The Best Ways to Dress Up For Your Holiday Office Party

It is the holiday office party season, and it’s never too early to start thinking about what you are going to wear. Finding something to wear for the party with your boss, clients and co-workers can be particularly head-scratching. Start with the shoes. Invest in the right footwear, and you will be able to wear through the holidays and well into 2016.

Here are some outfit ideas for your holiday office party.

Festive Set and Shimmery Pumps

festive set and shimmery pumps

Take all the guesswork out of holiday party dressing with a matching set in a seasonal color. You can accessorize with a pair of oversized hoop earrings and a wrist full of silver bangles. Add a pair of shimmery pumps. Gold Lurex is a better option than the typical black or nude, yet the pointed toe and wrapped heel make them feel timeless. With a cushioning footbed, you will feel comfortable partying around the tree.

Black Pantsuit

black pantsuit

A black pantsuit is the new style statement, particularly with the cool-girl silhouette of an ankle-length trouser. In office hours, try a solid-hued or printed blouse underneath. Switch for a light cami later. For the evening look, pin two crystal brooches diagonally on the front of the jacket for retro-glam detail.

Sparkly Mini and Zipper Booties

mini and zipper booties

Shine brighter than the holiday lights in a twinkly mini with shimmering sequins and beads. This piece will be an instant hit. You will just need to add a pair of ankle booties. These have soft, suede-like fabric that makes them ideal for dressing up cool-weather looks. The decorative zipper accent and fold-over provides even more style.

Long-Sleeve Snowy White Dress

long-sleeve snowy white dress

Snowy white is so gorgeous and on-theme for holiday parties. To make the delicate texture appropriate for the office, go with a long-sleeve shift silhouette. Accessorize with t-strap heels. During the day, wear a blazer or loose cardigan over the dress. Lose that layer and add a dazzling neutral-hued envelope clutch for contrast when the party starts.

Tartan Skirt and Quilted Pumps

skirt and quilted pumps

A tartan piece is a must-have for the holiday season. The good thing about this high-waisted pencil skirt is that, you can wear it both at the office party and a regular day in the office. Create a unique look by pairing the skirt with a short-sleeve cropped sweater, a fanciful crocheted scarf and heels. Quilting is a huge trend for the fall.

Crisscross Jumpsuit and Shimmery Peep-Toes/Deco Dress and Quilted Pumps

crisscross jumpsuit and shimmery peep-toes

Show your co-workers your sassy side with a jumpsuit in a joyful jewel tone. Embellished peep-toe pumps echo the flirty keyhole cut-out on the jumpsuit for a look that is sure to be a head turner. Quilted booties and black tights will balance out the glitz of a beaded deco dress and a sparkly statement necklace. A top knot hairstyle and red lips will add the perfect finishing touch.

Collarless Coat

collarless coat

When it comes to winter dressing, pay as much attention to your coat as you do to the rest of your look. Choose a slim, collarless coat that pulls everything together and doesn’t feel too bulky.

Metallic Skirt and Ankle Boots

metallic skirt and ankle boots

This party-ready outfit includes a metallic full skirt with a black top. You can wear the platform ankle booties with shiny accents and button both for work to play.