One Top For 3 Types Of Holiday Parties

December 5, 2018

Red Lace Top

Gibson Glam Squad Shaeffer Lace Top

The holiday season is the perfect time of year for dressing up in something a little extra special. Three of the most common holiday parties I attend during the holiday season are for work, for friends, and for family, and each party has its own dress code.

While 3 different holiday parties is a great excuse to buy 3 different holiday outfits, I prefer to stretch my dollar further and buy only ONE top that I remix 3 different ways.

Shine, sparkle, and lace are all stylish options that look festive for the holiday season and can be remixed into different outfits. Here’s the 1 top I’m planning to style 3 different ways for the holidays.

Office Holiday Party

Gibson Glam Squad Shaeffer Lace Top | Halogen Tulle Midi Skirt | Sam Edelman Hazel Pointy Toe Pump 

The office holiday party is the dressiest party of the 3, but also requires maintaining a degree of professionalism. This red top is elevated by frilly race and embroidered lace details, plus it’s the perfect red color to wear for the holidays. For the office holiday party I’m going to dress it up with a skirt and heels.

Parties With Friends

Gibson Glam Squad Shaeffer Lace Top | Good American High Waist Skinny Jeans | Sam Edelman Hazel Pointy Toe Pump 

Parties with friends requires dressing festive, but more casual than work. I’ll keep the same top and heels from before, but swap in a pair of faux leather skinny jeans instead of the skirt to add a little edge to my look.

Christmas Day With Family

Gibson Glam Squad Shaeffer Lace Top | Kut From The Kloth Catherine Boyfriend Jeans | Rockport Total Motion Adelyn Loafer

Christmas day itself is the most casual of the three events, as I’m typically cooking and entertaining for most of the day. Swapping the black skinny jeans for blue denim boyfriend jeans, and the gold heels for black loafer flats, keeps the outfit festive, yet casual.

Will you remix or buy all new pieces for your upcoming holiday parties this year?

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