What’s synonymous for “holiday season”? “Holiday parties”, of course! While many of you may have attended work parties already, we’re pretty sure there’s still room for more. Apart from trying to make sure that you can play off your light inebriation, another concern of yours will likely be what to wear.
The HR-approved dress code doesn’t specifically say you can’t wear sequins but we’re pretty sure your colleagues may think you’re a tad over dressed. In any event, you can still sneakily incorporate festive pieces into your work wardrobe and we’ve put together a few jingle-worthy looks to ensure you’re the belle of the ball!
Nothing screams Christmas more than any variation of the colour red. Pair a rust striped blouse with a geometric black skirt and these classic Lauren by Ralph Lauren black, patent leather “Zamora” pumps.
Tall boots are totally our thing! We love the versatility offered by them to take you from office cocktails right up until you cab it home after hours. Naturalizer’s “Byron” tall boot has the right amount of height for work and can be worn with a classic LBD (little black dress), topped with a tribal printed jacket for a chic, festive holiday look.
What’s classier than a monotone neutral ensemble? Pairing the right pair of shoes or in this case – boots – with it. Pair these Josef Seibel mid-calf “Britney” boots with a cream-on-cream-on-cream look that shows just the right amount of skin for a work-friendly event.
Bootie, bootie, bootie, booties rocking everywhere! That song chorus has never been more relevant than this holiday season. Hush Puppies “Corie Imagery” is the quintessential holiday dress boot with its suede texture and comfortable fit. Pair them with opaque tights and a bold, foliage trench for a mod look ensemble that looks straight out of the streets of Paris!
The best part of a black bootie is that you can keep it muted on bottom and spring for a loud pattern on top – not to mention the ease of transition from day to night. For the office, we love the Clarks “Tamryn” bootie paired with fuchsia trousers and a tailored floral jacket. Talk about a spring in your step!