10 Outfits To Shine At Your Office Christmas Party
We are all geared up for Christmas right now — from decorations and music to food and even fashion, we cannot *be* more excited for this festival! With everyone and everything being in the holiday spirit at the moment, we find ourselves in a massive fashion dilemma, ‘what exactly do I wear?’ Dressing up is fun, when you know what you’re going for — I mean a nightout with friends requires you to go a little OTT with your party wear, while a dinner with family will call for something sober and formal. The queries set in when you have to attend multiple office parties and you’re left questioning, ‘how do I dress to impress, yet not go overboard with my ensemble?’ Well, picking out dresses for your office Christmas party sort of falls between the two, where you need to play it a little safe, yet definitely add that party element to your outfit.
One style tip from us would be to keep it simple, yet classy — don’t go for a crazy revealing outfit, after all, you are still on work-time with the bosses still watching you like a hawk. Scroll down to see what online shopping outlet Myntra has in store for you, as we pick out our favourite office party outfits from its collection that you can wear this Christmas.
Lace is something that is constantly on trend, especially when it comes to occasions such as Christmas. Keeping that in mind, this dress would be apt for an office Christmas party, as it is subtle yet elegant, especially with its simple and sombre colours.
This dress works wonderfully for the season, mainly due to its colour. The keyhole neckline adds that party oomph to it, turning it from a boring skater dress to something you can elegantly rock at a party!
Everyone should own a little black dress — for the times when you really have no clue how to style your outfit, an LBD will totally come to rescue. This sheath dress isn’t any plain ol’ LBD though! The black and gold tones sort of add that extra texture to it that takes it up a notch or two.
This bodycon dress is quite simple yet uber elegant. It is one where you can play around with the accessories and jazz it up for an office party. Layer on a statement necklace and strap on a pair of elegant heels to get ready to go!
Subtle yet sophisticated, this sheath dress is ideal for a Christmas dinner party at your office. The overlap around the chest breaks the monotony of the solid colour, making it more than just a boring office dress.
What stands out in this dress is the laser cut neckline that is present. A semi skater dress, this is ideal for someone who doesn’t want to wear something absolutely fitted, yet not something completely baggy.
If you want to keep things really, really subtle and want to take your office dress straight to the party mode, then this is perfect for you. The A-line shape and monochromes makes it a safe bet, if you’re not too sure what to wear.
Adding a bit of colour in your life, the yellow is what makes this dress standout. Breaking away from the normal winter shades, the hue of yellow will give you that perfect pop for winter.
This dress is suited for a semi-formal party that requires you to dress smartly. Along with this being the cutest sleeveless shirt dress ever, the vertical stripes are totally slimming too. If your party is more sit-down rather than dance away, this midi dress will be your ideal choice!
Florals are a trend we’ve being seeing season upon season, with celebs also choosing to wear prints from this elegant family. If you’re going for a dressy Christmas party that will be probably held at a 5-star hotel, then you cannot go wrong with this one. Keeping the rest of your ensemble quite simple, you need to let the dress speak for its beautiful self!
Office party, family get-together, or a crazy night out with your friends – no matter what the occasion, you must ensure that you turn heads wherever you go, right? Log onto Myntra, shop your picks, and then send us all your party selfies! Happy Holidays, you guys!
*This article is dedicated post in collaboration with Myntra.
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