A Night In\nInspired by the dinner party she hosted this past weekend, W’s Fashion Market and Accessories Director Karla Martinez de Salas picks her 10 must-haves for chic and comfy entertaining at home.\nAfter my wedding I swore I would never plan seating again, but this Anya Hindmarch organizer is so fun I had to make an exception. \n\nAnya Hindmarch Dunstone seating arrangement, $650, anyahindmarch.com.\nThe new king of eveningwear makes a cozy-chic ensemble that is perfect for a night in with friends. \n\nJuan Carlos Obando top, $650, and pant, $650, thecorner.com.\nA kitten heel looks elegant but allows for plenty of running around the house preparing for guests. \n\nSaint Laurent, $795, yvessaintlaurent.com.\nAfter the candle burns out, the containers are beautiful enough to keep. \n\nFornasetti candle, $165, aedes.com.\nI am crazy for Martino Gamper’s designs. This coaster is an accessible way to incorporate his aesthetic into a party. \n\nMartino Gamper, $22, martinogamper.com.\nA Victorian-inspired shift dress is a great spring piece—but perhaps best for nights when you hire someone else to do the cooking. \n\nVeronique Branquinho, $808, thecorner.com.\nMulticolored glasses are a festive touch. \n\nMOMA, $95, momastore.org.\nTwo of my favorite artists have collaborated on inventive tablecloths that fit any budget. \n\nMaurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari table cloths, $38, momastore.org.\nI plan on wearing this jacket—one of my favorites of the season—to all sorts of parties this spring. \n\nMarc Jacobs, $4495, mytheresa.com.\nBeautiful and practical, this match-striker is a fun accent on the dining table. \n\nAerin matchstriker, $190, aerin.com.