstick colour, such as a nude or a dark colour). My third tip is to carry accessories to glam out the outfit after work, such as a some rings and a glam necklace. But definitely the bag and shoes need to stand out the most, so maybe a little clutch with gold hardware with statement heels. Finally always carry a perfume bottle, I always carry my YSL black opium as it is such a significant and strong scent that will last the whole night!! ????
Love your review videos they are soo honest and help me chose which bags I should invest in ????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Rebecca Boschman

What I love to do is wear a simple outfit in a natural color and bring accessories along with me. In the evening out on a statement necklace and some heels and you're good to go!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ann Simson

I am 56 so I just try to look awesome all day long. My gorgeous patent Clark's that I hope will turn into Chanel heels. A blazer and top with frills. Nice dress pants and my Chanel No. 5.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Shani

Hi Sophie,

I really liked this blog post and your video on day to night wear. I recently started my own blog about fashion on a budget and advice for graduate school, as I am currently a graduate student. I love getting your fashion advice and because of you I have started shopping at SHEIN! I really like the items I got! I aspire to someday own my own channel boy or a lady Dior bag, maybe after grad school... Anyway, I have been struggling with a similar dilemma recently, as I am going to a conference followed by a vacation and I am trying to pack it all in a cary-on bag. My advice would be to get items that are versatile in style and on trend. For example I got a white dress shirt with a bit of ruffle and embroidery detail that I can wear under a suit jacket or pair it with ripped shorts or a skirt.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Zahraa khalique

Hey Sophie,
Love your channel and also your advice, purchases and general content!! For advice on what to wear, I've come across this pinky nude pastel jump suit that is perfect for work and night wear as well. It's a good balance of work and party wear. I'd personally style it with a good pair of valentinos or Louis Vuittons. Then with a choker, bangle and a brace-ring paired with some statement earrings (preferably pear shaped)! For makeup I'd personally go for a natural nude look perhaps with no foundation and a little eyeliner and mascara and some nude lipstick.

However, I know some people are keen on doing statement makeup (just not me since I can barely manage to wake up in the morning:) ) so therefore wear a white blouse and tuck that in a baby pink pencil skirt so it can look both like a dress and work outfit. And along side the accessories would be a full hand of rings and drop earrings, all tied in together with nude Louis vuittons!!

Hope that helped! xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ivana Sevic

Definitely it would be a little black dress paired with red heels and nude makeup for day and for the evening I would just put darker eyeshadow or a red lipstick. ;-)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Evgeniia Dolgova

My ultimate tip is to stop half-way and focus on one thing to elevate for night - makeup, accessories or clothes. Just one of the thee at a time. I'm either bringing a makeup bag and tweak things with shadows, mascara and lots of smudging, or I take a necklace and a pair or earrings to add on later, sometimes, as you Sophie mentioned, bringing an extra pair of shoes is really helpful. And the third, if it is not makeup or accessories, then taking a statement jacket or a detailed blouse always saves the evening.
Picking only one of the three makes the whole look effortless and sophisticated. You never want people to know you actually spent time preparing ;) we all woke up like this!! Xxxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Trace Trace

For day to night if I do not have the time to go back and change, I will usually:

1) Bring an extra lipstick for brighter shade
2) Use a versatile day to night bag eg Chanel
3) Day at work: shift dress with blazer, night just the dress
4) I will wear my bright Red Ferragamo 7cm pumps through the day into the evening
5) Bring a small bottle of perfume with me
6) Wear a classic pair of earrings eg Dior/ Chanel
7) Bring my liquid eyeliner to enhance the eyes

That's what I usually do!

Thanks for reading Sophie

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Trace Trace

For day to night if I do not have the time to go back and change, I will usually:

1) Bring an extra lipstick ???? for brighter shade
2) Use a versatile day to night bag eg Chanel????
3) Day at work: shift dress ???? with blazer, night just the dress
4) I will wear my bright Red Ferragamo 7cm ????pumps through the day into the evening
5) Bring a small bottle of perfume with me
6) Wear a classic pair of earrings eg Dior/ Chanel
7) Bring my liquid eyeliner to enhance the eyes ????

That's what I usually do!

Thanks for reading Sophie ??????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sheila

I am so in love with those shoes! I wish I could wear heels myself, but I have back problems so I have to stick to flats.

I think pointed flats especially velour can look just as appropriate for the evening as a pair of heels and they will not make you look overdressed during the day!

Jewellery and other accessories can change a day outfit into an evening outfit so easily and a nice necklace and clutch fit in every purse! I get in the car, I put on lipstick, which I don't wear day to day, change my watch for a bracelet and the purse for a clutch and I'm ready to go!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • My

For me a knee length bodycon dress (so it's appropriate for workplace) with a thin jacket is the best outfit (in my opinion). You can take of the jacket outside of the workplace if you want to, but you still can rock the look while have them on. ;) and nude lipstick is spot on ....


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Samantha Ring

My tips for moving from night to day:

(1) bring a dark lipstick for the evening
(2) bring an extra clutch
(3) accessorize : bring sleek jewelry, a really chic jacket , or a nice scarf

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ornella

Hi Sophie,

So first things first i love watching your videos, you are beautiful and a nice person, don't change yourself.

My personal tips would be to wear some black, white colors, classy but comfortable, a pair of nude or red comfy heels, silver rings, bracelet with a charm, cute small velvet choker or a necklace, sparkling silver stud earrings, a makeup with a pink old rose matt lipstick that you darken for the night with a soft gradient eye makeup + feline eyeliner, a small cute bag, a lightweight elegant blazer for the night, open hair with some see through bangs and finally a sweet warm perfume that works all day/night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Adereterial

I do this a lot due to work! I use jewellery & accessories as much as possible.

For the day: I'd go for a full-ish skirt, a simple top and a cropped cardigan or denim jacket, with either ballet flats or Converse, depending on what I'm doing. Really minimal jewellery - simple studs, and either a bracelet or necklace, my wedding & engagement rings, and possibly a watch. If it's cold enough that I'll be wearing a jacket or cardigan all day, I might wear a top that has some interest on the sleeves or at the back - I've got a couple of tops with beaded sleeves or intricate designs on the back. I'd usually team those with a plainer skirt and a simpler top with a fancier skirt.

To switch it all to evening wear - I might ditch the cardigan or jacket completely. I sometimes wear a sleeveless top and then carry a pair of Wingz with me to pop on for the party. They're just sleeves and an elasticated part that sits around your bra - in lace in the right colour they can transform a sleeveless top or dress. If I've worn a top with beaded sleeves or an intricate back I'm all set - but if not, I might add a bigger necklace, sparkly earrings and/or a sparkly cuff bracelet. Switch shoes into heels or sparkly flats - I've a growing collection of very fancy shoes that can turn a fairly plain outfit into something very evening-ish once they're on!

Don't forget the hair though - I wear mine simply but will carry dry shampoo with me to give it some lift for the evening!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Maja Majewska

Hello Sophie & everyone!
This is such a perfect coloured bag!
Right,so I'm probably one of those people that everyone calls the fashion geek. If you open up the boot of my car you'll see at least three pairs of heels. I like to keep a black blazer in my car which transforms every single look into an elegant one. I will always be a believer in accessories being the game changer.Its all about the simple clothing styled out with the heels and designer goods makes the whole outfit put together. You can always have a short sleeve top under the blazer which becomes more 'night time' once th blazer is removed. So you have the option of looking elegant you can also transform it in seconds.I think make up is important too,so I always say that changing from a nude lip to a red lip is a game changer. Light Smokey eye can be transferred into a dark one easily too. I usually stick to a simple black or white top and top it up with the blazer or a cardigan,but take it off when work is over. Also wearing a choker makes the outfit more of a night time one. I think a pop of colour works magic too so I tend to try and go out of my comfort zone,instead of sticking to blacks and whites I add bits in red or sometimes nudes as well as mauve. A shoulder bag replaced with a clutch or shoulder bag also makes the look more of an evening one, lots of love Sophie xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Vidya TC

Hi Sophie,
Yours is a lovely channel and your style resonates with my style aesthetic. Love watching your videos. My day tends to be quite hectic and I carry a tote for the day and because I don't have too much time to go home and change or the necessary space to change into completely diffferent outfits before heading out for the eve on weekdays, I prefer carrying smaller thins which can fit in my tote and which will radically change my day look to a night look. (I don't see an option which lets me upload pics here).
Day look:
I tend to wear cotton / light flowing clothing in the morning because of the weather here. I pair it with a smart watch (Tag Heur), hair in an updo (as I do a lot of running around), a pair of great heels (if it's an indoor day) or flat booties / Gucci sneakers (if it's a run around sort of day), my Cartier love bracelet, Bobbi brown lipstick in berry raisin (nude-ish), urban decay mascara and eye pencil, handbag with a strap for an outdoorsy day (celine trapeze / givenchy slouchy pandora) / Tote bag if it's indoors / diamond stud earrings given as a gift by my husband, day perfume from Loccitane (love the fresh smell)

Night change :
I always carry a pair of gold / nude with diamanté detail flat sandals for the night in my day bag (love the ones from Steve Madden / Valentino for both price options), change lipstick to Mac Red, wear my hair down, change out my earrings for danglers, spritz on some Chanel Change. I also carry a small WOC in my day tote and all of the above fits easily in my day tote.
I also put on some Bobbi brown / Becca shimmer highlighter for the night.
So those are my tips!! Have fun!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Data Howie

Hey! Great blog post as always. I loved your outfit that you put together! My tip is always keep the outfit simple. I like to wear jeans and a nice top - then accessorise tailored to the event you're going to. Much love xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Safia Yusuf

First off, love your channel and your outfit in this blog post
My tip to transitioning is:
1. Wearing a maxi dress that you can cinch in for evening wear w/ a belt
2. Changing from flats to heels
3. Pulling your hair up
4. Nicer perfume

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Diana kamar aldin

Okay for me it's a really quite hard question because I suffered from it for a couple of months , it's hard to be in college or in work and u have to go to event with same clothes. What i do is : start my day by wearing natural T-shirt color like ( white , baggie, ...) Wearing a sime high heels like 6 to 7 centimeters something u can walk , stand for a couple hours without get crazy ????, again don't forget it should be comfortable shoes???? . and for the evening i take with me a color blues or light jacket actually i have a black jacket with some extra details????, i put it in my bag or in the morning u can tide it to ur waist don't worry u will look cool , in addition take with u some accessories like two rings or big necklace ( don't miss this step it can completely change the look) . now I am ready when the evening is coming i through the jacket on my shoulder ( to look stylish) ,wear the accessories and put red lipstick and then I will be ready to event . ????
Important note don't wear sneakers if u want to go in night because what ever u wear with it u will look casual.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Virginia Abernathy

Day to evening.... Hair, Jewelry, Attitude! What more could a girl need?! Thank you for all your fun videos.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Joni Ivankovic

In NYC it is very common to go from day to evening party or dinner. I prepare everything to have on go. Depending on the season in summer a dress i dress it up and down from a flat shoe to a heel. I m more on blacks and navy blue colors but in summer I add colours. My colors are green,purple and yellow. White as well. I love sailor style too. Definitely I play with colors and accessories and I make sure I m comfortable as in New York you have to walk. If in New Jersey then it is easy because you go from the car into a venue. A light jacket or poncho is a good idea because of air conditioner. It gets cold inside the office.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Delacia Nicholls

Love love love the skirt. U paired it well. It sense of style is the best.

My tip is to have a slight change of hair, makeup and accessories. And accessories are small so walking with them shouldnot be much of a hassle. Also bags that can be both cross body during the day and shoulder or clutch at night will work wonders.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sarah MacNeill

Hi Sophie,

Something I learned from you, the best advice I can give for killing it day and night is keep it basic and classy. An outfit that fits and flatters your body perfectly with some cute accessories can look good no matter what the occasion!

Huge fan of your videos, keep up the great content!

Sarah xox

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jenny Rai

Hi Sophie :) I would add drama to a day makeup by adding a darker lip or adding a pop of colour to the eyelids. Putting on a stunning necklace or gorgeous pair of earrings can inject a little sparkle for the evening. Switching shoes is also helpful for the evening- an inch higher maybe! You can instantly amp up a simple LBD or bodycon by adding a belt. I love to spritz some Lady Million or Tom Ford's Noir which is perfect for the evening.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Beth Parsons

HI Sophie,

I work in an office so this tends to happen to me most Fridays as me and the work girlies like to go for Friday cocktails!!!

When I have plans after work and I need to look half decent (we all know the struggle after an 8 hour day in a hot office!!) I love to curl my hair in the morning and lock it in with hair spray and I know it will last until the evening. I will do really simple make up in the morning ( foundation mascara and brows) and then before i leave work i will put on some eyeliner eye shadow bronzer and usaully do a bold lip...

In terms of an outfit.. I am blessed to work somewhere with a smart casual dress code! I usaully would wear a pair of black skinnys to work with a nice top with a denim jacket or blazer ... in the summer months I love to wes light duster coats! Then chuck on a pair of heels that will bring the outfit together! I love matching my shoes and bag so I usaully go for a little shoulder bag which will work with my day and night outfit... then add a pair of statement earrings, a watch maybe add some braclets and your guaranteed to feel fancy!!

