If you head out to a reggae club, be prepared to move and wind your body to the sounds of rhythmic drumming and island vibes. No matter if you’re heading out to a nightclub that features a reggae-style dance scene or a bona fide reggae joint, wear comfortable and appropriate clothes for your evening out.
Sexy Little Dress
For a night at the bar sipping an island-inspired signature cocktail, wear a sexy short spaghetti-strap printed dress. Choose a black, neon yellow, pink and green color dress with a V-neck bodice in a short above-the-thigh length. Pair with Rastafarian print peep-toe strappy heels, and wear hair in large, bold waves for a sexy style. This knockout look will have all eyes on you as you sway bar-side to the beat.
Itty Bitty Spandex
Show off your curves with a pair of red nylon tricot high-waist leggings and a black and white zebra-print tank body suit. This racy style is not only sexy but perfect if you plan on tearing up the dance floor the majority of the night. Here you can wind and grind yourself into a pretzel knowing your outfit is not only fashionable but comfortable. Finish with a pair of black single-strap heels and a matching red-leather cuff bracelet.
Traditional Island Colors
If you’re determined to wear red, yellow, green and black for your night out, do so in a way that is respectful of the culture and not satirical. Opt for a pair of all-black super-stretch skinny jeans with a hip-hugging black tank with green, yellow and red piping. Add a thin red patent-leather belt around your waist to add a pop of contrasting color to your waistline. Finish with a pair of black closed-toe stilettos or, for a more casual style, black patent-leather high-top sneakers.
You can’t go wrong with a body-hugging black mini dress when you’re partying the night away at a club. Wear yours with a pair of peep-toe black heels, or snag a pair of red and yellow two-tone heels. Keep it simple by pulling your hair back into a sleek ponytail and secure with a black elastic band. Wear a pair of oversized fabric earrings perhaps in a Rastafarian print or a multicolor pair in the shape of the African continent.