The holidays are here and our schedules are filled with tons of seasonal events. ‘Tis the season for office parties, house parties and nights out on the town. For many this is such a wonderful time of year, but sometimes determining what to wear to all of your scheduled festivities can be a bit overwhelming.
I’m sharing some outfit ideas with you so you can easily navigate dressing for all of your upcoming holiday parties and gatherings.
Many holiday office parties take place during the week after work hours and you won’t always have time to go home and change before the party begins. I suggest picking festive work appropriate pieces that will also look great as you celebrate with your co-workers after hours. Green is such a beautiful color to wear this time of year, and I love these gorgeous pants paired with a tie-neck button-up blouse. Simply add a pair of gemstone earrings, velvet pom pom heels and a statement coat and a velvet clutch to elevate your look for an evening office party. All of these pieces can be found at Ann Taylor.
Whether you are hosting a house party this holiday season or attending one, pick pieces that are going to be festive and chic yet comfortable. This leopard print metallic top paired with gorgeous crushed velvet pants is perfect for spending an evening cozied up with friends and family. Finish your look with a great pair of statement earrings, a simple beaded clutch to carry just a few essentials and a chic pair of gold metallic open-toe heels. These pieces can be found at Anthropologie and Nordstrom.
Many of us will be heading out on the town between now and New Year’s Eve, and there is no better time of year to wear sequins–the ultimate festive option for holiday attire! This gorgeous, all-over sequin dress with floral sequin details is a great option for a night out. Choose a dress with long sleeves to stay warm and be sure not to leave home without a statement coat, great clutch, chic strappy shoes and festive pair of earrings! These pieces can be found at Dillard’s and Nordstrom.
Hope you all have a wonderful and festive holiday season!