The best time of year is just around the corner! And even though it's fun to dress up, we know it can be a headache sometimes. How to look appropriate, and not stick out like a sore thumb. So here's a helpful guide we've put together for you to make holiday dressing a breeze.
A Guide to What Every Dress Code Really Means
Dress Code: Black Tie
This is easy for guys - wear a Tuxedo! But for women, it's a bit more complicated. You can wear anything from a long elegant gown to a dressy mix and match outfit to a formal cocktail dress. Just imagine you were attending the Oscars; no big deal!
An easy tip to figure out what to wear - dress according to what you expect the host to wear. Attending a black tie holiday party for New Years? Then wear a long gown. But if it's a work function, a girl can't go wrong with a classic LBD accompanied with a statement necklace and makeup.
Stand out with our collection of black tie dresses!
Dress Code: Black Tie Optional
This is a very elusive dress code. Your options are more plentiful - you can wear anything from a long simple dress to a cocktail dress with an oomph (think an interesting high-low hemline). The desired effect should be appropriately fancy but not over-the-top.
Dress Code: Cocktail or Semi Formal
Guys have it easy - wear a dark suit with a tie. For women - short party dresses are the perfect answer. When in doubt, wear a simple silhouette in an attention-grabbing color or fabric!
Be Ready to Party with our Collection of Cocktail Dresses.
Dress Code: Festive
This is one dress code that we always see popping up on invitations around the holidays. Festive attire is cocktail attire but with a holiday sparkle. Take a note from Kim and pair a sequined shift dress with classic pumps.