Party In Style: 4 Holiday-Ready Looks

There are a ton of perks to working from home—making my own hours, occasionally working in my pajamas, hanging out with this guy—but I’ve recently discovered one of the major downfalls: no office holiday party. And since Harrison’s company is doing a staff-only party this year, my chances of attending a festive affair are quickly dwindling. Fortunately, we’re having a small holiday get-together with friends this weekend and we’ll have a nice dinner by ourselves on Christmas day, so I still have a few chances to get decked out before the season’s up.

I’m sure many of you will be heading to a few holiday parties over the next several days, too. And if you’re anything like me, you’ve probably been so busy this month that you’ve barely had time to think about what to wear. Worry not, ladies: I’ve got a few ideas up my sleeve, whether you’re heading to a casual gathering with friends or a dress-to-impress soiree. Check out these four holiday party outfits fit for a budget or a total blowout:

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Save / 1. Envelope clutch by Armani Exchange 2. Sequined top by C. Wonder 3. Wool pant by J.Crew 4. Drop earrings by Lauren Ralph Lauren 5. Ankle-strap heels by Zara 6. Ring by H&M 7. Eyeshadow duo by Simply Vera Vera Wang 8. Blazer by United Colors of Benetton Splurge / 1. Sleeveless top by Giambattista Valli 2. Gold bar ring by Maiyet 3. Brocade pant by Paul & Joe 4. Metallic pump by L.K.Bennett 5. Leather clutch by Sophie Hulme 6. Vintage gold studs by Gianni Versace 7. Emerald bracelet by Emilio Pucci 8. Demi-matte lipstick in “Saye Rose” by Vincent Longo

For those get-togethers with friends and family that are just too casual for a dress, pretty pants are the way to go. Opt for a brocade pair or one in a holiday hue like bright red, burgundy or emerald. Pair it with a dressed-up top, statement heels, a metallic bag, gorgeous gems and a bold beauty look.

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Save / 1. Tweed dress by Feeluxury 2. Blazer by Mango 3. Ring by Target 4. Clutch by 7Chi 5. Suede pumps by Justfab 6. Drop earrings by RJ Graziano 7. Lipstick in “Bordeaux” by Rimmel London Splurge / 1. Printed dress by Alice + Olivia 2. Belted coat by P.a.r.o.s.h. 3. Drop earrings by Alexis Bittar 4. Metallic clutch by Diane von Furstenberg 5. Bracelet by Alexander McQueen 6. Pumps by Kurt Geiger 7. Lipstick by Kosta Boda

A fit-and-flare dress in a winter color or material is sure to look understatedly festive, especially when it’s paired with a shoe that screams, “Happy Holidays!” Pile on some gorgeous bling, a ladylike coat or blazer, and a metallic clutch, then seal the deal with a bright or deep red lip.

What kind of outfits are you wearing (or have you worn) to your holiday parties?

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