Saturday, June 19, 2010

Dress Up Games for Girls

Dress up games are almost always geared toward girls, but that doesn’t mean that boys can’t play. Like so many things, dress up games can appeal to both genders so long as you find a way to entertain the boys of the world. While dressing up Barbie isn’t going to catch the attention of most boys, if Tony Hawke or someone else in the skateboarding or athletic realm released dress up games to give boys a chance to dress up their own skater or their own fashion icon in clothing the boys themselves would like to wear, it’s not too far of a stretch to think that boys would be just as interested in the dress up games as girls are.

Dress up games are a straightforward way to play with fashion. The dress up games give you a collection of fashionable clothing items and a doll to wear them. The games can just as easily accommodate Kurt Cobain as they do Miley Cyrus. Whatever your personal taste and gender, there are sure to be a dress up games that suit your interests.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Dress Up Games on Rainy Days

The month of June seems to bring a huge number of rainy afternoons around my neck of the woods. When it rains outside, sometimes it’s hard to get motivated to do much of anything inside. This is the perfect time for dress up games. Dress up games can keep you entertained for hours as you find ways to design new looks and come up with new styles of your own. Dress up games are an easy to way to enjoy your time indoors when the weather simply won’t cooperate outside.

The best dress up games are the ones that relate to how you see yourself or ones that seem like a great deal of fun for you personally. If you’re not into princesses, skip the princess dress up games and opt for the rock star ones instead. Don’t get pulled into thinking that there are only a few sorts of dress up games. In truth there are hundreds of different varieties of dress up games to enjoy with friends or by yourself. As you play more dress up games, you’ll see that the variety of the games available are a nice addition to your arsenal of rainy day weapons.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Dress Up Games and Your Evening Out

Depending on what you do in your evenings out, you’ll need to wear a variety of things. Going through your wardrobe to find the best options for your evenings out, however, can be tricky if you’re not sure how everything goes together. Start with the basic black pants, capris, skirts and shorts and see how they wear with the shirts and tops in your closet. As you find a style you really like or find two pieces that look great together, put those aside in your mind as a possible combination to wear out for a fun night.

Look for other outfits that are a bit more casual for just hanging out with friends or going to the movies. You want to look good, especially in the evening hours, but you don’t want to feel overdressed either. Look for clothing options that are easy to throw on that are fun to wear and appropriate for an evening, but be sure that they are casual enough to be comfortable and to transition easily from dinner to perhaps a club or party if the opportunity presents itself.

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Dress Up Games and Summer

The summer dress up games are easily the best kind. When you start playing dress up games in the warmer months, you have the option of wearing short dresses and skirts as well as playing with all kinds of tops. The winter months are colder and have bulkier pieces in most cases that limit the fun to some degree. Playing dress up games in the summer months means you get to start with a minimum layer and often you get to stay there.

Start with the looks for summer days and then move to summer nights as you enjoy the dress up games. The styles you create can be just for fun, or they can translate to the kinds of things you wear out yourself. In fact, the more you play, the more opportunities you have to design your own fashion wardrobe simply by pairing up pieces you like and finding styles you simply have to have. When you create a style you love, take that style to the stores and do what you can to replicate it. The final result is a closet full of clothing that you absolutely love to wear.