Whether you're hosting the party, or attending someone else's, if you're like us your outfit selection is likely one of your top concerns. You might be going for something casual but elegant, or maybe a bit more overstated but not flashy. Either way, SnobSwap
has got you covered. Holiday attire trends have evolved, and a selection of new peices are waiting to be worn.
Holiday parties at the office can be tricky. While you want to remain professional, you also want your outfit to stand apart from your other "work day" attire. Getting together at work to celebrate the holidays is an opportunity to have fun, and spend time with your colleagues in a different environment. Have a good time and look great, but remember you'll have to be back in the office bright and early for that meeting the next day.
[caption id="attachment_21972" align="aligncenter" width="250"] Nina Ricci Green Silk Dress
The best way to gage a "dress code" for a cocktail evening event is to pay attention to the invite details. Is the event at a hotel or restaurant? Or maybe someone's home? If hosted at a hotel, chances are the attire might be on the more formal end. If you are afraid of overdressing, don't opt for a more "casual" look, but go with a more simplistic route. A LBD, or a minimalistic slip dress can never go wrong.
[caption id="attachment_21959" align="aligncenter" width="101"] Valentino Layered Lace Dress
[caption id="attachment_21961" align="aligncenter" width="314"] Valentino Dotted Dress With Bow
Even if you're hosting a few friends and family members over, or going to someone else's house, you always want to look your best. Throw on a nice sweater or comfy dress, your favorite pair of jeans, some heeled boots and you'll be out of the door. You can place more emphasis here on your jewelry and accessories!
[caption id="attachment_21968" align="aligncenter" width="236"] Alexander McQueen Camel Sweater
[caption id="attachment_21971" align="aligncenter" width="266"] Rick Owens Black Cardigan