It’s that time of year when your inbox might be flooded with invitations for all sorts of gatherings to celebrate the holidays.
But what do you wear? Because an office party with your work colleagues at the home of your boss calls for an all-together different outfit from the drinks-and-snacks with your best friends at the pub.
We round up some sartorial solutions for various holiday scenarios to ensure you have a jolly good time.
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What To Wear
Forget that oversize work tote (do you really want to be reminded of work at a party?) you carrying around all day and downsize to a chic evening purse for the evening. Jessica black satin clutch, $54.99, Sears
If the cocktail party you’re headed to involves standing around making small talk or working the room networking, your feet will thank you for a pair of sleek flats. Patent leather loafers, $79.99, H&M.
Taking a couple of youngsters to see The Nutcracker? Dress for the occasion in a rich velvet dress. Dress, $89.95, Gap.
Sometimes a statement necklace is all you need to dress up an outfit. Braided pearl necklace, $19, Joe Fresh.
A sparkly yet elegant pair of shoes with a bow gives a sense of the holiday spirit. Bow flats, $29, Joe Fresh.
Light up your office party with a bit of shimmer and shine. This sequin skirt works with a crisp white shirt or a black cashmere turtleneck. Pencil skirt, $195, Banana Republic.
You don’t necessarily need to go out and buy a new outfit. Dress up that demure little black dress or sweater from the back of your closet with an interesting brooch. Bird pin, $35, Banana Republic.
New Year’s Eve parties call for smashing sequins. Ring in the new year with glamorous glitter. Jessica sequin dresses, $39.97 each, Sears.
A festive looking jacket can dress up or add interest to a demure dress. Floral jacket, $79.99, H&M
Not all holiday dresses requires sheaths of sequins. You can still make an impact with an architecturally shaped dress. Curved Dart dress, $175, COS.
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