4 Outfits to Get You Through the 4 Holiday Parties You’ll Be Invited To This Year

The holidays are stressful enough without worrying about what to wear.

4 Outfits to Get You Through the 4 Holiday Parties You’ll Be Invited To This Year

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Believe it or not, the holiday season countdown has officially begun, and that means it’s almost time to make the rounds at a fair amount of obligatory parties. You know the ones—lukewarm plastic cups of champagne, tinsel overload, and old high school friends who haven’t seen you since...last year’s celebrations. But, to be honest, our holiday wardrobes could use a little refresh, especially if we want to make a good impression on our significant other’s relatives. So whether you’re gearing up for your annual office party or are preparing for a truly *epic* New Years, these are the four outfits that will help you sail through the season in style.


Office Holiday Party

A statement blouse with a hint of skin, plus some seasonably chic velvet trousers will wow your coworkers and still look great at the after-party. Add some risque corset heels if you dare.


Significant Other’s Family Party

A printed turtleneck and asymmetrical midi skirt pair perfectly with a fashion-forward patent bootie. The overall look is modest without sacrificing style, ideal for meeting the parents.


Home for the Holidays Party

Channel your high school persona on a grownup budget with a leather mini skirt, knee-high boots, and a cozy mohair sweater.


New Year’s Eve Party

Since you’ll be sipping champagne and dancing the night away, comfortable shoes and a glittery dress are a must. Add in a luxurious faux fur coat, and you’re ready for the new year.


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