Streetstyle Looks For Your Holiday Party Style

As the holiday season is here and it’s time for parties and celebration. Whether you’re attending an office party, a family get together or enjoying cocktails with friends, we recommend going for glamorous party looks, from high-shine pants to feathers and fringe. Thanks to our stylistas and favourite designers, there aren’t shortage of dressy trends to choose from. We advice to always go for something versatile, sophisticated and bold looks.

Here are party ready looks for every type of holiday party on your calendar, courtesy of our favourite fashionistas around the world:

Marching things up like draping a red blazer over a red maxi dress puts a 90s spin on the look. Take it further by wrapping a black choker around your neck and cap things off with corresponding platform sandals. Go Matchy Matchy!

Going for holiday colour theme is always a good idea but a hint here and there won’t make your style look so messy, e.g A red cardigan says holiday. Pairing it with a pinkish purple shiny pants makes it fashion. Embellished red pumps jazz things up even more.

Go wild this holiday season. Put a wild spin on a black fringe-tastic dress by working in a red hot leopard blazer, you pair it with sock sneakers or a black ankle boots.

Since power suiting is a thing now, Suiting up in a satiny jade blazer and matching pants, makes it read Christmas with red flats for the perfect office holiday party outfit.

Gp for the half-and-half trend look by pairing a half red blouse with a red pleated skirt. Forest green suede boots help the holiday vibes without being pushy.

To keep warm in this winter holiday season, Layer a semi-sheer turtleneck under a short-sleeve dress to winterize the look. Sheer tights, embellished sandals, a flashy headband and a little red bag finish off the party-ready look. Keep warm while looking fabulous.

If you will like to make your look less loud, choose basic black pants and slouchy boots for the holiday by incorporating a green velvet blazer.

If you’re a jeans lover, who says you can’t wear jeans to a holiday party? Stick with black washes and top them off with a gold-accented jacket.

Ditch the baby blue puffer and pink bag and go for the textured green dress paired with white ankle boots – they nod to the season in subtle fashion.

Opting for metallics during the holiday season is a Yes, Yes, so pairing a gold boots with a cozy sweater and satin slip skirt screams holiday party-appropriates.

The paid prints are trending right now, going for a Buffalo plaid in a green version of the popular pattern, preferably in dress form. Wrap two belts around your waist for added cinched, then slip on two-tone pumps to complete the look.

Like i previously said, feathers during the holiday season makes you a slay queen at any holiday party. Top off sleek striped pants with a stark feathered top. You can slip on a matching cardigan to stay warm and finish it off with silver footwear.

Add some bling to a black turtleneck and oversized sweater with embellished sock boots. Or get the same effect by slipping embellished black tights into black sandals.

Velvet is for the holiday season and nothing is more seasonal than a velvet minidress. Especially when you add in opaque tights and feathered black sandals.

Pearls are a great alternative to other form of embellishments, so look for a metallic jacket with pearl buttons to amp up a white tee and pants. Pearl-accented pumps only enhance the look.

Who knows pairing a red ankle-length pants with a (neon) green turtleneck will speak fashionista. Slip on a houndstooth blazer and patterned sandals to top up the look.

Add a sparkling cross-body bag to your style with slinky silver button-down and a reddish patterned pants paired with buckled sandals with flashy heels.

Elevate your look with a fringed belt, wrap it around a creamy top and matching pants, then add a pop to the look with metallic accents.


 By lola Joseph
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