Dressing for the holidays, can put you in a bind
This dress or that dress, what kind what kind
Though Christmas is near, no need to fear
For Santa’s sent three angels, to help you out this year
It’s finally the most wonderful time of the year! Frosty weather, cheerful songs, beautiful lights, and holiday delight! As we purchase a plethora of gifts and treats and hop from party to party, making the time to pick perfect outfits for those holiday parties can be a stressful task! Good thing I’ve made it easy for you, so all you have to do is savor the feasting and the drinking, enjoy the company of your friends, family and coworkers, and cherish the wonderful memories.
A classic favorite that is perfect for holiday parties that require cocktail attire, is the little black dress. If you have a work party and aren’t sure how to dress, you can’t go wrong with the traditional black dress. A black dress is more conservative than colored or sparkly dresses, and it’s easy to pair with tights if you live in the tundra! You blondies out there I’m jealous– because black dresses will always make you pop!
Savannah paired her black dress with a coral lip and black stilettos.
Danielle is also wearing a little black dress, but with a fur vest on top and black pumps. She opted for a deep wine colored lip which gives her a striking look.
Long sleeve dresses are a great choice for indoor/outdoor parties. Those outdoor heaters can only keep you so warm!
I will forever think that gold is a good holiday color. When you think of Christmas colors, gold is right behind red and green. Golden lights sparkling in the dark night, the shiny gold star on top of the tree, the golden ribbons and gift wrapping paper. So why not don the greatest gift of all (yourself, duh!) in a sparkly gold dress?
I opted for black stilettos and a deep red lip to go with my gold dress.
And finally, the most Christmas color of all. Red! This dress I’m wearing has lace as well which adds an extra girly touch! I switched shades of red for my lips, going for a brighter shade to match the dress.
At the end of the day, don’t fret too much over the outfit—be sure to enjoy yourself! It’s the precious time with your loved ones that matters, so as long as you appreciate these joyful times together, that’s what really counts!
A special thanks to Danielle Klein and Savannah Jones for being such awesome models for me! Pictures were shot at the Omni Hotel in downtown Dallas.