Be the Best Dressed at the Holiday Party

Be the Best Dressed at the Holiday Party

You’re invited to: countless compliments.

December is running full steam ahead…which means your social calendar is filling up fast! Whether you’re getting ready to attend a new event every weekend now through New Year’s or just hitting up the office shindig, you’ll need a great outfit (Or two! Or THREE!) Each event is an opportunity to dress to impress. We’ve pulled together some style inspiration for the festive season ahead.

A Family Fête

Comfort is key for a family party and flat riding boots are the perfect companion to take you through the day. Play with patterns like mixing a buffalo plaid cardigan with a bold geometric print clutch. Layer on a chunky knit infinity scarf over a chambray shirt and dark denim duo for a cozy addition to this casual look. We’re loving the rich cognac-colored Madden Girl Eventt for a classic update on riding boots. Now, just make sure you’re front and center for the annual family photo!

An Ugly Sweater Party

Bring on the tacky. Take your style to a whole new low with the latest trend in holiday parties—the ugly sweater! Even though the theme may be Eat, Drink and Be Ugly, you can keep it cute with festive holiday patterned leggings and a distressed denim jacket. Top it all off with a fun knit pom-pom hat and the oh-so-comfy shearling-lined Bearpaw Abigail boots with trendy toggle accents.

The Office Soiree

Step out of your 9-to-5 wear and step it up for the office party! Keep things festive but appropriate with a pleated faux-leather skirt and a drapey tank (with a touch of shimmer!), accented with a metallic braided rope necklace and envelope clutch. The mix of textures, along with this rich jewel-toned shawl collar coat, add a chic edge to winter style. And depending on the weather, you can wear it with or without tights! The real star of this outfit is the sophisticated Report Landa dress booties. The covered platform gives a little extra lift to your look while the combo of suede and leather add to the texture mixing theme of the whole ensemble.

Cheers to the most wonderful time of the year and festive fashions!