LOVE the shoes in this post they are fab. Every time I read your posts or watch your videos I always end up adding to my to-bug list!


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Leah broomfield

Hey Sophie x
i love your videos so much and just wanted to say how much you inspire me to work hard and achieve my goals.

My tips for dressing up an outfit at night would definitely be to add a statement piece of Jewellery to your outfit in the evening. You'd be surprised how much this can dress up an outfit. And then also take a matching clutch bag xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017

Hi Sophie, my absolute favorite way to transition an outfit from day to night is by switching jewelry. I personally prefer to put bigger jewelries, a nice ring and a statement necklace. I also change the color of my lipstick and finally I put my hair up away from my face to make the jewelry show even more.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Priyanka

Hi Sophie love your videos.
My best tip for a day to evening outfit. Is adding some jewellery to your evening outfit. I love doing a dress especially a LBD dress I usually do a more casual shoe so a plain pump or flats. In the evening I will change the shoe to some heels either with some colour and I will add a necklace or really nice earrings. I don't do both because I think it's to much. I use the same purse if I can and carry the jewelry in the purse so I don't have to change purses. Also changing my makeup a bit so either I go for a darker lip in the evening or I add an it more eyeliner and eyeshadow to make it more dramatic.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Chloe Wynter

I have found simple make-up changes can bring a look from day to night! I tend to wear metallic earthy tones like copper and brass during the day, which make a great base for a cat eye and red lipstick at night. A simple switch like that can turn a white-T and jeans

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Matilde Duarte

Hi Sophie! You look so stunning in these pictures (as always)!! Absolutely love the pop of colour that you brought with those shoes and bag. It is such a stunning look! Also, thank you so much for doing this giveaway! I love the bag and I truly hope it goes to a subscriber that loves you and your content.

I have 3 main tips and a small extra one on how to put a day-to-night outfit:
1) You never go wrong with those basic colour such as black or white as a basis for the outfit (like you did in your look). I think that these colours look amazing and appropriate no matter the time of day. They always look classy, specially if they are more form fitting or structured than loose. (Plus, who doesn't want to look sexy for the hubby?)

2) Keep a little jewellery in your bag! In order to add a little more "nighty" vibe, why not add a little more bling bling to your outfit? Forget that old saying "less is more"!! When the night comes, girls have to go wild with their jewellery! My personal favourites: a statement necklace or some really edgy earrings.

3) Every girl's night saver: Pocket Ballerina! I don't know about you Sophie, but after a night out the first thing that I want to do is to take my heels off. Well, fear no more! My last tip is to buy some good ballerinas that can be folded and put in a bag (no matter how small it is). This way, after your night is over and you are heading home you can just put them in your feet and feel like heaven just came to earth. Plus! You can also wear them throughout the DAY and make your look more casual. Then, when the night comes just put the heels on and your outfit will look a lot different. You know what people say: a good pair of heels can help a girl conquer the world!

*Extra tip* Don't forget that red lipstick in your bag!

Thank you so much Sophie and I really would love to meet you someday in London!! x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Meriem

I always try to dark at the bottom and white or bright color on top or accessorise it with staple necklace and choes.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Emily young

My tip would be to bring a statement necklace. Either wear a simple necklace or no necklace during the day and for nighttime I add a statement necklace. This is especially good as during the day I tend to wear neutral tones at work so bringing a brightly coloured and stunning piece definitely adds a pop of colour and brightens up an outfit which makes you stand out far more.

Love your YouTube videos, thank you so much for them!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nancy Sopková

Hi Sophie I have to say, that I love watching your videos (???)
For me little black dress is a perfect example how easy you can change your outfit, by removing the blazer jacket for example that you layered over a simple black sheath. Then, add shine, sparkle or texture with your shoes and accessories.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Zoe Hearn

My best advice for be to vamp up your day make up ready for the evening, and with regards to outfit; a black top and bright trousers/skirt... but make sure you're comfortable! Perhaps try some wedges or boots :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Bylgja Lindal

Hei Sophie :)
Firstly carry a sample size of your favorite evening scent - spray it on
Carry extra shoes with you - something colorful is always fun!
If you have your hair up let it down and vice versa.
Switch up your jewlery to something more glam. along with your lipstick and voila! * for ultra sexiness i would highly reccomened Dior 999. :D You are evening ready in 10 minutes, no need to change your outfit, few small tweaks make the biggest difference :)

Hugs Xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kay ali

I would suggest keeping it all neutral throughout the day. Simple white cami/blouse and a pair of skinny jeans. With a little cross body bag that has a gold chain detail. For evening, add a tailored blazer that has good lapels and gold detailing, and a pair of statement shoes!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Suzette Brewer

My tip is to wear a nice camisole under a sweater for day. You can easily remove the sweater and this changes the top for evening. Pair with a nice skirt and Mary Jane pumps that can be worn for both day & night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Charlotte

Hey Sophie, I love that bag!!
My biggest tip would definitely be for the people who need to switch their day outfit to a night outfit but don't have time to change. I would personally wear neutral makeup during the day that can be glammed up at night. As far as clothing goes I would bring a pair of heels and depending on the outfit, a beautiful jacket to make it look dressier. My final tip would be to dress up the out fit with a major jewellery statement piece that you might consider to big for a day outfit. These are some easy quick solutions to dressing up a night outfit! xoxo from Australia!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Linn Hoang

For me and what I usually do for a "Work on day, party in the night" kind of day, black or white jumpsuit is the best choice, you can never goes wrong with a jumpsuit, it's sexy, ladylike, intelligence. A good black wedge or chunky heels are comfortable so you can have them in both locations. You can complete the look with a pair of jewellery and a red lipstick and you're ready to PARTAAAY.


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Fionnuala Lyons

Almost forgot. Smile. An outfit whether it's day or night isn't complete without it. Posture is also vital. Head up shoulders back and show off your outfit

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kelly Dugas

Thanks for sharing your tips and here are my tips for dressing day to evening. I typically wear a full face of makeup and will pay attention to ensuring I have good full coverage that will last through the day and evening. I will bring a brighter lipstick like fushia or red depending on what I'm going for on the evening and some concealer and powder and setting spray to freshen and for touch up. I typically will go with a dress or nice set of trousers that can transition to evening, like black wool or crepe or sleeves dress with a jacket on top for a more business look during the day. I also bring a dressy pair of shoes or booties ( if I'm going for that look) to change into before a night out on by town. For jewelry I will either wear earring that can transition into evening like hoops or dangling earring or I bring an extra pair in my purse. All I have to do is freshen my makeup, take off my jacket and change shoes and maybe jewelry and I'm all set for a night out!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Raisa Chirita

My personal tips on dressing for day through to night are mainly make-up based. I feel that adding a winged eyeliner and a bold lip is taking you a level up without the effort of bringing other pieces with you. I would also amp up my contour and especially my highlighter. But clothing/ jewellery wise, I would carry a tiny elegant bag in the backpack that I carry day-to-day and some statement necklace/ earrings as well.

Thank your for this giveaway, that pink is just stunning! And so are you, keep up the good work! xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sverre van schijndel

I have a few things I like to do, on colder days I will be wearing my "eavening casual item underneath a nice button up shirt. But when its wormer I like to ad a nicer jacket over a more casual shirt. Sometimes inwear jeans and somethimes a more nicer looking trouser. I always like to take a smaller fun bag that I leave in the car and a more classic style bag for meetings. I do this with shoes aswell. And then make up is verry importand! Take a more glittery eyeshadow and a nice colour lipstick in your bag, put it on right before the party and your good to go! (Btw I am soo in love with the skirt you chouse! It fals so beautufull LOVE IT!)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Fionnuala Lyons

There's so so many ways to carry an outfit from day to night in my opinion. We're so lucky to have all of these options to help spice up a look.(I love what you've done by the way)

1) Earrings. It seems like a small thing but changing earrings from perhaps small studs to something a little more statement can completely change the feel to an outfit. It's more difficult to get statement necklaces ect that match every neckline/outfit so earrings are 100% my go to from cheap costume pieces to more high end designer brands
2) A well tailored jacket (tailored being key) glass up any outfit
3) Freshen up makeup by adding concealer, powder. If you don't feel like carrying a huge makeup bag around with you perhaps wear a liquid lip as they are more long wearing
4) classic pair of heels for example louboutins in black or nude. They automatically add class and also dress up the day look into something more evening appropriate.
Thank you for all your tips ??

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dobrea Andreea

During the day I like wearing soft jewelry (silver or gold) , a subtle lipstick and some flat shoes. At an event I change accessories , I put on bigger/opulent jewelry, a bold lipstick, add more parfume, put on high heels then I give some volume to my hair.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Fernanda Pombo

I'm crazy about the skirt, it looks amazing!!
For day to night transition, I think changing accessories can make a huge difference - instead of those office appropriate kitten heels, you might want to change to a stiletto or some really cool boots. Depending on my day outfit, I would also consider putting on some statement earrings and play around with my hair and makeup.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ines Dyouhi

Hii Sophie. First, I would like to thank you for this amaazing giveaway. Honestly I don't go out in the evening as often, but my tip, in addition to what you said in the video, is to accessorize ! It helps sooo much and it's easy to carry in your bag. You also have to wear nothing too casual like flowy dresses, too baggy t-shirts etc, and nothing too dressy at the same time, like too glowy and shiny things. I hope these tips can help anyone. Kisses.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Colleen McLaughlin

Hi Sophie,
Aaaaaaaaaa (screech)' OMG I love that little bag!!!
When I have to go from day to night, I usually carry a little pouch of jewellery in my bag, and change out earrings/necklace/bracelet to something a little more flashy for night. I'll also carry a little bag within my bigger bag and store the bigger one in the car if I can, and go with the smaller one for night.
Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.
Hugs, Colleen

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Angela Kim

Hi. I dont like bringing things with me just to change from day to a little black classic dress is all i need plus some low heeled mules. A big factor in korea is the makeup. So during the day from a no makeup makeup look to a night with a bright gradient lips can definitely change the game.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Andela

In occasions like that I would always go for a dress and what makes it proper for going out rather than just being a day dress are, number one heels, heavier make up and a bag or accessory that really catches attention. I would probably spend the whole day with my hair done for the night. My opinion is that a lot of is in your attitude, so once you've reassured yourself that you could be the star of the night it's possible!
Also, I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you how much I love your videos and that they always put me in a "i wanna be like her " mood. Thank you so much Sophie????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sara

Hi Sophie, my absolute favorite way to transition an outfit from day to night is by switching jewelry. I personally prefer to put bigger jewelries, a nice ring and a statement necklace. I also change the color of my lipstick and finally I put my hair up away from my face to make the jewelry pop even more.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lamia hamini

I think I would wear a winged liner and a nude lipstick for the day and then wear a red lip for the night look. As for the outfit, I would probably wear a simple white dress ?neither too dressy for the day nor too plain for the evening?. I think the shoes and bag would make the difference and I suggest to curl your hair and do a high pony tale for the evening look and a half pony tale for the day look.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Remi kiernan

I always do layers, I uses jackets and shirts to hide the more fancy/party thing in a way or if it's a nice dress but a jumper over the top and it looks like a skirt and jumper which is a lot more casual, but it only works with certain dresses and also extra/ exchangeable accessories, bring a pair of heals and a fancy necklace or earring especially when you don't where jewlery for the casual look it make it stand out even more when it is added, love you shopie and I love the picture of the heels on the fence !!!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lindsey patton

Love your vlogs and blog! If you have a pencil skirt with a split, you can wear the split at the back in the day, spin it around and wear the split on one thigh for evening. A peplum style top can be tucked in for a smart look in the day time with a blazer over then blazer off and peplum out for the evening. Likewise, tops which have a sexy low V shape can be worn with the V at the back during the day (covered by blazer), then spun round for night. I like to stick to plain coloured fabrics and have a pop of colour from accessories for evening ??

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nadia White

For day to night I make sure my shoes are appropriate or even take a pair of heels. I'll take a lipstick with a pop of color, add extra coats of mascara. You can put on a bodysuit and wear a blazer over it at work and take it off at night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Houda salhi

Love your tips especially the leather jacket one. for my tip i suggest to wear a simple one color dress ( black is my goto) with my leather jacket it looks simple enough and clean for the day and i would bring along for nightime some nice jewlery and accessories like a gold belt and a nice necklace and earings. i would also wear a nice pair of compensated heels they tend to be really confortable for the whole day and it would save me the space of bringing other shoes. and the last thing is a bright red lipstick and a huge smiiile :) <3

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Yarri Grainger

My best advice for a day to night outfit. We all have busy lives and sometimes we need to leave to office and join the party.... whilst still looking flawless!!! For the day time, dress in neutral colours to keep the look sophisticated. An A line dress or pencil skirt will work wonders. Use your bag to carry your makeup and accessories to add a pop of colour to your look when the sun sets. A bright red lip with a statement necklace will complement a neutral outfit. Wear a comfortable heel in order to last both day and night. Hope this helps ladies :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mariam Karout

When transitioning Day to night outfit I implement three strategies to transfer the outfit and occasion

A Black dress ! Will never let you down however I will wear it with

Day: chucks (converse)/ plane sneakers
Both: plane wedges
Night: Heels

Having a 3/4 length plane coat in any colour can be accessoried differently and suitable for both day and night. During the day you can tie the coat around your hips as it is 3/4 length and at night you can wear the coat ontop of your shoulders or through the arms both ways will look suitable for a evening outfit as the end of dress will show from the 3/4 coat. Looks flattering when wearing heels.

