Christmas Party Outfits

Hello, everyone!

It’s day three of Blogmas and today I’m sharing a few favorite looks for Christmas parties this year!

Who doesn’t love a fun, festive party full of holiday cheer?! I definitely love a good Christmas party with lots of poinsettias, garland, and mugs of hot cocoa!

So, if you happen to find yourself on the invite list this year for a good party don’t panic about what to wear – I’ll be sharing my top faves down below! 😉

1. Natural Glam 

A cute, girly look without too many sparkles everywhere! I think this would be awesome for a formal party or even an upscale office party, and it would be pretty easy to try on your own. All they did here was pair a shiny pair of pumps with a brocade skirt and fuzzy white sweater – and if you’re not a fan of the high low type of skirt you could go with a flowy knee length instead! 

2. Nantucket Charm 

This look completely stole my heart! It’s like mixing Nantucket and Charleston together – and voila you have a classic look with tons of charm! Odds are you probably have a pair of black dress pants and a green sweater, and all they added other than those items was a tartan button down, a black handbag and gold heels. 

3. Rustic Chic


This look though! Itsn’t it just darling?! Both simple and attractive this look would fit a large range of Christmas parties – office, church, friends, or as a hostess outfit. To pull this look off all she did was pair a black sweater and pumps with a red tartan tea length skirt! 

4. 5th Avenue Glam 


As you might would guess, this is one of my favorites! Dark jeans, white cable sweater, statement necklace and ladylike gloves are paired with a dusty pink coat for the ultimate girly girl! 

5. Chicago Vibes 

Don’t ask me why, but this one just reminded me of a chic Chicago office party! A gold brocade tea length skirt is paired with a dressy black turtleneck and statement necklace for a formal look – if statement necklaces aren’t your speed, try a pearl strand instead. 

6. Uptown Edge


Daring with a touch of edge, this look is very chic with just enough classic detailing to keep it perfectly suited for a more formal affair! Medium washed jeans, black pumps, black sweater, neautral handbag and tartan-plaid overcoat are all you need to recreate this daring look. 

7. Anthropogie Aprroved 

If you’re the girl obsessed with Anthropologie (then again, who isn’t?!) this look is for you! To me, this just screams “front cover of the Anthropolie catalougue”! It pulls a lot of different elements but what keeps it Christmasy is the plaid and cream. A red/green plaid button down, tea length cream tulle skirt with dot detailing and some mustard yellow pumps are in order for this cheeky esemble! 

8. Southern Chic 


This looks like something Missy Robertson would pull off for a festive holiday gathering or Christmas party! I absolutely adore this – but then any Southern girl would! You can’t see the footwear here but a pair of nice leather boots would look nice, or maybe a pair of shiny red Hunter boots would be in order! Black leggings, a long red tartan shirt and deer appliqued top comepletes this darling little look! 

There you go, friends! Eight completely different looks to get the ideas pumping – you’ll now have tons of different options when it comes to Christmas gatherings!

Whether it’s a more formal affair or a laid back office party, I tried to mix different elements in to fit an array of situations you’re sure to face in this busy season!

What were your favroites, and what are you wearing this year for all the gatherings?

Comment below, and have fun!

XOXO – Autumn Renae


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