With party season almost upon us there's no better way to ensure you're cocktail-ready than investing in the Louche Bonne Dress from Joy.
If you're stocking up on Christmas fizz then pay some mind to what it might be consumed out of. These Smoked Swirls Champagne Coupes from Anthropologie will bring plenty of retro glamour to any soiree.
Bring the night out back into your home with this vintage 1950s cocktail bar.
If you're fortunate enough to find yourself in Rhode Island, Masachusetts between now and July 31st you'll be able to visit Cocktail Culture: Ritual and Invention in American Fashion, 1920-1980; a fabulous exhibition exploring "the social ritual of the cocktail hour through the lens of fashion and design."
Dating back to the 1930's, cocktail garb was a good deal more functional than eveningwear and marked the advent of the more modern woman who drank socially. Fashion from designers including Balenciaga and Schiaparelli features in this exhibition alongside jewellery, accessories and photographs.
If you can't make it all the way there you can always buy the book which is fully illustrated and includes five essays on the visual culture of the cocktail party
Find out more and and buy the book, which costs $30 here.