Having a side clutch or bag and just wearing it across the body during the day and having it on one shoulder during the night really changes how casual the outfit looks.

You are beautiful and unique in your own way! You can make the outfit standout with your own confidence. Hope my tips help you ????????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Simran

Hey Sophie, i have been watching your videos for almost 2 years now and i must say that i can see the hard work and thoughts that you put into each of your videos. keep up the good work!
My best tip would be to carry some statement jewelery pieces with you for the night time, such as a chunky necklace to give a plain day dress a more party look. Switching the footwear alone sometimes does the trick too. Also you can change your makeup by doing a cat eye or false eyelashes or let your hair down to go instantly from office to party.????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mina

Hi sophie my tips :
bodycon dress with a tied up t shit and sneakers at night remove the t shirt and wear high heel some jewelries and red matte lipstick

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Minaa

Hi sophie
These are my tips

bodycon dress with a tied up t shit and sneakers at night remove the t shirt and wear high heel some jewelries and red matte lipstick

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Arlette Torres

In my opinion the lbd is propably a safe ride but i would much rather wear a nice printed skirt to work paired with a black or white shirt and some kittenheels, so that it still looks sophisticated. I would carry one of those cami tops that don't wrinkle in my work tote and then just change in the bathroom of my workplace, put on some killer stiletto heels, a bright lipstick and a ton of highlighter and i would be good to go, oh and i would be obviously wearing the cute bag you wore in this post ;)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Amica

My tips would be;
- don't overdue patterns
- match your shoes, bag and lipstick when wearing black and white, this would bring that pop of color and won't let you look all washed out
- pack some dry shampoo and chapstick (just trust me on this)
- take your heels with you and opt for a scarf now and then (a scarf would add a bit of dimension to your outfit)
-have a smokey eyeshadow palette on hand to give your makeup a more night time look
- have a travel perfume on hand

My last tip is to always have confidence in what you wear. Confidence is your best accessory.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sandy Klapka

I would go with a black Jersey dress and throw on a nice blazer at night. Maybe I would pump up the look with a red lipstick and high heels (I usually work in comfy shoes). Just as simple as that :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Una keane

To go from day to night I take down my hair from its bun so it falls in soft curls. I add more eye shadow and dark lip. I put on some perfume. The outfit would need three simple changes. If I'm wearing a dress throw on my statement necklace in bright blue with killer heels, the flats go in handbag and bomber jacket get thrown over. If I'm wearing pants metalic ones with pale pink top and wedges as very comfy for day. Night necklace added for night to add more colour. Throw on a big bangle or watch and I'm ready.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Margareta

I like to wear plane colours and classics. For example a black dress. I put on some nice jewellry and a colourful lipstick for the night. and as you already said: bring some high heels for the evening! I think you can't go wrong with that :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sara Sousa

Hi Sophie,
On dressing for day through the night, I tend to opt for a classic outfit and then changing up the accessories to suit the occasion.
A chic flowy blouse paired with some boyfriend jeans is the perfect base. It can be worn with a pair of flats or some sneaker and a nice handbag during the day and then, at night, it can be paired with some statement heals and a matching clutch.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Eleanor Payne

Firstly, gorgeous outfit and blog as always Sophie, I look forward to your videos every week x

Along with the obvious things like swapping jewellery, a darker lip and some gorgeous heels, I think my main tip for planning a day and night outfit is to wear clothes that are still going to look and feel fresh at the end of the day and into the evening. There is nothing worse than you feeling uncomfortable, hot or constricted by clothes all day at work and then having to face an evening of feeling uncomfortable as this also puts a negative on how you look in yourself. If you feel fresh and confident the outfit will also shine.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Amy Neeson

Honestly for me, a pair of heels and some red lipstick can transform any outfit, and make even ripped jeans and a nice top look fit for going out.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dayna Kahn

I usually wear a monochromatic outfit in a neutral color, and switch my shoes and purse to a pop of color also adding a statement necklace. Another option is to business down a great fitting sleeveless sheath style dress, that has a hint of glisten, with a blazer and leave the blazer at the office for a night out adding a statement pair of earrings with a metallic link watch or a statement bracelet.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kelly scollon

I have to say that pink is my favourite colour and absolutely love this bag!!!! Even my couches at home are pink ????

To take an outfit from day to night I would:

Make sure I have applied fake tan night before, I think tan makes you feel more dressed up for night out.

I would tong my hair in the morning and take cordless tongs to quickly go over when leaving work.

I would make sure I have done my makeup well in the morning, setting it with spray and taking red lipstick ???? to put on in the evening and popping on more mascara.

I would wear jeans, flats, cami top with blazer for through the day then pop in heels for at night to dress up the outfit. Can't go wrong with cami, trousers or jeans and blazer combo for a night out. I would wear mulberry lily bag during the day and keep on at night as chain strap makes it more evening appropriate but also a great day bag that fits loads in.

I would also add statement necklace or earrings to dress up outfit more.

A spray of tom ford black orchid perfume as it is such an evening night out perfume.

Thanks for the opportunity Sophie been following you from the start ???? Never miss a video.

Good luck everyone Xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Fie Walravens

My secret for a day-to-night look is a dark red lipstick, a small bag and heeled shoes with a thick heel, during the colder months also a long jacket.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Moira Campos

I usually wear a light jacket or cardigan over a dress with heels that aren't too high. For a night look, I would wear a leather/fur jacket over the same dress, and switch to a pair of heels that are a bit higher. I would also wear a red lipstick to tie the look altogether. xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jaymee Gonzales

I like to use scarves. Silk scarves are so versatile that I find it can really transform my outfit and add a little bit of sophistication. I usually keep it wrapped around my bag and tie it around my waist if i'm heading out for the night. My casual day outfits are rather neutral and I tend to wear a more flowy style of dresses, so using a scarf as a belt is really handy when I want a more feminine, fitted outfit for an evening out. There are loads of different ways to tie it depending on what sort of look you are going for. It adds a bit of color or injects a fun pattern into my outfit.

About my makeup, I really only change my lipstick. Nude lipstick is an everyday must have for me so opting for a darker/less conventional lip color springs my look from day to night. I'm not that skilled at makeup so I make sure my lips are the star (Its the easiest aspect to play with for me). A deep burgundy or dark green would make a nice statement. Anything color that I can pull from my belt as the rest of my outfit is more subdued.

Lots of love xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kate Jones

Hi Sophie!
My tips
- switch the lipstick from nude to coral,red.Or you can do a liner or smoky eyes.
- add big earring to look more dressed up.
- flats to heels
-perfume ,i think it makes a difference ,rollerball can be really handy.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Monica G.

Hello sophie! Thank you for this cool giveaway.

What I would do is put some more fun statement jewelry and some deeper, or brighter makeup into a pouch in my bag, to put on later. Also change shoes and bag, and finally put my hair down.

Have a lovely day. Xoxo.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jenny h

I think a simple base like a pencil dress/pencil skirt and camisole/cigarette trousers and camisole with a jacket and classy flats for day. Chuck some heels, jewellery and bright lipstick in your bag for night x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Eleonora Merini

Hi Sophie !
I usually mix a couple of things like:

- I change some make-up details (changing lipstik or lipgloss, adding highliter or glitter...)
- Also adding a parfume to spice it up
- Classic also the shoe change and the accessories change

I have loved the video, amazing inspiration and the bag is super cute !
Thanks Sophie !

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Anemona Iordache

When I need to be day-appropriate but to kill it at night I choose neutral colors, like you did, black and white with a splash of color. For shoes I will choose something between heels and flats, so in this way I don't need to carry extra baggage with me.
I really love the bag, it has that lovely pink color <3. Is something different than what I have right now.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • nicole hutchinson

I start the day off with my everyday makeup routine, I would then personally wear a black club moneco rove jumpsuit as I think it is a very versatile piece that you can dress up or down

I would pair the jumpsuit with a white blouse and block boots or ballet flats for the day time with a contrasting coloured bag for a pop of colour

And to transition into a night time look i would remove the blouse and wear a pointed heel for a classy but "night out" kind of vibe, I would then wear a clutch rather then a bag.

For makeup I would just add a darker colour in to my crease and and fuller pair of lashes.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ishie

It's always a dress. I pair it with flats (day time) ,heels (night time) and Winged eyeliner with bold lips .????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Anne Toft

I'm not a big skirt-or-dress kinda girl myself, so for me a nice pair of skinny jeans can be dressed up in a flash with a pair of heels, a nice top and blazer or leather jacket.
Works every time for me.

On a different note, if I don't win that bag, I'm afraid I'm gonna have to buy it, because the color is just GORGEOUS! ????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Rose Burford

Hiya Sophie!

If I needed to wear something in the day which I could then also wear into the night I would go for a black jumpsuit. A classic style, structured and sophisticated, which I would wear with flats in the day. In the evening I'd wear a coloured heel, maybe red, or pink like the ones in your video to brighten the look up! I would also add a piece of jewellery, a necklace or bracelet at night too, it would bring everything together. I would also change up my hair, maybe take some hair slides so I could put it up if I've had it down all day. I'd jazz up my make up too, take with me a smokey cream eye shadow, which is easy to blend out with my fingers if I'm on the go, but will make an impact, an eye liner and a nude lipstick just to touch up! A change of perfume is always good to have as well.

Loving your videos Sophie, keep up the good work xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Cathy McCoy

I don't go out much anymore, but "in the day" it was change out shoes, unbutton blouse, change out earrings and apply fresh lipstick & mascara. Love the shift to day shoes to save your feet going home. Bit Cinderella.. You are so Lovely!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Amy Oldfield

First off, thank you so much for this awesome giveaway Sophie I've been a long time fan/subscriber and this bag is a dream (plus I love how you styled it). But for me, I believe there is three items to use for day-night outfits;
1. Eye-shadow Palette
2. Accessories
3. Small satchel bag

Use the palette in the day time for a nude, brown shade look and accessorize the outfit with a simple bracelet, ring, and necklace. While using the satchel strap cross-body all day long, then for the evening use the same bag but fold the satchel strap inside the bag and use it as a clutch. Get the palette out and create a dark, smokey eye look for a more dramatic effect. And add more bling accessories such as more rings/bracelets.
Well this is my go-to rules I obey when it comes to long day-night events. Love you Sophie & good luck everyone X

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mina

Hello lovely
To wear:
bodycon dress with a tied up t shit and sneakers at night remove the t shirt and wear high heels ????some jewelries and red matte lipstick????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Juli Dzwile

Hi from Germany!
That's how I'd do it:
- Put a darker red lipstick into my cute pink DESIGNINVERSO bag / wear a nude toned lip gloss for the daytime

- Tie my hair to a ponytail for the daytime but curl it before -> then let my hair open for the night time with some nice dramatic curls

- Wear a dress with a cute pink jacket to match the DESIGNIVERSO bag and put the jacket away later for the night -> to show some more skin and make the look look sexy

- put an eye shadow palette into my DESIGNINVERSO bag to do a little smokey eye

And ready! Let's party!
I love your channel Sophie, keept it going!
xx Jules

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Holli Kenney

I typically just stick to something neutral. That "little black dress" look (not too short, but not too long) normally does the trick. Keeping an extra pair of shoes (work appropriate mule or kitten heel for daytime, taller pump open toe for night!) can really transform your look. Moderation is key, but small accents like your heels and a bracelet can really make your look pop!

Love your videos Sophie! Good luck everyone, and thanks for this giveaway opportunity.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • JJ

My tips for dressing a day-to-night outfit is to wear heels in neutral colours like nude, black, silver. Minimal make-up during the daytime. Probably wear a bright top with a neutral colour long-sleeved coat and sleek black leggings. Then at night put on more mascara and bronzer, take off the coat and add some jewelry.

