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Outfits to rock the Holiday Parties like a Fashionista

Outfits to rock the Holiday Parties like a Fashionista

Ho Ho Ho, it’s that time of the year again and who doesn’t like the holidays? Christmas shopping, eating too much good food, opening gifts and of course the parties! That means we get to dress up and holidays are the moment where you can be extra AF and it’ll never be too much. The black dress is always a classic and you should have it in your closet but don’t feel like it’s your only option. I’ve put up a list of trendy and must have outfits to rock the holiday parties in style.

Sparkly Skirt



I don’t think anything screams holidays like Sequins or  sparkles… This is an all black outfit but the skirt is the statement piece. It’s a great option if you’re tired of that classic black dress. This one is definitely not boring. I paired it with thick black nylons. They’re always in style, will show and elongate your legs and will keep you warm. You also don’t have to worry about not being tan… The shoes are my favourite piece. They are suede but the see through heel does it all. If you want to get your hands on them, they’re on sale for 37$ at ‘Call it Spring’ .


Maxi Cut Out Dress



I told you you can’t do too much during the holidays. This dress is a hard one to pull off for any other occasions but it’s perfect for the Christmas parties. On top of being very sexy it’s also very classy. It will give you that ‘i’m a princess going to a ball‘ look right away. It’s actually the dress I’m gonna wear to my work Christmas party, the theme is ‘Arabic Night‘ so couldn’t have worked perfectly. Jasmine was a princess after all… Because of the cut out it’s a good way to showcase your feet and the ‘stacked heels‘ are the best for that.


Off the shoulder Suede



Suede is often found on shoes but rarely on clothes. It’s a very elegant material and gives you a sexy but classy look right away. I love this dress because the cut blends in with your curves like a second skin. It’s a long one but with the cut out you can wear higher on the ankle shoes. They are comfortable and cover a little more of your feet, so warmer. If you want to impress your co-workers or your crush this is the one for you.


The red dress



We like to think that Christmas is home to winter and snow but for some parts of the world Christmas is summer or a warm climate and I ain’t forgetting about you. Red is of course THE holiday colour and that red dress is your best friend. The colour and the cut is classy but the material gives it a more approchable feel. You can fancy it up with black heels or keep it caj‘ barefoot on the beach.


I really hope you enjoyed this article! I’d love to see your holiday outfits and don’t hesitate to tell me which one was your faourite


Xo Mel

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    • Hi Tegan! Is it? I’m so happy to hear then. Which outfit did you wear for the holidays? By the way, happy new year to you!

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