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Four outfit ideas for every holiday occasion.

By Lauren Bell - November 2015

Outfit Ideas for Every Holiday Occassion

Four outfit ideas for every holiday occasion.

By Lauren Bell - November 2015


The holidays are stressful. Between cooking, cleaning, and shopping, finding the time to pick out the perfect party look can be tricky. Whether you’re attending a family brunch or a fancy office fete, we’ve got you covered with an outfit for each occasion.

Friend Function

Metallic sweater with black trim ($22) at Hunting Ground.

Blank NYC dark denim jeans ($88) at South Moon Under.

Black lucite dangle earrings ($13) at Go-Go’s Retread Threads.

Chinese Laundry black pumps ($79.95) at South Moon Under.


Dinner Date

Ark & Co. romper ($64) at Brightside Boutique.

Gold and silver dolphin brooch ($42) at Go-Go’s Retread Threads.

Circus by Sam Edelman bond black leather boots ($98) at Poppy and Stella.

Family Feast

Everly wine dress ($38) at Sweet Elizabeth Jane.

Beaded collar ($28) at Go-Go’s Retread Threads.

Gold lamé clutch ($22) at Bottle of Bread.

Restricted New Day booties in olive ($75) at Poppy and Stella.


Festive Formal

Laser panel dress ($88) at Hunting Ground.

Sybil metallic clutch ($38) at Poppy and Stella.

Chinese Laundry burgundy pumps ($79.95) at South Moon Under.





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