One of the last things you want to hear half way through an outdoor salsa pool party is “Did you jump in, or were you pushed?” The last thing you want is to be soaking wet with no change of clothes. If you’re staying nearby, you don’t have to worry about going to change out of your saturated wardrobe. However, if you’re staying or you live miles from the party, it’s only common sense to bring a change of clothing – at the very least, shorts and a tee.
Ladies can bring hair care products and accessories with them at the outdoor salsa pool party. Hair pins, scrunchies, bobby pins, headbands, hairbrushes. Makeup accessories too, for the touch ups. Partying all night is all well and good, but if you look like you’ve spent it in a trash can with Oscar the Grouch, it doesn’t appeal – and the same goes for the guys. Brylcreem, gel, a comb or deodorant may be advisable.
None of these are “must have” accessories for either gender. And a lot of the fun will be provided, so there is no need to bring along your games console. In fact, if you’ve brought along your PlayStation or your Wii to Malta, you either work for Sony or Nintendo as a software tester and it’s a working vacation, or we have failed to convince you that the events we have planned are absolutely massive. Trust us. They are awesome.
Comfortable dancing shoes are a must if you intend to hit the tiles – and there will be plenty of opportunity to do so, with DJs and music galore. Each outdoor salsa pool party will have themes, and you can bring along clothing and accessories accordingly. There is no need to splurge on expensive outfits – even investing in a small accessory from a gift shop will be enough to satisfy a theme. We won’t turn you away from the door. There are plenty of other things to bring to outdoor salsa pool party.
At bottom, though, the only thing you need to bring is yourself.