Some Dressy Holiday Party Looks
Once Fall/Autumn begins that means that winter will soon be here. But before we even get to winter it will be time to start planning for the holidays. In the USA Thanksgiving is Thursday November 22, 2018 and then winter begins Friday December 21, 2018 in the Northern Hemisphere. Then Christmas follows a few days after winter begins on Tuesday December 25, 2018.
As you're are making arrangements for where to spend Thanksgiving and Christmas you might also be planning to have or attend some parties on either or both holiday occasions. Lots of people spend the holidays with families. Holiday celebrations can last from Thanksgiving (end of November) to Christmas (which is the end of December) all the way until the new year. So there will be lots of holiday parties and celebrations being planned and attended.
I wanted to share with you some holiday party looks for those people who have holiday parties coming up. Depending on the holiday party, the type of crowd attending this party, and if it's a work function or not all will determine your attire for the holiday party.
A holiday gathering or party would and could require a certain dress code. Some parties could be very dressy and formal and some parties could require a more a casual laid back look. Some could be black tie, ball gowns, masquerades. When it come to holiday party planning it all depends on the individual and the theme they are going for.
Since the holidays will soon be here I thought now would be a good time to start planning holiday look ideas. Below are some holiday look ideas for every kind of holiday party. You can find sequin looks, sparkly looks, gold looks, metallic looks, casual looks, suit looks and so much more. To learn about each look below you can click on the links below the pictures or click on the pictures which will both take you to the retailer that sells each item.
This look is for a more laid back holiday party. This is a more casual look -------- 16ARLINGTON Feather-trimmed sequined tulle top $695; Ganni High-rise slim-leg jeans $225; BY FAR Carrie leather slingback sandals $385; The Volon Cindy feather-trimmed metallic leather and velvet clutch $806; Meadowlark Romeo pearl hoop earrings $510;
Zara Ruffled Flowy Blouse $69.90; (worn as a belt is the) Zara Gold Necklace in Irregular shapes $29.90 - you can wear this as shirtdress (if you're really tall it will be very short. If you're short it could work out perfectly as a shirt dress). But it doesn't really matter if you want to wear it as a shirtdress you can. But if it's too short for you, you can wear dark colored trousers or a slim fit jean or pencil skirt underneath.
Carolina Herrera Satin-trimmed stretch-wool straight-leg pants $1,290; Carolina Herrera Satin-trimmed wool-blend tuxedo blazer $2,590; Giuseppe Zanotti Alien crystal-embellished velvet and patent-leather slingback sandals $895; clutch in picture is sold out - you can try a similar clutch by the same designer Edie Parker Jean Logo in Obsidian $1,295 (you can even go with a less expensive clutch from Mango - the Metal applique box clutch $69.99;
Mango Printed Pleated Dress $169.99; H&M Double-breasted Jacket $49.99 (to be worn over the dress); for shoes you can go with nude pumps or black pumps or yellow pumps or ankle boots in black leather or Taupe leather;