One good thing about Christmas is that you don't really have to worry about what you'll wear. If you're meeting family, you can always put on a sweater with Rudolph the Red Nosed-Reindeer and feel like a million bucks. Who cars that you wouldn't be caught dead in it on any other however. However, Christmas holidays involve a lot more social gatherings other than getting sloshed on eggnog, with your family and careening into the midnight mass.
What if a workplace Christmas party is something you need to attend? Then you should definitely follow this style guide for Christmas themed apparel!
FLANNEL SHIRT and SEQUIN SKIRT
Sequin skirts are perennially stylish. Try it in black in if you don't feel like you're brave enough for gold. And while you can mix it with many different clothing, going with a tartan (plaid) shirt and stunning red shoes would be the best.
We lied, Christmas is totally the time to break out those seasonal sweaters for any occasion. However, you should work to match your accessories. Get a red bag, skinny black jeans as well as some boots or trainers, and you're good to go.
RED SHIRT and BLACK MIDI SKIRT
Tailored shirts are in, and if you go with colors that pop, people will love how you look. A classy midi skirt will compliment it well.
CUTE & SIMPLE
Layering is a pro-strat when it comes to the cold seasons. You will look stylish and you will always be ready for the change in how cold or hot it is. You can accessorize with gloves or mittens, get a statement necklace... just go wild!
FLANNEL SHIRT and MIDI SKIRT
This is the return of plaid shirt from #1! Mix and match those staples and you'll be able to produce a new classy combo every day! Skirts allow you to go for interesting shoes, too.
WHITE and RED
White and red are two out of three iconic Christmas colors. If you don't have a dress that matches those colors, how about wearing a white shirt with red trousers? A thick white sweater would look even better with those pants!
Sequin is one of those things that you can't escape, not when it comes to Christmas outfit ideas that include skirts. You might have something like this pink and sparkling thing that features the totally in-fashion rose gold details, or you might not. What matter is that sequin skirts go well with black tops, blazers and all sorts of accessories.
RED SWEATER and TARTAN SCARF
Plaid (or are they tartan?) prints are good for more than shirts. Time for you to join in the fun and get a scarf that will combo well with a red Christmas sweater.
GOLD MIDI SKIRT
If you have a gold midi skirt, then it's worth its weight in gold come Christmastime! You now have a great excuse to wear it in a combo with black top and black shoes!
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A DASH OF RED
Red is here, baby! Whether you have a red skirt, red jeans or even a dress, you can support them with simple tones and a few accessories.
RED DRESS and FLANNEL SCARF
You will not escape from red dresses and tartan (or is it plaid?) when dressing for Christmas. Well, now combine into a great and classy ensemble!
BLACK and GOLD
Gold is a great color for Christmas, and we're not talking about the star on the tree! Black goes well with gold, so whatever combo of clothing you're trying to pull of, make sure it's in black and gold.
FLANNEL and SEQUINS
The most reoccurring things on the list, together now! Go for a sequin skirt and plaid shirt.
Just stay away from New York city buses and your tulle skirt – decked out in red and white – will be safe.
GREEN and RED OUTFIT, TAN ACCESSORIES
Time to introduce some green into the mix. Get some prints in there, too!
The weather isn't fine and we don't have the Christmas snow we all dream about. Well, fight this dreary weather with a skirt that will blow everyone's minds.
RED and GOLD
Black goes well with gold, red goes well with black... you can see where I'm going. So match those black boots to the rest of the ensemble.
STYLISH and WARM
But no matter how stylish you want to look, you mustn't forget that the weather and the seasonal diseases are after you. Layer up, add some scarves to anything you wear and you'll keep that healthy glow. You can't really be fashionable while you're sick in bed, you know!