It’s officially party season, which means your work Christmas party is just around the corner. Figuring out the perfect outfit can be tricky. ‘How dressy is everyone going?’ ‘Can I eat a three course meal and still sit down in this dress?’ ‘Are we going to town after the party?’
Christmas party outfit ideas…
We’ve rounded up this quick guide to help you nail every Christmas party eventuality.
The Desk to Drinks Thing
If you are heading straight out to the bar, then a power suit is always the answer. Discover tailored co ord outfits that will score you serious style points at your Christmas party. Fasten the blazer or team it with a lace body suit for the a party outfit that means business.
A mini dress is always a look for your work cocktail soirée. If you’re going for some very ‘civilised’ drinks, then team up your little flirty number with a super luxe fur coat. (After all, it is the middle of British winter)
The Free Bar
If you have one of those work Christmas dos where it’s a free bar and you just know you’re going to end up a little (or a lot) worse for wear, then this is the outfit for you. Stay clear of playsuits and jumpsuits that will only end up testing your patience every time you nip to the toilet. This dress is about as extra as it gets, and pink sparkles are always a vibe.
The Black Tie Event
Got a black tie event? Congrats, someone’s doing well! Don’t dig out your old prom dress or ball gown, show them who wears the trousers (or not) with a luxe tuxedo dress. We are all about christmassy fabrics such as sequins and velvet. Add an embellished belt and strappy barely theres for the ultimate finished belt.
The plus one
Your boyfriend or girlfriend has invited you to their work’s do. You need to look 🔥, whilst also looking respectable enough to gain a good with his co-workers and bosses. This is the time to break out the midi dress. They give you shape, length and also a bit of integrity in case you end up having a few too many. Clash your textures with a faux fur jacket to add more glitz and you’re good to go. It’s really that simple.
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