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    Can’t decide what to wear to Christmas Party? Check our suggestions

    A night on the town celebrating with your friends is the perfect excuse to wear that dress you haven’t been able to wear anywhere else.

    Christmas means multiple opportunities to be social. There are huge varieties of events that happen around holidays, and they each present a unique set of fashion challenges. What you wear to your office party is not the same as what to wear for Christmas galas. Your Christmas fashion at a bash with friends is not what you might wear to your holiday dinner with your family. To help you figure out what to wear for Christmas, here are some do’s and don’ts for holiday success.

    The Office Party

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    Even though it is a party, it is still part of work and these are people you will be seeing in the office long after event concludes. Maintain a professional appearance while showing a bit of your personality. You can relax your attire, but not too much. Avoid wearing tight-fitting clothing or showing too much skin. Sheer cutouts on stomach are not a good idea for a office party.

    Laced dresses are both feminine and professional. The high neckline is perfect for office parties, as is the length. The black-burgundy color is an excellent choice for Christmas fashion.

    The Family Holiday Party

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    While many families keep it casual during the holidays, do not be tempted to be too casual at the family holiday wear Christmas party. For starters, you never know which unexpected guest, or older relatives you were not expecting to see may decide to stop in to say hello. In addition, lots of pictures will be taken, so you want to look put-together and not slouchy.

    So the question is what to wear for Christmas? You can pair luxe fabrics with plain accents to create a subdued yet fashionable look. Avoid going crazy with sequins. A few are OK, but you do not need to sparkle more than the Christmas tree. Be comfortable in pants, but leave the jeans at home. Opt for stylish slacks or streetwear inspired pants.

    Cocktail Party with Friends

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    More than any other holiday event, this is one where you can be really yourself. A night on the town celebrating with your friends is the perfect excuse to wear that dress you haven’t been able to wear anywhere else.

    You can indulge in Christmas fashion and wear holiday-themed dresses, but be careful not to go overboard. Do not add tinsel to anything… it is for trees, not fashion! Most importantly, have fun and wear something that makes you feel beautiful and confident.

    As you can see, the do’s and don’ts of what to wear for Christmas vary depending on your audience. These guidelines will help you decide what to wear.

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