With us all crossing our fingers that Zoom holiday parties are becoming a pandemic-induced phenomenon of the past, it's time to think about how we will dress up IRL for the festive celebrations.
The holidays are approaching and that means ample excuse for dressing up. Work parties, get-togethers, and family festivities have returned and you don’t want to be left scratching your head trying to remember how you used to pull together an outfit for these occasions.
With the festive period on the horizon, we have selected four outfits for you to raise a glass in. Ranging in formality, there is style inspiration to cover the range of celebrations that you might have planned this holiday season.
Here's What To Wear To Your Holiday Party
The House Party
It's the season where you get to bring your friends together for a holiday-themed evening of mulled wine and eggnog within the comfort of your home. Keeping cozy in style, a pair of leather slippers with Homme Plissé Issey Miyake’s signature trousers and a knitted cardigan — what better way is there to welcome the holiday season?
A formal evening
A return to festive parties, this holiday season is a great excuse to bring out the formal wear that has been collecting dust since the pandemic made it obsolete. Since it wasn't possible last year, why not go a bit extra this time around? Throw on this Maison Margiela suit and pair it with a Gabriel Hurst shirt and Marni loafers as you head off to a lavish establishment.
Any excuse to dress up
The fine line between smart and casual is a difficult one to get right but this outfit allows you to dress up without going full-on formal. A 3-inch heeled boot from Rick Owens styled with a pair of Lemaire sailor trousers, a classic shirt from Our Legacy, and an oversized statement sweater from Raf Simons — it's a killer look.
Winding down at home
So the festivities are coming to an end and you've eaten your own body weight in food, what do you slip into as you wind down? Our advice is to wear a luxed-up version of the classic Adidas tracksuit created by the British-Jamaican designer Grace Wales Bonner. Compliment it with a pair of Suicoke sandals on foot and prepare for a day on the sofa.
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