Love your channel and blog keep up with the good work! <3

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Claudia mendoza

Hello sophie :)
I like simple. So i wear a neutral color dress with a jacket for Day, cute tiny bag that could wear as a clutch later . I love take with me a palette and do my eyes makeup pop for the night and i wear flats for Day and high heels for night

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lauren Walsh

I love how your shoes match the studs on the bag! Well done. My daily dressing issue is going Grimm gym clothing to "normal" clothing. My tip is to rent a gym locker. For someone who drives to the gym and can't stop home to change, get ready in the gym and keep a gym bag in your car. Also, makeup and hair can really pull together a fresh, tidy look.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Maureen Doty

Being a woman in the business industry I know trying to fit in any kind of personal life is hard whether it's with friends, husband/partner, or family. I find when I have a little free time my best option is to go directly before or after work to whatever social event that I have. Realistically the outfit absolutely cannot change but the shoes and accessories or bag does. Whether it's switching your pair of 4 inch heels to a pair of five or 6 inches to feel a little bit more sassy for the evening or changing your oversized work bag or briefcase to a mini bag or clutch. To make things more simple throwing on a red or deeper shade of lipstick as well as letting your hair down and make the world of a difference! Feeling and looking your best from day to night can mean little to no effort, ladies and gentlemen it's possible!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Roxy

I would wear my navy blue jumpsuit with gold buttons - looks professional for work, and unique and glamorous for a night time event especially with some killer heels. :) Love you on youtube xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sofia audino

Hey sophie,
One of my favourite ways to turn a day out fit into Night is by having a small cross body bag that can be then transformed into a clutch. Another tip would be adding more accessories like a statement earring, I believe this can make the out fit so much dressier. Lastly I know this isn't a fashion item but I I love changing my lipstick either from a nude during the day to a bold lip at night.
Love you and your videos heaps xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Johanna

When transitioning from day to night I like to work with accessories as well. I usually swap my flats for a nice pair of heels, take a nice clutch bag and swap my jewellery from dainty to statement or at least add a few more rings etc. One thing I always do when I have to go from day to night though is to touch up my makeup, I might add some darker eye shadow and change my lips to a bolder colour. In my experience accessories and makeup can completely transform any look and either tone it down or jazz it up so that you're ready for every occasion.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ana-Bella Radescu

My red lipstick worked every time. I think it's a mush have for ladies , a pair of high heels to transform the outfit into something elegant, a strong perfume, sometimes I use my bf's because I feel really sexy wearing it and last but not least I would add some jewels to look more elegant.
If during the day I wore a long shirt with trousers, during the evening I would open it a little adding an elegant brooch, to a dress I would add a super cute jacket caught in a knot in the waist. Few weeks ago, I was on the road and I got a phone call to where I was invited at the rastaurant with my friends. Initially I wanted to refuse because I was not ready for a night out , I was also wearing some training pants and a T-shirt.
But I managed to create an extraordinary outfit with the pair of heeled shoes that I had in my car and the shirt of my boyfriend that I tied it to a knot on my waist, lifted my sleeves and opened the buttons a little.
I felt very good in that outfit and although it was not a home-made one, I received a lot of compliments from my friends.
Also, I want to apologize for my english beacause I am in the process of teaching myself this language.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Drinka Dejanac

I love black colurs and accessories to be vivid colours. Being tall, 180 cm I dont tend to wear hills :(
Usually flats!

I love your videos, and I am not even jealous :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Riley Tran

My personal tips for a day-to-night look are to stick to bright accessories and perhaps a bright pair of heels. Pick the bag and shoe combo in a complementary color scheme (orange/blue,red/green/,violet/yellow,etc.). Next, pick a neutral colored dress or pant suit to go with the purse and shoes. A pair of long, but simple, dangling earrings, or a statement necklace would pair nicely with the ensemble. I think neutral eye shadow and a classic red or mauve lip would look wonderful! When going out at night I suggest the red lip, and for day, the mauve lip.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • kaoutar minuzzo

hello lovely sophie
for me changing to a bold red lipstick is a must, red lipstick always put the outfit together!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Beatrice Diaz

Hi Sopie, I always have a black pair of great pair of black pants or skirt, a glittery top, and beautiful gold accessories, you can always dress it up or down. But I'm learning a lot about fashion, purses, shoes etc. And realize there is an aboundens do possibleties,if I just put my thinking cap on! Hope too win! Good luck everyone.*_*

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Shauni

My advice tends to be start with a good base.
Hair and makeup done in a way that will last through the day rather than something overly fussy.
Some tailored trousers or jeans, a simple but smart top (perhaps a coloured blouse) - then use easy to transport accessories. Switch a delicate necklace for a statement pair of earrings or subdued pieces for something more sparkly and fun.
My mum was a fan of attaching things to boots. So she's wear simple black boots then add a blingy chain or jazzy topper to it - thankfully, take a lot if my own style cues from her, she's always been a very stylish lady.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Alisha Sam

Red lips, If you have minimual makeup just put some red lippy on and your good to go. I don't know what it is but a bold lip can make an outfit

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Crystal summers

If you go for a little black dress that has interesting details, it will stand out for an evening soiree, but won’t be too much during the day either. Can never go wrong with a little black dress it suits all occasions also

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Tayyaba Ali

While the shirtdress may seem more casual, it’s actually quite versatile and easy to turn into a nighttime getup. You just have to pay attention to your accessories

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Farah Hussain

A jumpsuit. It’s elevated enough when you’re heading out for a night on the town and if you choose a style that isn’t too flashy, it works just as well at the office as well.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nadia Abbas

Hey Sophie just wanted to say that these photos on your blog look amazing, and so chic its so cool to see how your channel and style has evolved just over this past year! My tip for a day to night look is wearing dark jeans either black or dark blue and a loose fitting shirt/ blouse silk or lacy, as this is nice and fresh for the daytime but also looks super put together and chic for a night time look. It also looks effortless and casual whilst also adding abit of extra fabulousness for a night time look thats easier than wearing a skin tight dress! Another tip is wearing medium/ small heeled open toe strappy sandals as these are comfy for the day but also work well as a dinner look. My tip for hair and make up is putting your hair up into a bun and adding large dangly earrings to turn a day time look to a night time look, and adding a red lip whilst leaving the eyes neutral and simple. Hope you like my tips!

lots of love Nadia xoxox

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lindsay

So many tips, my personal faves are, a quick and easy hair style Change,, glam the make up a smidge and some heels. Spritz of perfume and tahdah!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Tina Wall

Hello! My go to is a dress with a jacket for the day with a comfortable shoe, then for the evening you can wear just the dress with a heel. Instantly dressier!

Also, love your Youtube videos! :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Aalia Sahini

I love a silk blouse because it totally works at the office and feels fancy enough for drinks out too.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Felicia

I'm the type of person who wears black and only black in their private life, but usually more colours at work. Whenever there is an after work event, I would choose an all-black outfit for work, for example black skinny jeans and a black chiffon blouse with black pumps. Then when going out after work, I would add jewellery that would fit into my bag without a problem (e.g. a lot of rings and midi-rings on my fingers and big earrings) and I would apply a dark plum lipstick for instant evening make up. I might also war my hair up during the day and then just have it open at night. I think these simple changes have a bigger impact than one would think, because a lot of jewellery and darker make up are traditionally associated with evening wear.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Simina Ioana Goia

I usually go for tight black pants and a elegant tank top with comfy high heel shoes. For the day I wear a blazer over the tank top and for the night I take it off and switch it with a leather jacket which I throw in my car

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Emma Hickey

My tips are quick & simple. Accessories ! A sleek blazer is versatile for both work and after work drinks.Switch out work shoes for a higher heel, add dangle-y earrings and trade your handbag for a clutch . Then its either a smokey eye or bright lip and you're good to go !

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Minke Banga

Hi Sophie,

I've had this happen one too many times. A day of meetings and having a wedding party in the evening.
Exchange your flats for high heels, add bigger earrings and some bracelets. Put on another layer of mascara and smudge out some black liner to smoke out the neutral day make up. Add a nice red or pink lipsticks instead of your neutral gloss you had on during the day. Spray some dry shampoo in your hair for more volume and put it up in a quick messy 'do' using some bobby pins and hairspray. Freshen up your perfume and you're good to go.

- Flats > High heels
- Black liner & Mascara
- Brighter colour of lipstick
- Dry shampoo and bobby pins
- Perfume
- Jewelry

It's all about changing the accessories, shoes and make-up.

Keep it up with your blog and channel, love it and I'm saving up for my first designer bag myself. You're an inspiration!


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • suzie plum

Hi Sophie... Not that I am a social butterfly but if I was ... The little black dress is a classic for a reason !The LBD will offer you the perfect base to transition from day to night. After that it is all about the accessories that you have hidden in your purse. (and of course those fold away ballet flats.) I enjoy your chat and videos even though I am definitely not a fashionista !

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Eirini Fountou

Hi Sophie! Your videos and your style are just awesome! My personal tips are to use classic pieces and not seasonal trends and accesories that are suitable for all occasions. For example you can never go wrong with a Chanel classic flap bag and a pair of simple colourful heels, like the ones you wore, no matter what the time is. As far as make up is concerned, a winged eyeliner is the key and while a nude lipstick is perfect for the day, a darker and more vibrant shade will elevate every night/party look. Greetings from Greece! :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Maya

jupsuit is the solution , it is classic , basic and trendy. During the day wear it with a flat ballerina, a pony tail, nude lips and sophisticated eyeshadow. At night put on red lipstic high heels and you can free your hair and add a bold statment necklace this look is so classy and effortless ??

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Pascal Scheltens

I like to wear a neutral outfit with touches of colour, like a black leather jacket with a white blouse en ballet flats. But to not make it boring I wear bright lipstick like a hot pink. in the evening I switch the lipstick to red and change the jewelry to statement pieces I also change the leather jacket to a blazer.

btw Love your blog and kisses from the Netherlands!11

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Emily Walker

Taking a nude lip to a red lip is definitely my favourite thing to do! In terms of outfit, if I'm wearing a pencil skirt in the day with black tights I'll simply take those off (they roll up really tiny and will fit in your handbag). Instantly makes the outfit look more chic and less office like. It's a beautiful bag. Love the blog post, you look stunning as always x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kristiana Georgieva

Hi Sophie
My personal tip for styling day to night outfits is taking small accessories that would look good with the outfit I'm wearing ( for example a belt or some nice earrings and a necklace) and adding them on before the night event. I also like carrying a pair of heels in my bag, always a great idea when going out in the evening.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Marietta Jordan

If I'm going from day to evening I want a handbag that can do the same. A neutral color if you will.
Black always works well. Also I'd take a jacket and would probably wear a simple dress that's easy to put something over top of maybe even sleeveless. In the case it's warm but gets chilly at night. And I always carry some kind of flats just in case ive been on my feet all day and they need a break???? maybe I would carry a bit darker shade of lip stick just to spice up my makeup some as well. But other than these things theres not alot I'd do except maybe get a little sassier *winks ????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Robin Ferro

Hi Sophie! When I need to turn my day outfit into an evening one is to be wearing black jeggings and a white James Perse tank top with lady like heels, add a statement piece of jewelry around my neck. Then keep all other jewelry to a minimum. Next step would be to smoke out the eyes and add a clutch bag and a nighttime perfume on. Then throw my hair up in a bun and off I'm ready to go for a night on the town.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Misbah

A nice scarf around the neck can change something office-like to evening like..more chic ..and a nice sparkly brooch!!!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • maria adi

the best way is to do a simple eye-makeup and pack a bold red lipstick and a pair of fancy earrings plus wear something like a black short skirt or a well fitted pants with medium heels also put a jacket on if the weather is nice layer it with a sparkly top under once the fun begins you take off the jacket ??

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Priya Arcot-Joshi

1. You can never go wrong with little black dress for work or party.
2. Carry a medium size back that goes with your black dress.
3. Wear foldable shoes like such as tory or tieks to work and carry christian louboutin in your medium size bag.
4. In your medium size bag which will also act as your party bag will also hold minimal touch up makeup (importantly carry a red lipstick to match your shoes) along with a red cardigan that matches your shoes (just in case it gets cold). Also take a pair of long earrings to match your look.
5. If you have the option of driving there and not take public transportation and can leave your stuff in the car then you have more freedom and take a change of clothes and smaller accessories and etc.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Muneeza

I think keeping an extra pair of shoes is a brilliant idea!
along with that carry a bag which can go for night time as well as day time, big enough!
would defiantly keep my face powder in bag, at times make up gets old and oily on your face, touch up helps.
PERFUME! you smell nice, you feel nice, just couple of sprays of perfume can refresh your and your whole outfit right away

LOVE YOU Sophie, You are SO pretty <3

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • zahra M

Hi there !
my tip for taking an outfit from day to night would be wearing a plain t-shirt dress with a nice jacket and simple shoes for the day time and when it comes to night time i would add a little belt change my shoes for heels, put my hair down and i would make my makeup darker (eyes and lips) i would also change my jacket if i could also pack that with me :)
love your youtube vids btw keep up the good work !!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Bonita Wong

Hi Sophie!!! :)

My tip would be to go for a dress which is suitable for both day and night and pair that with kitten stiletto or high block heels because they're easy to wear/walk in and can last you the whole day without your feet getting sore.
Also keep accessories to the minimum during the day and then maybe switch earrings or necklaces to bigger more statement jewellery at night.

Keep up the good work! Love all your videos ^_^

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Janet Roberson

I would bring a large tote . Have my evening makeup, nice high heels and maybe a perfume that I only wear at night. Also a pair of Chanel earrings and necklace. I think that would be perfect. And of course a beautiful lipstick. Love your channel Sophie. And all of your ideas.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mandie Busbee

I'm betting my tip is nothing special or new, but it may help!

