Blogmas Day 17: Holiday Party Outfit Ideas

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I’m back again with yet another Blogmas post and I finally get to do my Holiday Party Outfit Ideas. After my fiasco with Forever 21 mentioned in Blogmas Day 13: Done with Fast Fashion, my package is being returned to the F21 warehouse and I should be getting a refund in the next 3-10 days. While that ended up working out, nobody at my old address contacted me (surprise there) and told me that I could come get MY package. Also, I actually did have some events this weekend to attend, so I actually needed those items. First world problems am I right?

Even though that happened, I didn’t make a super huge fuss over it. Instead, I ordered a dress from Amazon that got some decent reviews. The package arrived within two days, which is why I love Amazon because they are fast and efficient.

Without any further ado, here are my three Holiday Outfit Ideas. I’m working with a timer and no remote, so please don’t mind the strange and awkward poses.

There’s really no in-between for me. I’m either dressed really casual or really dressy. So, let’s see what I came up with!

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I’m sure we’ve all been to an Ugly Christmas Sweater party right? Not me, which is why I don’t have an ugly Christmas sweater on. Even at a Holiday party, this sweater would probably be fine as long as casual is the dress code. I didn’t bother putting on jewelry because the lace up detail kind of serves as an accessory.

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I’m pretty sure I don’t have to go on about my jeans, they’re just jeans. Although I would reach for a heel of some kind because why not get a teensy bit dressed up? I think these velvet booties will do the job.

I think a little black dress suits just about any occasion. I know tis the season to be over the top and wear gold anything. That is why I love accessories; I prefer silver over gold, but at least it’s something!

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This outfit can also be recreated by adding a cozy sweater over the top with a chandelier necklace, so the outfit doesn’t lose its dressiness.

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I always try to tap into my inner Audrey Hepburn. img_0590

Red lips are a must for holiday parties.

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Ultimately, wearing an A-line dress is probably your best bet. You won’t be too overdressed, yet not too underdressed.

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Yes, add the leopard print tights! Add some flair to this simple dress. Also, the velvet boots can be worn with this outfit – they can be worn with anything.

That’s all you guys. I don’t go ALL out for the holidays. I live in a little black dress at most events. They’re just so easy to dress up and down. Maybe one day, I’ll wear a little red or blue dress…who knows?

ChelsiKay

 

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