Holiday Party Like A Pro
Your Holiday Party Outfit Guide
When choosing a Holiday party outfit, questions arise and some doubt sets in. What color should I wear? Are pants appropriate? Is the outfit dressy enough? This is stressful for most of us. Top it off with the hustle and bustle of the season, and your outfit can often get lost in translation. [Gasp!] To keep you merry and bright throughout the holidays, we’ve rounded up our top three style tips that are sure to have you Dressed to Impress all season long!
A Daring Dress for the Office Party
Keep it classy and choose a hemline that falls right above the knee. Select a dress that compliments your shape (sheath, a-line, fit and flare) in a daring shade of red or green – an appropriate choice for a simple silhouette! The office Christmas party is not the time to take big risks with trends. You’ll want to standout, but for the right reasons. Keep the sparkle to a minimum with a statement necklace, preferably bib length. Think ‘merry and bright’ not ‘merry and disco ball’.
Edgy Glam with the Gals
It’s time for champagne! Celebrate with your girls in style by breaking out the leather. Black leather pants are a great alternative to jeans. Plus they are much more comfy (and sexy!) Leather and sequins too much you say? Nope. Keep the look monochrome and do not let a single piece overpower. Layered delicate jewelry add the perfect touch to complete the outfit. Tis’ the season to shine!
Emerald luxe for Dinner with the Fam
Stick to solids for a holly jolly evening out with the fam! Pair a trendy top with a simple bottom (think pencil skirt or colored denim) for an effortless look. If you’re feeling wild, break up the colors with a patterned leopard print belt! Now is the time to feel comfortable experimenting with a trend you’ve been wanting to try. Have you tried velvet? It’s the perfect fabric for the holidays, not to mention it’s extra cozy for those nights by the fire.
Indulge in all the fun traditions the season has to offer and leave the stress of selecting outfits to your stylist. Request any of these styles in your next box or style appointment by clicking here.