Accessories! Take a special belt, gorgeous back, or a stunning necklace/earrings and dress your outfit up. Ofc, always pack an extra pair of shoes! I always do this. In the colder months, take a nice jacket/coat. But make sure your accessories draw the attention =D.

I always find accessories can also dress an outfit up or down =).

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Cheryl Sallows

I like to keep it all one color during the day with different textures. Then at night a great statement necklace and other accessories to my me feel more glamorous!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Daniella fells

My best hack for a day to night look is heels. All it takes is a heel to help jazz an outfit up for an evening event. If you don't have anywhere to put an extra pair of shoes to switch to evening event, then if you can do it, you could wear the heels all day. As long as they're suitable for your work, they'll be great for evening xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Thelma Karlsson

Hi, greetings from Sweden!????????
My tips are to wear layers and change small details of your outfit, for example: wear a little black dress with some interesting details that will stand out at the night but wear a simple cardigan or Trenchcoat over it at the day to make it more casual and "simple"
You can also wear a jumpsuit (it's really tranding right now). It's simple but elegant and you can wear it at the day and night!????????these are a few of my tips for an outfit at the day and night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nayla Sadiq

My absolute favourite day to evening tip is ........

LIPSTICK!!! Either bright red or hot pink/coral. Make the hair a little sultry, but makeup is key. Also a change into heels. Adding a few accessories, maybe large earrings will also do the trick. Hope that helps.....

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lucy Howes

I think from day to night, my top tip is (if you haven't got the opportunity to change much) take a bright or red lipstick with you to put on in the evening, maybe some darker eyeshadow too as these can both completely change the look.

Also a nice jacket like a dark blazer that will look good in the day and smart at night :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lisa C

Hi Sophie!

To change day to night, in a pinch, I'd let loose my long hair from the day, and bring a little "kit" with me. In it, I'd have a darker lipstick and blush, blotting papers and a light summer to to change my look!


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • S

Personally I just wear a dress with some flats. Then I switch up for heels for the night and I just add more make up. I love highlighting my inner eye conner with a light duochrome eye shadow. Inglot pigment in 85 works great for this and it adds an edge to my look. Though I am on the hunt for a silver& white & violet duochrome eye shadow. For the day look, I will use a high ponytail and then I can stop by hairdresser for the night look and get some curls in my hair. I like using a mauve lipstick for the day and then I switch it up with a blue red lipstick for the night look. I also like smoking my lower lash line with a red toned dark brown eye shadow for my night look so it contrasts with my cool toned inner eye shadow and it is not harsh and it does not look dated as just using black eye shadow to smoke my lower lashes.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Krista Muyters

My normal go to method of changing an outfit from day to night is to wear something simple and chic during the day like a pretty blouse and skinny jeans or well fitted trousers and I normally wear them with a nice flat or even sneakers! then at night I will pop on some stilettos or sexy heals and a bright colored lip such as red or fuchsia. I normally wear my hair straight as well so if I need to (because my hair can be quite difficult and unpredictable) I can slick it back into a sleek pony tail and it still works with the whole look! this is how I feel the freshest and most put together without stressing about it :) thanks for the opportunity Sophie! xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Yvette small

Layers. Removing a business blouse and having an adorable tank under can shift day to night. Pencil skirts go both way. A lipstick a shade darker and take your hair down. Sometimes I throw a different necklace in my purse to shift the look. And you are done.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mette Straa

I would wear som dress pants, a loose shirt tucked in, flats and some simple jewellery. To dress it up i would change my shoes and put on some lipstick. Works like a charm for me. :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Raeesa Hafesji

Hi Sophie!
My tip is to wear a nice dress/or blouse that you wouldn't mind wearing in the evening also but go slightly minimal in terms of jewelery, shoes and make up. Then when night comes jazz it up a little with a statement necklace piece, bolder lips and nice stilletos!
I personally prefer looking "dressed up/more glamorous in a sense" for evenings and during the day a little more chic and effortless.
But the best tip I can give is: do what works for you and you're happy with, don't let others tell you what you can't and can do in general <3

Love from London xoxo


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Catherine

More often than not, "my go to" day attire are pair of jeans and white v-neck shirt or a white button down shirt, with a nice comfy ballet flats. To pump up my style for a night out, I usually make sure I freshen up my face with quick touch up with face powder, applying mascara, bolder eye liner and swiping on a striking red lip. Switching or putting on a diff outerwear. Swapping my tote for a body bag or clutch. Adding jewelry, either earrings or statement necklace/s. Then, tossing out my ballet flats for a heeled shoes.

Tbh, on some tight schedule that I had to skip the above; Dior Rouge 999 and Chanel No.5 always work for me. Yay! ;)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Emily Bee

Shoes and jewellery. If I know I'm going out after work, I pick a dress I know looks professional but can be adapted to night (I like a black dress in winter and a good summer dress when its hot). At work I wear conservative jewellery, when I go out I swap it for statement jewellery. And if I can, like Sophie, I swap shoes! jewellery really makes a difference. As do lovely pink bags!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Yasmine Siwane

To spice things up and switch from day to night , wearing classic pieces is key. Wearing a classic pair of jeans ( that fit well, always flattering your figure) or a flattering skirt and pairing it with a nice top allows you to get creative with shoes and accessories and also layering pieces.
Day: Adding a nice hat and some cute ballerines or good white sneakers( for a more comfortable and outdoorsy look) , and a nice scarf according to the shape of the top and its collar. A simple makeup look to finish up and a classic nude lippie
Night: The outfit still works but you now pair it with a nice belt for the jeans , a good clutch and a nice pair of heels that will lift the outfit and some statement earrings. The last touch is to darken up the eye makeup a bit . Also changing the lip colour can do wonders and compliment the outfit.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jen Lau

Absolutely love those pink shoes ???? and I agree, always have a pair of flats for night outs. Makes everyone else envious that you're not hobbling home in heels. My arches always thank me for this after a night out.

Also heavy eyeliner, more pronounced contour and a statement lipstick is my go-to from day to evening. That and ditching the blazer at the office. :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mea

Hey Sophie! I loved your video as always! And I'm very happy you are doing more collabs now! You deserve it, girl!

My tips for transition an outfit from day to night is simple:
I would just wear a nice but smart looking summer dress with flats for the day and heels for the night! A good pair of gold sandal for example can elevate any look.
My other tip would be a classic black jeans + smart shirt combo with high heels ankle boots which is comfy for the day but looks good on the night as well and I would just put some more makeup on for the night. A red lip and faux lashes is enough to elevate this look! Button down the shirt a bit to add more sexiness hahah (I liked that tip from you! :D)

Those are my tips, I hope you liked it!

Have a wonderful evening

Lots of Love

Mea from Dubai

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Imke pagie

Hi sophie!
My tip to turn a day outfit into a evening outfit, is to use dark colors. Especially in makeup. For example a smokey eye.
If you changed your handbag for a chique/statement clutch. It would be really nice.
I will look verry sophisticated.
Btw i loveeee your channel! Your videos are really inspiring. Keep up the good work.
Greetings from the netherlands.
X imke

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sepideh Rashidi

I always carry a dark lipstick in my bag when I know I'll be heading somewhere in the afternoon and also I love to put my hair down in day and put it up inbthe evening to show some skin . Also rolling skirt a bit higher to make it shorter. Changing accessories such as simpla earing to sparkly or diamond earing will look fantastic ! ????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Octavia Dindayanti

A little black dress is always been easy and effortless to style when its comes to dress appropriate form day to night event, in the day you put cute cardigan and ballerina flat on and at night use a high heel or booth and you are done. Thank you for sharing useful and sweet video Shophie. Have a lovely summer.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Samantha Sung

I had a similar situation wear I had to very professional for work and go to a party right after work. I decided to go with a little black dress with a keyhole front. The fabric was very thin which allowed me to wear a pencil skirt over it. I decided to go with a blazer to keep the top very professional. For the party that evening, I got rid of the pencil skirt and blazer. I wore a pair of fancy earrings and matched it with a clutch and I was ready to go.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jacqui Williams

Hi Sophie!!

Id keep it smple, smart pair of black trousers or dark jeans and a nice clean looking white tee with a fitted short blazer and hair up for the day then tuck in the t-shirt add a statement necklace and let down the hair at night!!

Love Jacqui xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dajana Krajinovic

I've been following you for a long time and you've always been a huge inspiration for me, and your videos helped me when I first started my business and became a #girlboss as you are. I have my own business and I spend a lot of time in my office, sometimes I don't even have time to go home after work before going out with my my perfect tip is to wear CLASICS! I would wear full monochromatic look to work, or just simple black pants/skirt - white shirt, flat shoes and simple bag. I would bring high heels and smaller bag with me, dark lipstick and big earings to spice up the look. But the most important thing for me is confidence - if you have self confidence you can wear whatever you want for a night out and still look amazing and beautiful. It works all the time for me. :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Christine Bautista

Hi Sophie,
My personal advice is to wear something casual but chic. I think the key for dressing for day through to night is the color and the style of the outfit. I would probably wear a black fitted skirt or a pair of shorts with a white t-hirt... paired with a classic ankle strap heels (black). For the bag I would choose a small bag for example a WOC...
I would avoid colourful shirts or prints (It may be a good choice for the day, but absolutely not for the night) I would choose basic colours. When it comes to jewellery, I would wear something simple, not to much, enough to make a statement.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jessica Keane

To bring an outfit from day to night during the summer months, whether it's a bringing your favourite heels a statement bag or necklace , a touch of bronzer and a confident smile will be sure to get you noticed .

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Vlatka Bilic

I would recommend wearing frilly blouse with dark denim jeans, switch my flats with some heels, put on an eyeliner and earings and there you go, you are ready for a party. Nothing complicated, just a few steps anybody can manage without thinking too much.
Love your blog and vlog Sophie! Xoxo

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Monica Biesebroek

I would pick a very basic LBD and some trainers for the daytime> I especially love shoes, so I would bring my statement heeled shoes (in a very specific colour and pattern!) for the night. To accessorize I throw a pair of dangly earrings in my bag and I'm ready to roll. Lots of love to you Sophie. Ever since I found you on youtube I watch every video you make. Love your no nonsense approach and your sensitivity towards your subscribers. In love with the black skirt by the way :l-) xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mary Riska

Hi Sophie
You really have done an amazing job with the outfit!! For a perfect outfit from day to night I would personally wear jeans with a nice lacy top and flats in the morning but in the night i would switch into louboutin black heels and a more intense make up and voila!! Keep up the amazing work ?

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Meghan Haberlin

My tip is wear neutral clothes and just simple flats and then to go out accessorize with a chunky necklace and some heels. I usually will wear just flats a nice pair of slacks and a basic plain top or maybe a bit of a design in the day and then I toss on some heels and a nice necklace and I'm ready. I often will have a bit of makeup in my bag too to smoke up my makeup a bit maybe a different color lipstick.
I really enjoy your videos I have been watching a lot of them lately and I think that they are fabulous!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Susan Mary

I always like to pack an extra pair of shoes! I think shoes completely update your outfit ???? Also I think you can't go wrong with black, a simple black dress that's suitable for day time, so a nice simple cut dress mid length. Change your shoes and boom! I also think makeup can you really update your look, a nice neutral brown crease with a nice shimmer on the lid and a lovely nude pink lip for day, add more mascara and a vampy lip and instant glam ????????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lipstick Rehab

I would wear something similar to what you've chosen in this blog post. Classic black and white combination, swapping the skirt for trousers. Not much of a skirt girl I'm afraid. I like flowy blouses tucked into tailored trousers. I add pops of colour with shoes and bags. Oh and lipstick! Simply changing up my lipstick from a day-to-day nude to something more daring instantly makes me feel more glam. I love plums and fuchsias for a night out.

Have a lovely day Sophie!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Daisy smet

Hello, i would defenetly go for a sporty-chic combination. Some trendy sneakers for the day and sexy killer heels in the evening. The easiest piece of clothing to transform is a dress!in the day i would wear it with a realy great sneaker ( Nero giardini) and a trendy denim blouse. Styling it open and lose and curl up the sleaves. Later take of the blouse, change the shoes to a sexy high heel. Put on a stunning eye-catching watch and a cute little enveloppe purse.spray Some refreshing face water to give yourself a refreshed glow.also i would defenetly spray Some deodorant, just to asure myself i smel Nice and fesh.and finish with my favoriete lipstick and perfume! On last check in the mirror and ready to go and feel confident. Lots of love to all of you daisy frim belgium????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kirby Smith

My tip is to take your hair out of that pony tail, give it a bit of Jush and apply a bold, eye catching lip! X

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Abby Klitzing

My best tip is to always break out the statement pieces at night. So what I'll usually do is have a neutral colored shirt on, black/white, and have a skirt on that's day appropriate. My personal favorite at the moment is this nice grey and black striped skirt that looks amazing with colored shoes, especially my blue heels. At night, I would change the skirt. I have this really cool comic printed skirt- a loud statement piece, and it looks great with a black top. I could throw that on with a pair of heels (even the same blue ones from before) and be ready for a fun night out.
As far as bags go, I would probably stick with as small of a bag as possible since I would be out at night. Something that could fit the extra skirt, some make up, and my wallet. Possibly a black bag, but color would be great too! Add a nice cat eye at night, dark lipstick, and be on my way!

