Christmas Party OutfitsPosted by Hay Brunsdon on December 2 2013.
Check out our favourite Christmas Party Outfits to add a touch of sparkle into frigid, old December. As party planning experts we love keeping ourselves on trend and colour coordinating weeks in advance of most social gatherings so be sure to check out our festive fashion tips.
We’re so excited by the Christmas Party Season that we recently created a competition so one lucky lady could win a £100 Topshop voucher, with which to buy the perfect outfit! Congratulations go to Kandia who tweeted @Polestars ‘I can’t believe I have won the #competition! Thanks so much for the @Topshop vouchers, just in time for #Christmas!’
Whilst it’s perfectly fine to don a jumper sporting a herd of reindeers, small white bobbles depicting snow and an embroidered border of Christmas puddings for the majority of December, we suggest you take the staff party as an opportunity to show off one of these glamorous Christmas Party Outfits.
Christmas Party Outfits – Green and Glittery
Our personal favourite is a glittery green number, and if you end up looking slightly like a Christmas tree drunkenly leaning against the wall by the end of the night then all the better! Gwyneth Paltrow effortlessly exudes Christmas chic in our mood board below.
Christmas Party Outfits – Lady in Red
With a red dress, we recommend opting for a really simple style- you definitely do not want to look like a 16 year old at her GCSE leaving ball! Instead, you can add a splash of intrigue with your accessories. Think sparkly gold shoes and a statement clutch.
Christmas Party Outfits – Gold and Glamorous
In December, you can easily rock an overdose of sparkle, shimmer and stylish golden fabric. With a glittered bodice and simple skirt our favourite golden dresses are backless!
Christmas Party Outfits – Dazzling, (yet Demure)
With a high chance of embarrassing oneself after a few too many Grey Goose le Fizzes, you just cannot afford to commit any fashion faux pas at your staff Xmas party. This means you should not wear a dress that makes it look like you’re a bit naked but for a few strategically placed sequins – unless you’re Britney or Dancing On Ice.