Four Perfect Christmas Party Looks
Are you prepared for party season? Before we know it, Christmas will be upon us so it makes sense to start planning your party outfits now. Here are four perfect party looks that will guarantee that you shine throughout the festive season.
Its all too tempting to opt for your trusty little black dress when the party invites start flooding in. However, dressing in white from head to toe can look just as spectacular. You do have to choose wisely when trying to pull off an all white party look. Choose a dress that is too short and you risk looking tacky but a full length white gown may be a little over the top. Find a middle ground and opt for a classic white pencil dress with a statement peplum that will look great with sky scraper heels. Alternatively rock a sophisticated trouser suit like Rosie Huntington Whitely.
When you need an outfit that dazzles, you cant go wrong with a sequined dress. Metallic colours work well if you want to stand out from the crowd, and they lend themselves perfectly to any festive occasion. There are a few fashion related rules to wearing sequins. Its quite easy to go overboard as sequins make such a statement, so make sure you keep the rest of your outfit relatively simple. A classic gemstone ring like the ones from Diamond Boutique is all you need to accessorise a dress such as this.
If you want a party outfit that you can pull out for any festive occasion, opt for a classic black dress. This look will work whether you are going to a family dinner or a friends New Years Eve party. There are so many options when it comes to black, but the best Christmas party looks are sexy yet understated. Go for a long sleeved gown thats backless or a daring bodycon that hugs every curve.
If you want to be especially daring this Christmas, why not go nude? You dont have to wear bright colours to make an entrance. As one of the hottest shades of the season ahead, bodycon dresses in champagne shades are simply stunning. Choose a luxurious material such as silk and let your curves do the talking.
What will you be wearing this Christmas? We hope these tips lead you to your dream dress.