Thanks for all the great videos, you're amazing!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Julie parry

To go from office to evening, my tip is to throw a red lipstick into your bag, keep the eye make up simple enough for work and bang on some red lipstick to add a bold and chic statement to your look.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Esperanza Garcia Velasco

I believe jewelry plays a huge role on dressing up or down an outfit, for the day I go for delicate necklaces maybe with some shine to them, but mostly silver or rose gold, whilst from the evening I like wearing statement bracelets and earrings. I too let my hair down for the night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Imke pagie

Hi sophie!
My tip to make a day outfit a night outfit is to use darker colors in makeup. For example a smokey eye. I also think that a bag can make the diference.
If you have a really statement/chiquebag your outfit is completely different and very dressy.
Btw i love youre videos on youtube.
They are really inspiring and it helps me really.
have a nice evening!
x imke

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Evianna Gianoplus

Dear Sophie, I think the best way to go from day to night is with wedges, a pair of black skinny jeans, a cute belt and a body suit top. This may sound simple but this look can be taken up a notch if one chooses to accessorize. Add a fun hand purse, clutch, or shoulder strap bag. Be creative with jewelry, I think the right earrings can make all the difference ( big hoops or colorful tassels are my favorite). Another tip: bring sunglasses for the day look so that at night you can simply store them away in your purse. Make sure to be comfortable with the look so you feel your best. And of course be confident because the best way to pull off any outfit from day to night is to carry yourself like you own it BECAUSE YOU DO! The most attractive thing on a woman is her confidence.

PS I love your videos Sophie, I'm 18 and I think you are such a great role model!!! I admire the fact that not only are you a successful WORKING woman, but you carry yourself with class and allow all your viewers to see your life.
Thanks for everything!--Evianna

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jessica parry

My advice to slip from day to night effortlessly is to ditch the flats for some sexy stilettos to hit the club! Grab a pair of fold up dolly shoes that will fit into your bag once it's time to hit the dance floor!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Elena Statnickaite

All I would do is use a black dress with flats and scarf at daytime, and for an evening I would grab statement necklace, high heels and bright lipstick.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nina

I like to wear a versatile coctail dress that is not too much for daytime but still dressy enough for let's say a night out. I pair it with classic nude heels and a medium size bag. Oh and I switch my lipstic from nude to red in the evening.

Love your look, thanks for the amazing videos!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Stacy Miller

My go to look for day to night starts with a classic a line skirt. I tend to stick to a neutral like black for the most diversity. The skirt must hit perfectly at the knee to stay work appropriate but can still be flirty for night. I pair it with a slightly fitted blouse, usually also a neutral, tucked in to accentuate my waist and keep my body from looking boxy. My secret to the shirt however, is having a bit of a peek-a-boo cut. Whether it be an open back or off the shoulder, it ensures that once I take my cover up off my outfit has been immediately elevated! Speaking of cover up, I pair my outfit with a fitted Blazer that hits just at the waist and has a rounded bottom to ward off boxy-ness. I accessorize with diamond studs and a simple necklace, which is both classic and elegant. For shoes I will start with a loafer for day, but with the twist of a pointed toe, not rounded for a more updated feel. For night I will go with a sexy heel, in a bright accent color. I use my work bag for day and bring a clutch for night in a corresponding bright accent color!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lisa Müller

I love the look. Especially the skirt like the front so has a perfect crease. But I can not afford it ????.

I do not like to show my skin so I would wear a long and tight jeans. The best is a blue one where the front and back easily goes into white. The sneakers black to fit the upper part. Which falls over the belly button into a pattern and is slightly transparent from the neck to the Dekolleté. A black big hat . The lip pen is easily going Form dark red into purple and in the same color the nails and pocket. A silver / black watch, as well silver / black earrings. A thick - black choker and a slightly longer silver chain. The hair smooth ...

If I don't stop now I will never stop to write ????and even so, I'm not an English Profi so maybe you didn't even understand what I was trying to say. But I love you, I love the back and I love to watch more of your video's ????????????I look forward to them ????????????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Elle Newman

I'm a Fashion student, and as much I LOVE crazy stuff, my advice is usually to stick to what you know.

Find a colour/colour palette that suits you, find cuts and shapes of garments that flatter your figure of course. But I always feel that people buy one off pieces that they never can wear again because they feel that 'people have already seen them wearing it'. My top tip is to buy items that are VERSATILE. That you can mix & match with other garments. A bodysuit with a great neckline for example, and with a nice bit of detail such as a ruffle, and is one solid staple colour such as white/black/nude can be mixed with SO MANY ITEMS!!! You can wear with a nice pencil skirt for a classy and elegant look by night, with a pair of culottes for a smart day or night look, or even with a nice pair of jeans if you're not feeling the ultimate dress up.

Also - if you're playing it safe with the colours of your clothes, don't be afraid to have a nice pop of bright colour with your accessories. A bright bag and pair of shoes can compliment an outfit beautifully. Just don't take it too far for the sake of having colour in there!!

With makeup - just because you have red shoes and a bag for example; you don't necessarily need to do a red lip!! This can make the outfit look TRASHY rather than classy, which none of us like!!! A nice nude lip will look far better than trying to match everything!! Also - if you want a bright eye, it's not great to go for a bright lip vice versa. There are exceptions - in my opinion people with black skin suit this look a LOT more than pale people. Pale people - It will distract and divert attention from the outfit.

Lots of love girls xoxo

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ala Abdel Rahman

Mt tips for style is wearing long black shirts and make sure they are not tight fitting for the morning and if you want to make it classy just add a gold belt that goes around your waist.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Matilde Rasmussen

I really think it's brilliant to bring an extra pair of shoes, and to dress up the outfit either putting a jacket on or taking it off. My tip would be to also look at your hair; have your hair down for a relaxed and casual look at day, and then do a nice hairdo to style everything up for the evening ????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Diana

Well my tip is:
- from nice nude lipstick in the day to a bright lipstick in the night
- from a bag to a clutch
- from simple jewelry to a stunning eye catching price
- and of course a nice sweet perfume

Oh and love you Sophie

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jeanne Daudonnet-Dervieux

Hi, Sophie!
First, I wanted to take the opportunity to tell you that I've been watching your videos for quite a while now, and I love your advice and your opinion on luxuries and lifestyle! Keep doing this great work!
Now usually, when I don't have time to change at home, I wear a shirt dress with sandals and I like to keep my accessories quite simple. Then, I just take heels, a nice jacket, and some more classy jewelry with me that I can change into later on. I, also, take a different lipstick for the evening: nude for the day and full on for the evening! :)
Lots of love,

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • María Lourdes Gonzalez Villasmil

I hope you read my comment!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Estelle Scheuren

Hi!:) My tip would be to slip an eyeshadow palette in your purse to darken the eyemakeup, this will already change the look.
Also maybe pack a nice jacket for the day to cover the outfit and make it look less outgoing. Or maybe a scarf for the day.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Anne Marie friderichsen

I love to pimp my day outfit up with some extra makeup, like eyeshadow and lipstick. I also change my shoes into some chick heels, and mabye switch the bag to a smaller going out clutch. - I love your videos, and hope to win this cute bag:D. Xoxo Anne Marie from Denmark <3 <3 <3

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Chloe

I always think it's best to stick to plain clothing when it comes to transforming a look from day to night. For instance, a white blouse could easily be worn casually during the daytime - perhaps with a nice scarf - and then dressed up by adding a necklace to really make a statement in the evening. For the bottoms I would opt for a jersey style midi skirt as I think these look great paired with flats or Converse for a comfy, casual look, but can definitely be dressed up by just adding a pair of heeled sandals or pointy heels. Also, what i've done in the past is take a clutch bag that is big enough to stash the flats in so that when the heels get too much, you have a back-up pair of comfy shoes ready and waiting to save your feet! This type of outfit is typically what I live in when I go abroad, as wearing the same skirt for daytime and nighttime means I can save some precious space in the suitcase!

Like you've said in your blog, monochrome looks are great as both items of clothing will go with anything and you can always add colour in the form of accessories :) Great post Sophie! xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • annasophisticated

When having to go from day to night I usually do these three things

1) I change out my jewelry and let one fun statement piece be the hero of the outfit. It is also easy for me to have with me through out the day.

2) I have an extra smaller bag/clutch with me so I can park my big work bag somewhere and just use the clutch as a way of adding color, a texture or even work as a "bracelet substitute" as I often have mine hanging from my wrist.

3) Perfume - a little Chanel (Chance) is my go to. Perfume is just has a way of making you feel like a new person and put you in a different mood.

Bonus tip: It might be a little odd but I like brushing my teeth too. It just gets me ready to smile all night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • María Lourdes Gonzalez Villasmil

My personal típ to make a day outfil to the Night is using darker colors...Black in my opinión is perfect because is elegant and sophisticated, Also llooks great at any moment of the day! Go simple with the accesories..i think less is miore! And use a pare of shoes that pop (Bright color like you did or maybe a pare of shoes that have like a brooch or something cute on that males a statement like the Manolo Blanicks shoes ????) they have to be confortable because you are wearing them all day!! Love your videos and your style is amazing...wish i can have your entire closet LOL but seriouly i love the way you dressed! Greetings from Panamá! I Hope i win that it!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Katarina Jelic

My best day to night advice is tights and court shoes, always! You can wear your leggings and nice court shoes to work, and then in the evening just remove them tights, put your shoes back on, maybe slap on some red lipstick and you are ready to party with your girls...or mister man! A big smile will be your best accessories, and the good thing is that it doesn't take up that much space in your handbag. My (dream) bag of choice? Lady Dior!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • A J

Sophie, this skirt is beautiful. Considering getting it myself :D

As for the styling tips... I'm that lady that no matter where she goes, you'll see her wearing black, either it's nice pants or a skirt, paired with a lovely black blouse or a shirt and leather jacket. In my opinion, black is the easiest to dress up or down. If I have to go from day to night wear, I, like you did, would pair my outfit with a pair of colourful heels and another colourful accessory - I am big on pairing statement earrings with my shoes... For the last occasion on which I had to do that, I paired red pumps with red, kinda chandeliery earrings.
I also see changing lipstick as an option, change the everyday nude for rich jewel toned reds or purples.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mpho Khorombi

Hi Sophie, my absolute favourite way to transition an outfit from day to night is by wearing the LBD (little black dress) during the day I wear it with a structured blazer and heels and switch it up for the night with bold statement jewelry, a casual jackethe, clutch bag and a cheeky pair of heels! A smokey eye also wouldn't hurt :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Emma Aho

My best tip is to change up your lip, and also change some jewllery. It's quick and easy and it changes the entire look!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sabrina Teo

During the day, i always forget to put on perfume. However, for the night i will always remember especially if i m going out to party and any other events.

Changing my neutral lipstick to a very bold one and putting on a statement necklace.


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kamila Cierniak

As I don't like wearing dresses during the day, I would rather go for black skinny trousers and some nice white blouse (even something like you are wearing - it is really nice!). I would add a black Balmain blazer that you can wear when it is colder in the evening and classic Valentino heels to complete the look :) And of course I would take a red lipstick with me :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • John Paul Mercieca Saliba

As a guy, I would wear a black t shirt, grey pants with a formal shoes (i would go for a brown colour). I would style it with my favourite Armani watch, maybe a colourful bracelet (such as the Hermes ones). I think this outfit is both professional and elegant for a night out but would maybe change the hairstyle for a more evening out look.

For a woman (excuse me, i know very few stuff on female wear), I would wear some lightweight black jeans, a flattering plain top (not tucked in) along with a comfortable yet nice pair of flats. For accessories i love the idea of a colourful scarf, maybe one or two statement bracelets and a bag that matches the colour of the scarf. For the night, i'd remove the scarf, put on a statement necklace, wear some glitter jimmy choos and maybe tuck the top in.

Hope this helps- also love those jimmy choos ??

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Melina Mihaylova

Hi Sophie,

I work as a vet, so I need to wear black trousers to work with uniform top. When I have to go out after that, I usually stick to the trousers but put a more elegant top under my uniform (nobody can see it). I change to heels and I also carry some make up with me to just freshen up and put some eyeliner and darker lipstick, which automatically makes everything more formal. 99% of the time I stick to a leather jacket as well :)

Thank you for your ideas and all the inspiration ??

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Aiza Sami

I think its best to keep the main outfit the same, just change the accessories. For example swap flats for heels and larger handbag to a clutch. Also change the outerwear - coat/jacket if needed.
As for makeup, add some shimmery eyeshadow and a bolder lip for the night!! Xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Anna Steffen

I would wear a classic Outfit like a black dress or black jeans with a blouse that you can wear day and night with some pumps. And to make the outfit more evening appropiate I would put on a red lip and be good to go.

