‘Tis the season of many a holiday party. From Thanksgiving dinner at your significant others’ to work events, your calendar is probably jam packed for the next few months. And one of the questions plaguing women often can be, “what should I wear?” I’m going to suggest some ideas for you all depending on what sort of celebration it is. Here we go!
Cocktail attire is often appropriate for a holiday work event. That said, there’s a fine balance; you want something festive, but not too sexy. There are plenty of cocktail dresses that are either too short or too revealing and you don’t want to be distracting for this reason.
Thanksgiving dinner can often allow for more casual outfits because you’re eating at 4pm and are usually surrounded by close family and friends. You also may be planning to pass out watching the football game from a food coma and so wearing anything tight would be no bueno. Stay cozy, yet stylish with these ideas.
Are you seeing The Nutcracker this season? Or going to a musical? Maybe you’re seeing the Rockettes at the Radio City Music Hall. Regardless of what show you’re attending this holiday season, it’s important not to look like a total schlub even if it isn’t you on the stage.
Got New Year’s Eve plans? One of the most beautiful weddings I attended was on New Year’s Eve, which seems to be the most popular date for weddings over the holiday season. Now this is a great opportunity to go over the top glitz and glam, shiny and sequins, faux fur and high heels. Anything goes on New Year’s Eve!
Here’s the thing. The holidays are fun and it’s nice to go out in style, but let’s not neglect the low key comfort of being a slug at home. Whether you’re watching A Christmas Story over and over again on TBS, or you’re opening gifts with family, stay warm and fuzzy in these warm and fuzzy pajamas!