How to dress your way through the holiday season
It’s not even Thanksgivukkah yet, but with holiday invitations already starting to pour in, we bet you’re simultaneously poring over your wardrobe.
Now, before you get “creative” on us (note: denim is not a viable option), we’ve taken it upon ourselves to analyze your social calendar and come up with the best holiday frocks to fit everything on your wish list.
You want to look sleek, but with room to go back for seconds Let us introduce Cynthia’s Rowley’s shimmering shift ($385). Loose through the middle and with a little volume in the bracelet-length sleeves, this playful dress will hide any and all traces of turkey coma.
You may be upper management, but a pencil skirt to the office party? Snooze. Take solace in this Ann Taylor Loft lace frock ($98). The scalloped edges and cocktail length give off a whimsical vibe, while the thicker straps and classic neckline keep you on good terms with HR.
You want to wear black, but you’re beyond sick of your LBD Switch it up this year and impress everyone in Sea’s leather-trimmed jumpsuit ($475). Paired with pointy heels, this suit demands attention and will have everyone crooning, “Why didn’t I wear that?”
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