Love you Sophie xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mpho Khorombi

My absolute favourite way of transitioning an outfit from day to night is by wearing the little black dress (LBD) , I wear it to work with a formal blazer and heels and switch it up for the night by bulking up with chunky statement jewelry and a clutch bag and a cheeky pair of heels!!! ????????????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jessica Macaraeg

My tips from day to night are wearing a sweater or blazer over a dress that might be a little more evening appropriate to keep it more professional during the day. Also on days where I know I'll be going out in the evening, I'll keep pieces of statement jewelry either in my purse or my car, and perhaps even a different pair of heels in my car to switch into much like the statement heels you have in this post!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lorraine mcewan

Day time to night time travel light just bring your lipstick and off you go to a nudest camp problem solved lol love your videos Sophie look forward to the next one xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Mina

I work in retail & have 2 kids so going from day to night can be a rush at times! Especially if I'm closing that night & have to go right away after work. I'd usually do my makeup with a simple nude shadow & only a tint of lipstick for colour. My hair is usually down or curled. I'd dress in any casual top with jeggings & any flat would work. At night I would throw on a blazer & some heel, swipe my shadow with glitter & add gloss & some accessories to glam up my look without having to change my entire outfit. If you want you can switch the jeggings to a skirt still keeping the casual top & add some lashes if not already. Touchup highlight! Put the hair in a bun (messy bun is a lifesaver!).

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Millie Wilson

For a day to night look I would go with an outfit that is simple yet classy. For me the shoes instantly make an outfit, and it can either dress it up or down, I would therefore pick a simple black or nude pointed heel. As for the clothing, a dress would be an easy go to choice, however I feel like it might be too fancy for a daytime look when paired with heels. Instead I think I would pick a pair of vertical striped flared trousers. As bardot tops are currently on trend, and looks smart, I would choose a white bardot top. I wouldn't overdo the outfit with accessories, opting for a pair of sunglasses, a bracelet, and a structured cross body bag. I feel like this look is quite simplistic, however the trousers would definitely be the statement piece, and altering your make up for the evening, such as a red lip, can give the outfit a little more sophistication.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lucy Wright

Hi Sophie!
My day to night outfits always consist of a classy pair of blue jeans (usually vintage, Topshop or Good American) for a summery look, a beautiful blouse or a little oversized white shirt (like ones from, with black slightly heeled boots for day time. Then to make it more "night-like", add a classic pair of black Christian Louboutin "So Kate"! Then, if its cooler weather, maybe a black leather jacket or long trench coat over the shoulders. Bag wise, day time will be something colourful (for example the Lulu Guinness medium "PAULA" in red with a neck scarf around the handle) but for evening, i'll add a clutch bag (such as the Vivivienne Westwood "Private Envelope Clutch" in black)!
This is literally my go-to outfit????
Lots of love, good luck everyone????

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ellen wilshur

My advise for swapping a day outfit into a night one is, wearing something neutral with a statement peice ready for the night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ellen wilshur

My advise for swapping a day outfit into a night one is, wearing something neutral with a statement peice ready for the night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Precious Zuma

Hello Sophie, For me I will wear black fitted dress knee length and a coloured shirt a belt in the middle for some definition. A black wedge shoes because is more comfortable I can wear them longer. In the evening I will just remove the shirt and belt and I'm ready for the night.

Lovely video as always.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Amy E

I'd always rather be a touch overdressed in the day if I'm wearing a day-to-night outfit, but my tip for the transition is always to put my hair into a loose twisted low-effort bun in the morning when it's only slightly damp. In the evening when I take it out I'll have loose waves and because my hair looks styled it helps make the entire look come across more put together for the night!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dorothy Murray

> love monochromatic style becayse it will elongate your posture and it looks very clean, classy and pit together. I normally go basic monochrome with a bit of colourful accessory that juxtaposed the complete outfit. I love your style, you can pull anything off.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Violet

Well hi sophy to kill at party i need to wear sparkling vlothes maken with cristals like Swarovskis or another clothes with sparks and the catwalk is more important heheh kisses

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lucie

Just don't forget your personality. It dresses up any outfit for you, be yourself. :-)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Cynthia Stiffler

For me, I add some fun jewelry. Simple in the day, more trendy and fun for the evening.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Aimee

I tend to opt for wearing a nice coat that day, with a knit under it (it's winter over here at the moment). I enjoy wearing quite dressy things on a daily basis, but tone it down with the knit. At night, the knit can come off (except for when that extra warmth is needed!). In summer, I just go for it with the dresses during the day, and accesorise a little. Also, I feel like a makeup look can really bring an outfit into the evening- something more dramatic than what I tend towards cor everyday. Love your content!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sofia Fitch

I have two tips on this matter,
the 1st one is makeup, wear during the day your usual makeup look and in the evening darken it a little bit (maybe with a bolder lip colour, a dark eye shadow or bit more of glitter), there are actually tons of tutorials on day to night makeup looks and they have helped me tons!
The 2nd tips, is to actually carry in your purse some statement jewellery, maybe a chunky necklace or a pair of astonishing long earrings, I promise this is going to make your outfit a lot nicer and more party-appropriated. xx

  • 05 Jul 2017

Hi Sophie, Always enjoy your videos. Here's a few tips for the day to night.
1. Wear a neutral lipstick during the day and amp up your makeup for the night, ex: wearing a red lip at night. Or vice versa. Go for a low key neutral face during the day and do a smoky eye at night.
2. I actually have a purse whereby you can unzip the front and it becomes a clutch to use at night.
3. Put a clutch in your day tote and use the clutch for the evening and leave the tote at work to take home with you the next day.
4. Wear a sleeveless or any sexy dress with a business jacket. Leave the jacket at work and out you go.
5. Nice simple jewellery during the day and change to something either with a lot of stones on a simple black dress or a really big necklace for the evening.
6. Wear ballerinas for work or something low and keep your stilettos in your tote to change into for the evening.
7. Wear a slick back ponytail during the day, take it out for the evening and fluff up your hair (i.e. if you have long hair). :-))
8. You can actually wear a big scarf as a halter top underneath your jacket and take off the jacket for the evening. It's one of the zillion ways to wear a large scarf. You know the ones I mean...whereby you can also make them into a halter dress, sarong, etc.
I think that's it for now. Hope I win!!. XOXO

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Dorsa Mohammadi

Personally, I work in an office.
My favourite day-to-night outfit is to go to work with my favorite little black dress (the exact dress will depend on your body shape). On top of that I will wear a blazer (level of chique-ness of blazer depending on your job; color of blazer black or, if you feel daring, white) and some appropriate work-heels (wear flats if that is appropriate for your job). Quite simple.

To change it to a night-outfit, I would throw on a lovely necklace full of bling (optional) and take off the blazer and instead drape the blazer over my shoulders (not putting my arms through the sleeves). To finish the look, change the shoes to your favorite bright colored shoes! Et voila, a chique feminine look where you look like a female James (Jane) Bond walking into the restaurant. Look the part and feel confident!

The draping of the blazer on your shoulders changes not only the outfit, in my opinion, but also the way you wear it and walk. You suddenly feel like someone in a movie, walking into the room, and all the men looking over!

- Love from the Netherlands

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ajwah Qasim

Being someone who LOVES to dress up but has alot of busy days what i personally do is:
#1 carry a small/medium sized bag..not only will it help you carry minimum stuff but can actually work for both day and night if you plan your look right
#2 bring minimum makeup..if you wanna rock a red lip at night just tap it lightly for a day time look as well so that you dont need an extra colour for those daytime touchups!
#3 if you have a gorgeous night time top that you wanna wear..wear it during the day as well just probably with a black blazer or anything on top for a more daytime look
#INVEST YOUR TIME,MONEY,PEACE OF MIND AND EVERYTHING ELSE over finding that one rare pair of heels that are not only beautiful enough for both,a day and night time look but also are adequately comfortable.

love love your youtube channel..especially all the current content.
lots of love :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Georgia smith

I love a classic structured blazer, plain white tshirt and skinny ripped jeans, only have to change shoes, go from espadrilles to a classic court heel! Effortless glam

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Trina

Flats in the bag. Belted cardigan if I really need to cover for what the night will receive!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kiaya bass

Loving the look Sophie!
My tip is to wear a more fitted dress with a blazer over the top to keep it classy!
Or I'd go for the trusty high waist fitted trouser with a silky blouse and court heels. Loosen the top button to take it day to night and of course pop on a bright pink lip to pull out the sass! X

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • tilling kuniya

Hello Sophie! I love your videos because you share content about luxury brands and as i am a student i don't know or own any of it. I get all my information from you and other youtubers. Keep up the good work.
From a day to night look i like to wear a dress that will go for both day and night like a slip dress but during the daytime i like to make it casual by throwing a jacket on top like a boyfriend denim jacket or bomber. I like to wear shoes that give me a little more height so it has to have heel of a decent height so i can wear it all day long. For accessories you can always wear toned down jewellery for day and carry an extra earring or necklace in your handbag. Also you can pop a darker shade of lipcolor for the night and more makeup. You can carry a comparatively smaller bag that can fit all your essential for the day as you donot want to carry something too large for the night.
Lots of love. x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nina Luciano

I love your looks!

I think that my best day to night tips are: wearing nice, well fitted black pants (a tight fit, possibly even skinny black denim) and a loose white blouse; for daytime, I would wear minimal jewelry and a nude lipstick (with full face of neutral makeup) together with a pair of ballerinas - I don't like wearing high heels during daytime, since I tend to walk quite a lot from one meeting to another on most days. I would also usually have a larger bag that can hold my laptop or at least a tablet. For night look I would keep a brighter (orange, bright pink or red) lipstick, pumps and smaller bag, both matching or being close to the lip colour in my car. I also have a statement necklace (silver with large roses), black leather jacket and false eyelashes on hand in my boot at all times, so those would also be possible add ons. for me, the key for day to night look is adding a fun pop of colour to the latter one.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nicole Hutchinson

I start the day off with my everyday makeup routine, I would then personally wear a black club moneco rove jumpsuit as I think it is a very versatile piece that you can dress up or down

I would pair the jumpsuit with a white blouse and block boots or ballet flats for the day time with a contrasting coloured bag for a pop of colour

And to transition into a night time look i would remove the blouse and wear a pointed heel for a classy but "night out" kind of vibe, I would then wear a clutch rather then a bag.

For makeup I would just add a darker colour in to my crease and and fuller pair of lashes.

By the way I adore the look you created and you channel !!X

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kim Angelica Lindberg


I found myself in this situation pretty often when travelling. And my main issue is that I don't want to bring a lot of heavy stuff around.

My Suggestions is following:

- Always keep a red lip in the bag, takes no space and is an immediate pic up!
- Focus on daytime wear. Foldable ballet shoes is a perfect solution. Why? In the daytime you're probably not as bothered by your pumps peeking through in your bag. At night you want a sleek look and no luggage. Foldable shoes are great for that!
- Scarfs! Mango has lovely ones with details that is very Gucci-esk. Tie them around your neck, wear them over the shoulder or wear as a belt. Perfect if you need a "sunscreeen" during the day as well. Pro tip: add your favorite scent to it before you leave home and feeling will be even better.

That's my main ones when I can't luggage around things but want a pic me up for the night :-)

Also, just wanted to say that you're such an inspiration. Followed your YouTube and insta for both fashion and career advice from the get go :-)

All the best <3

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Amber McQueen

My favorite look would be a low back dress in black with a higher neckline to be more conservative for day, add a beautiful wide brimmed hat for an outdoor day event. Accessorize and throw on some strappy heels.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Brianna Krystal Johnson

Wear an outfit your comfortable in and rock it.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Diana

Well my tip is :
- nice nude lipstick in the day , a bright lipstick in the night
- from flat to hight heels
- from a bag to a clutch
- from simple jewelry to a staining eyes catching pice
- and of course a nice sweet perfume

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Pauline Ma

I have the butterfly twists which I can fit in my bag. I also wear pointy black smaller heels so it's more comfy. Jewellery and a belt is also a must to jazz up the outfit

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Aileen McColl

Hi Sophie,
Absolutely love your blog, thanks so much for the chance to win this gorgeous wee bag too!
My personal style tips for day-to-evening wear would be to wear a fairly 'basic', classic outfit; usually for me it'd be black skinny jeans, a pretty blouse and my suede jacket. I would personally bring a tote bag with me and pack it full of accessories to convert my look from daytime to night! I'd swap out flats for heeled boots, add a glitzy necklace, and finally make some beauty changes; dark lip and a quick smokey eye!
Keep up the good work with all your fabulous content! :) xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Neha Jindal

When i have to wear something from day to night i use to wear black denim and wear nuteral top which is neither too loud nor too simple As i am college student i can can wear something like that also i keep my sling bag and shoes prepared i my car so that on my way to party i can change my bag and shoes and this will change my entire look and m ready for the party !!! And then reaching the destination quickly freshen up myself in washroom of hotel or wherever party is ???????? ...!! This is how I usually manage my day and party night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Diana

Well my tip is :
- nice nude lipstick in the day , a bright lipstick in the night
- from flat to hight heels
- from a bag to a clutch
- from simple jewelry to a staining eyes catching pice
- and of course a nice sweet perfume

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Robin McGrath

Hey, Sophie!

