It’s Christmas holiday again and because the season calls for being with loved ones, you’re bound to attend more events during this period than ever.


With the exception of party stress, what every woman wants is to be her most beautiful and radiant self at every party.

The need to look beautiful calls for picking out the right outfit for the occasion.

The official Christmas colours are red, white, green and black, however, they may or may not influence your colour choices.


Here are five holiday outfit ideas you should consider:

A shimmery dress

What better way to get attention at a holiday dinner party than to wear a fitting shimmery dress? Whether in full-length or mid-calf length, wearing a shimmery number will surely have you radiating all night long.


A little black dress with detail

LBDs are always a lifesaver but for a holiday dinner, adding more detail to the number will go a long way.

Choose LBDs with netting tops, beautiful patterns and pairing them with statement accessories like pearl jewelry or statement purses.

A peplum blouse


Nothing screams statement like peplum tops. Paired with even a basic coloured tailored pant and a metallic pair of heels, it will have you looking like a winner.

A cocktail dress

In whatever colour and design, cocktail dresses are a win for holiday dinners. Pairing these with a great pair of heels will have you dazzling and stunning.

A statement blouse and a pair of jeans


It might not sound like fun but pairing a bold statement blouse with a pair of your favourite jeans will give you the cool look at any holiday shindig.

Pairing this outfit with kick-ass boots or heels will boost your fashion statement.

A pair of jumpsuit

With the right jumpsuit and neck cut, you will walk into a dinner party looking like a goddess. Pairing this piece with statement accessories will also add to the glam effect.


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