Back with some more fashion talk because sometimes I like to break rules. Around here this looks like breaking out of pop culture conversations and breaking the rule that says stay to specific content topics. Obviously, fashion falls outside of these website content rules considering we started as a review space that now features entertainment news too. Nonetheless, sometimes we love taking a break and today we look at some Christmas fashion ideas! Because before we know it, you’ll be heading out to those seasonal parties and even New Year’s Eve looks, too. Plus, given that sparkles are big this year who doesn’t love a sparkle moment!?✨💃🏻SPARKLE AND SHINE! 10+ CUTE FASHION PIECES FOR CHRISTMAS PARTIES💃🏻✨ #NYE #CHRISTMAS #CHRISTMASFASHION #NEWYEARSEVE #CHRISTMASTIME #FASHION Click To Tweet
Let’s be honest, we probably all love a little dazzle or sparkle moment in our fashion world. Maybe not just at Christmas or a special event either. Luckily for us, there is a kind of sequin and sparkle trend. So with some sparkle and shine in mind, we’re going on a hunt for a few pieces or ideas you like want to use when getting fancy for Christmas this year! Let’s get this virtual party started.
CHRISTMAS FASHION IDEAS + NYE, TOO!
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If you love the look of styled blazers, this faux leather option looks pretty gorgeous in this champagne like color(1) and that means its elegant but understated if you don’t want more traditional colors. More pizazz would go with this open front blazer that is all about that sequin life(2).
If you’re going to families for dinner and want to look festive, but not play into gimmicks, you could wear one of fall’s trends like a sweater vest in this wine red(3), pairing it with an oversized button down and jeans(4). If you live somewhere warmer, wear it without the button-down and pair some high waisted jeans with it. Or just use your imagination and style opposite of trends. Another good look for that casual yet comfortable family dinner look is this ‘vineyard grape’ button up that looks stylish and dressy, but keeps things cute and simple(5).
In ultimate comfort, if you’re a homebody and stay home, there are ALWAYS cute thermal jammies, a cute pair of joggers and that favorite oversized tee. I’ve never gotten into the ugly Christmas Sweater trend, but places like Amazon have lots you can pick from. The description has this being a zip up hoodie, but the photo doesn’t appear to be (either way, just know that if you take a look), but the style is cute with the faces peeking around the corner.
DRESSY BUT STILL CASUAL
Though tagged as an “ugly Christmas sweater,” if the photo is accurate evidence, this sweater is more classy than ugly. It has cute, fitted sleeves with buttons and comes in a pretty green shade(6). If you like Free People, but don’t love their prices, I saw on Instagram there is an Amazon “dupe” for one of their most popular sweaters. This oversized knit sweater comes in many colors, but we’re featuring forest green(7) because CHRISTMAS! The pearls on this Christmas red (we love a good red for the season!) elevates this otherwise simple sweater(8). Wear with leggings for casual, jeans for a step up or black dress pants for another elevated level.
This hunter ruffle blouse is pretty and I love the deeper green shade for the season(9). If you’re into bodysuits (I haven’t gotten hooked), this Tegan one is gorgeous! Only comes in black, but that sleeve is all about dressy(10) which means very dressed up with a black skirt appropriate, but yet it looks good with jeans. Also pretty with gold for the spots is this leopard print oversized sweater(11). It’s casual but also the gold “pops” plus adding some gold jewelry elevates anything and the oversized fit is forgiving too. Also pretty is this open front, oversized throw on that is described as a blazer, but really looks more like an oversized layering jacket. It’s in green, red and black(12).
THE FANCY FASHIONISTA
During the fall fashion reports, one of the in things was “90s minimalism.” Part of that is a slip dress like this. No way I could ever pull this off, but if it’s you, this emerald color is pretty and would look nice with some gold jewelry(13). If you live in a colder climate and your event isn’t strictly formal, the oversized sweater is pretty with slip dresses too. This ruffle inspired tie blouse(14) is a gorgeous Christmas dressup option. Pair some nice black pants with it and you have that traditional red color ideal for the season. It also does come in a green. This green puff, mesh sleeved tee is really pretty(15). Its options are more limitless because it can be dressed up or down. Similar in styling, there’s also a long sleeve option in green and red(16), both with pearls dotting the sleeves.
THE NYE GIRL
If you’re one of those girls who goes to some type of New Years Eve celebration, you may want to dress up a bit (or if you’re a stay home kind of girl, you still may want to dress up). Either way, there’s some cute albeit casual options. Depending on where you are in the world (warmer or cold), there’s this strappy, v-neck style tank that is all about that sequin life(17). Then another option is this black mesh puff sleeve tee from Amazon(18). Dress this long mesh sleeve blouse up or down! As an added “extra” touch, it has pearls dotting the sleeves with is a delicate touch(19). Keep things simple with a simply charmed button up in black; it has a very New Year’s Eve look(20). This oversized open front “blazer” style jacket is pretty in a light grey if you want to step away from black(21).
This dress from Nordstrom is all about that fringe (and borrows from the 1920s flapper fashion!). It’s a halter style (bare back) “minidress” and while I wouldn’t choose this option, it is a fun look if it’s your style(22). Similar in styling, there is also this fringe check dress(23) that does have sleeves and a closed back, too.
There is likely a million more things, maybe better, to feature in something like this. However, we have to cut things off somewhere. So… question now is put to you: what style do you like for Christmas festivities? Are you mostly casual? Do you like to dress up? Do you dress in normal everyday wear? What is your favorite type of fashion? Comment all of your comments! Let’s chat.
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