Holiday dressing season is rapidly approaching and it’s time to start thinking about your holiday wardrobe. It’s been a long two years with most of us laying low due to Covid and related restrictions. The good news is that life is starting up again — there are planned holiday parties, family gatherings, travel and a renewed interest in getting dressed. Which makes this Holiday season the right time to turn up the volume on your holiday attire. My mantra is “life is a party, so dress like you are going to one”. So if you are going to a party or just feel like dressing up again, here is some inspiration.
Holiday Outfit Ideas:
Wearing velvet to a holiday party is such a natural choice because it’s seasonally appropriate and fancy enough. Plus velvet and winter just go together and it’s always a polished, sophisticated look. I’m loving the beautiful colors available in velvet this season.
There is nothing more glamorous then wearing a sequins outfit during the holidays. Whether it’s a full on sequins dress, or sequins pant paired with a white shirt, or a sequins top worn with jeans or trousers, –it’s a sure way to brighten up your holidays.
Veronica Beard Cynthia Rowley Zara
Feathers are a great statement piece to show that you are ready to celebrate the holiday season. If your invite says “festive casual”, why not have some fun and wear a feather skirt paired with a casual sweater? If you can’t do a full feather skirt or top, any feather-trimmed clothing piece will make a statement too!
Cynthia Rowley Milly Ramy Brook
Nothing screams holiday style like red tartan. It’s an extremely festive plaid and very popular this time of year. December is my favorite month to wear tartan. It’s a great choice for the holiday season.
J.Crew Ralph Lauren Vineyard Vines
Holiday dresses are great, but jumpsuits are even better. There’s so much to love about jumpsuits. They’re chic, sophisticated, and there are a variety of styles to fit every body type.
Ramy Brook Chiara Boni La Petite Robe Julia Jordan (Nordstrom)