My personal advice for a great day to night look is pretty simple, to be honest! In the day I rock a nice pair of dark blue jeans with a neautral colored top. I add my Tory Burch flats, pandora bracelet, Kate spade bracelet, and my Alex and ani brackets. Then I add a touch of glamour with some pearl or diamond stud earrings. My makeup is a neautral eye with a nude pink lip. When nighttime rolls around I switch out my flats for my apostrophe heels from Christian Louboutin, add a light red leatherette jacket, and switch up my lipstick to a bright red, I love the rouge allure from Chanel. I typically curl my hair, so when switching from a day to night look I may put up a few pieces to add more emphasis on my eyes since I have bangs. I don't have any super fancy designer handbags yet, so I typically use my brown coach bag or my Chanel classic flapbag lookalike from Michael Kors.

Thanks for this opportunity, Sophie!!

Stay glamorous!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Laura Horner

Something understated yet elegant + chic;

Day time: oversized white shirt, faux leather black trousers, white blazer, black flats, and a beige/nude bag.

Night time: Switch white shirt for hot black cami or a black top with lace detail, bag for an interesting black purse, and leopard print heels.

Love your Youtube channel, wish you all the best.


  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Aly Rivera

When I am thinking of an outfit that works day to night I think of transitional pieces. You can wear a pair of dark wash skinny jeans and a plain white crisp shirt with flats and it looks casual. Adding a few pieces like a blazer, heels and some fab jewelry really elevates the look taking you into night. Thanks for the opportunity !! Love your blog/videos!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Isela Martinez

My advice for you would be to wear something that makes you feel comfortable/confident. A tip that helps me is wearing something basic such as a plain black or white dress or anything really and adding accessories to spark it up at night and in the morning put on a hat or sunglasses. PS. Keep up the good work xoxo

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Hind Fakir

Sometimes I work the whole day and go out straight after that with my girlfriends, so what I do is I change my lipstick to a balder one like red or burgundy which automaticly changes the look, I also wear skirts and heals and put my hear down instead of up and put on a lovely evening perfume

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Gwendolyn

Wow! Your blog is really amazing!!! It is so nice to see that you are reaching your goals <3 Thank you for your mini review on the Jimmy Choo shoes, since I am really considering buying them. My number one tip is a bright lip colour and some jewelry to change from day to night. Then I will feel great during the day, but at night I will look glamorous. Lots of love<3

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Honey Jackson

My Instagram @honey_jackson
I would wear This bag with a black dress at night with a smokey eye look
In the day I would wear a accordion skirt and a white top

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Caroline dalton

Hi Sophie
I wear a dress for day and evening, evening I will change from flats to hills and add a red lip stick and change bag, top my makeup ???? up so I look a little different x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Maria Joseph

To prepare for a day to night look when I know I will be needing one, I usually take my large LV neverfull for the day and put a clutch into it and bring a change of shoes. For the day, I usually wear a dress with leggings or jeans underneath and when I am ready for the switch to night, I change my shoes, grab the clutch and take my pants off and leave the LV bag in the trunk of my car.

When I am NOT prepared, but need to stay out from day to night there are a couple things I do. I usually carry a makeup bag with me wherever I go. I usually refresh my makeup and add a red lip, or something bolder for the evening. I usually almost always carry a cross body bag day-to-day, so if I need to stay out at night I will remove the cross body strap, and I find by just holding your purse on the crook of your arm, or by the top handles, this can convert an outfit into a more polished night time look instantly!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Faye Brown

I go with some fitted (thinking tapered leg not so much skinny) dark trousers in a thinish but not cheap looking cotton (My favorite at the moment is dark khaki green) with a white blouse or body suit (generally I go a little lower cut in this because boobs not legs haha) and and some white converse for day. If its a little chiller I'll add a leather jacket. Then for the evening, I added some gold very thin straight line earrings, and some gold barley there heels. If carrying spare shoes isnt an option, I ditch both converse and sandals and go for some nude pumps and a blazer instead :)

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Joi Davis

Hi Sophie,

Great Blog...I understand the dilemma. For me, mixing styles works alot. My personal style is preppy chic. In the case of going day to night I think an a-line skirt with a simple top would do the trick. You could wear a blazer on top to make it work appropriate during the day and maybe have a change of shoes and bag in your trunk for a night on the town. Eau de parfum instead of eau de toilette for longevity. L <3 ve the bag!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Katharina

Hi Sophie! I like to wear a lace top with bit low-cut an on the day with a blazer, tight jeans, high heels and for the evening i apply bit more make up, open the hair...ready :-)
love your videos, thank you! :-*

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Joaquim Pereira

I think the best way for you to go from day to night is to wear something that is really flashy then dress it down because its easier to do that then dressing something up. For example where a stunning dress something bodycon or mid thigh length then dress it down with an oversized destressed denim jacket and minimal jewellery. Accessorise with neutral bags and shoes like a chanel classic flap and a pair of manolos and if your bag carry some statement jewellery theb when you gotta head out leave the hacket in the car chuck on your statement jewels and rock it!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kylesha lindemere

A white shirt and dark blue jeans with nude heels are my perfect day to night outfit!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Damarius Ingram

What I usually do when it comes to switching the outfit from night to day is focus on the accessories and shoes. I feel that with the right necklaces or handbag you can easily change an outfit. Also with shoes it's very easy to upscale an outfit from day to night. Those would be my tips when it comes to switching up an outfit.
I love your channel so much and make sure I watch religiously every week xx.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ale

Shoes always get my outfits out of the boring everyday 9-5 job that I have, I usually tend to choose something easy to wear so I can get easier through the day and the I have a secret weapon in my bag ... my lovely heels that make me back to Cinderella !!!!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Inga Irbe

Hello Sophie!
I love to wear my bubba dresses.. !! I just put some sandals or if it's possible I wear some heels(I have 2 small kids) not always is possible to wear heels haha!!!!!!! and then I just add some accessories and some trendy bag... !! and fun can start.. !!!!! well I have fun every day, running after my 2 girls !!!!!!!!!
p.s Love your look every single time, it's just soo cute and classic.. Just gorgeous !!!!!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Kristiana Snepste

Helloouuuu :))))

I always take with me shoes to change, as well as little bit of makeup, for example a bright lipstick.

But actually sometimes right after work before party I go to like Zara to buy some simple but more festive top that would suit my outfit better and working shirt I put in my bag :))

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Anne-Sophie Alain

what I personally do to be ready for everyday in case I go out at night is leaving a fancy pair of shoes at my office (in my cabinet). That way, I don't have to walk in them when I walk to work, I can put them on if I'm going to a meeting, and I look put together in the evenings.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Jenny Weilandt

I normally wear neutral colours for a day-to-night look so definitely black, white and grey because it's easy to change up but still fits both day and night :-) I also like to wear flats over day that I can just chug into my bag and wear heels for the night. Another thing I like to do is change my purse to a smaller one for evenings because you don't want to walk around with your day bag.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sarah B

I love wearing an A line dress that I can throw a cropped blazer over for during the day with some comfortable flats then for the evening switching in to black heels, throw on some jewelry, smoke out my makeup and head out for the night. I try and keep everything monochrome or neutral so that is is more versatile!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Ester Capuz Duran

I think versatility is the key, items that you can carry easily, for me would be a nice white crisp shirt a pair of nice jeans I do like boyfriend fit, loafers for day time with very simple jewellery, night time, throw on a pair of black high heel pumps a tailored blazer and my magic trick! Add a nice sexy bright red lipstick, and you are night time ready!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Sarah hill

Hey sophie
I love how you brought a glamous pop of colour to this outfit. I love love love the black skirt and this reminds me of my own style. My tip to bring an outfit from casual to dress is to add jewellery I think that jewellery is a big statement to an outfit and think that it really changes a look for different situations for example a large necklace can completely transform an outfit added with some bracelets.
Love your channel and blog keep up with the good work. Xx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Gabriella Rawson

I have many tips to share!
Firstly, an extra pair of shoes! If I'm going through a long day were I don't particularly fancy wearing heels all day and all night, I will always carry an extra pair of heels 24/7 in my car. The heels are plain black, so they will match any outfit for last minute plans and you're always prepared.

Secondly, a lipstick of course! If I know I'm going somewhere that day, I will pick a lipstick that will make my outfit pop for the event later. For example, a black dress can be boring but with a red lip it can make the outfit classy and sexy.

Lastly, perfume! One of my all time favourites is Alien. I would carry this in my bag until I go to my event. It has a very musky but powerful scent and it will last all day. I feel like perfume can really change the look on an outfit.

Good luck everyone entering! Xxx

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Iona

I ALWAYS go for skinny jeans, a strappy heel, a simple but luxe camisole paired with a blazer. Pair it with a gorgeous bag and you literally cannot go wrong. Looks chic and smart throughout the day and glamorous at night!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Eunique Griffin

I find a little black dress is the best way to go from day-to-night. Wear it with a pair of colorful flats and a blazer during the day, then exchange the flats for heels and lose the jacket and you have a sexy and classic look fro your evening. A change from nude lipstick to a deep red or plum also packs a huge punch!
Love your videos Sophie! <3

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Steph Cooper

I personally love to mix up my outfits! Sometimes I'll wear light denim jeans with a plain white top and a pink suede jacket, along with some white trainers. Yet on other days I love to go for a monotone look, which could be black jeans with a black top and white shoes along with a grey suede biker jacket! I love mixing up my outfits! I'm not the type of girl to wear skirts but when I do, I always go for something that really compliments my figure. You just have to find out what suits you and when you do, you'll feel amazing! Love this blog btw Sophie!!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Elise Commeine

I would go for a good pair of black pumps: they can be very classy if you combine them with the right pieces, but they can be really playful at the same time, perfect for day and night! You could pair it with a tight skirt (well not super tight, just kinda of inbetween) and maybe a silky/satin top. I think it can look very chique and classy in the day, but definitely very fun and playful!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Aikaterini Psiachoulia

For me is just the LBD. Always classic and i pair it with flats or heels!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Aikaterini Psiachoulia

For me is just the LBD. Always classic and i pair it with flats or heels!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Carla T

It's all about accessories for me. Bigger statement necklace and more statement earrings. If you can stash a little leather jacket at work and throw that on, it can turn a casual outfit chic and add edge to a more formal outfit.
A little compact eyeshadow palette is great for creating an instant smokey eye and texturising spray to add volume to your hair. If you're quick you can be ready inside of 20 minutes!

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Nor Alkaiat

My best tip for wearing something from day to night is to pair a neutral outfit with some statement pieces, such as wearing all black but at night add a gold jacket, some heels and some statement jewellery. Also a cat eye and dark lip usually help any outfit transform from day to night.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Lottie Gibbons

Love the bag! My tips would be to wear basic block clothing to which you can then use accessories (like the bag) to transform the outfit from day to night wear! Which also means on Instagram outfits on pictures do look different - it's a win win!!
Lots of love, Lottie x

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Olga Dabrowski

What I would advice on how to put together a day to night outfit is to make sure the day makeup is a more neutral look and for night you can add a strong lip or add a statement eyeshadow. Also your outfit should be comfortable as well as classy. The shoes should be either a flat or a very short heel. The bag I wear can be a clutch that also has a strap that can be hidden inside so that you can go from day to night. I would choose for my day to night outfit a simple black dress that is a bit above the knee. Depending on if the dress had sleeves our jot I would incorporate a short sleeve vest that is either a simple color like pale pink for lunch and work or a statement color like gold for a dressy dinner or night out on the town. This is how I would plan my day to night outfit.

  • 05 Jul 2017
  • Andrea

I wear bodycon dresses with classic white sneakers for understated urban chic. Add earrings, necklace, throw sneaks in my tote and change for barely there healed sandals and I'm ready for a night out! Would love the chance to win the bag

  • 04 Jul 2017
  • Indi Smith

Hi Sophie

I absolutely love this look and how versatile it is, I particularly love the waterfall skirt as it looks amazing on. The brightness of the shoes paired with the bag also caught my eye. I find your fashion posts very inspiring as I hope to go into fashion styling one day, I think accessories are the perfect way to make a causal outfit dressy, love this post!

  • 04 Jul 2017
  • Skrancova Petra

Hello! :-) For me it is definitely a dress and a heels. And a nice parfum to wake me up after whole day.

  • 04 Jul 2017
  • Janika Niemela

My personal tips for dressing for day through to night is to wear something with neutral colours like black/white/nude that goes well with any other colour. During the day accessorising with bright colour bag/hat or a satin scarf around the neck. Then perhaps switching the bag into a darker colour and adding some dark lipstick on as I go into the night.

Love your youtube videos and blog Sophie keep up the motivating vids! xx

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