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The Fourpost Holiday Style Guide

‘Tis the season for holiday style. We’re adding a little sparkle to your season with our top style picks. Have not one, but two office parties to attend? Is the pressure on at your family gathering? Need tips on how to make your cold weather style sizzle? We got you. We’ve curated our favorite looks from global fashionistas who turn holiday outfits into looks you’ll want to wear year-round.

Holiday Parties

Are you or your friends throwing a holiday party? Then, you’ll need to think about outfits that stand out as stylish, but practical (something you could wear to work, on vacation, or on a date).

The key to the look below is that it’s unique and bold, yet monochromatic. A great look for a White Elephant party at a restaurant or friend’s house.

Photo credit: Who What Wear

This look is perfect for a potluck where the vibe is warm and cozy. It’s a great example of how to mix and match prints. The key to wearing contrasting prints? Confidence.

Photo credit: Not Dressed As A Lamb

Office Holiday Party Picks

Whether you have your own office party or are a plus one at your significant other’s work event, you’ll need to go in style. Sometimes, it can be stressful to choose an outfit for these parties because you want to look stylish, but professional. Here’s some inspiration for how to pull it all off.

Daytime Office Party Trends

When getting in the spirit, be fearless when it comes to wearing rich, bold reds and mixing and matching prints. Accessories are clutch for autumn and winter.  Take advantage of those tall boots and statement hats.

Photo credit: Margo and Me

The look below proves that when tasked with blending day and night, you deserve a promotion. When drawing outfit inspo, think about what’s in your closet that you’d wear to work and what you’d pick to dazzle a dinner date. Combine the two. You’d be surprised how well they go together.

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The blazer dress is this moments most coveted fashion item. Be on-trend with this chic look that comes in a variety of colors and lengths, allowing you to pull off the professional party look with effortless style.

Photo Credit: Alexa Chung

The Evening Office Party

Go bold into the night. A little black dress never goes out of style. Pair with a bold red lip and a flute of bubbly.

Photo Credit: Yours Clothing

Asymmetrical has been a running theme lately and we’re not mad at it. Plus, animal prints are holding steady.

Photo credit: Who What Wear

If your significant other is arriving at your coveted work celebration, he’s going to need your style tips. This checkered-print tweed blazer works from day to night. We especially love the contrasting print tie and suede fedora.

Photo credit: Pinterest

New Year’s Eve 2019

Some years you want to go big and never come home. Other years you just want to mix your own martinis with a few close friends. These two looks inspire you to do whatever you want: it’s your New Year.

We bow down to the look below. It’s the perfect example of elegant glitter, which is hard to find.

Photo Credit: @lydiahudgens

Staying in or heading to a house party? This jeans and silk tank duo is owning ‘casual chic.’ Pair two well-fitting and flattering basics with a pop of color.

Photo credit: Blog Lovin’

Approach every new year being more dapper than the year before. We are in love with this pale pink velour blazer for the Mad Men in our lives.

Photo credit: Pinterest

Holiday Resort Style & Warm Weather Trends

Now, for your Roman Holiday. Go with pieces that make you feel warm, yet still festive. Although shot in a city, this polka dot two-piece is beach-ready.

Photo credit: @WeWoreWhat

Commit to a cheerful look that can also work any time of year.

Photo Credit: Girl With Curves

For those headed to the mountains, you need to be at peak style.

Photo credit: Madame Figaro

Don’t be afraid to show a strong pop of color in the snow. Play around with non-traditional winter colors like this pink pastel.

Photo credit: Ski Suit Guy

However you’re spending your holiday, we hope it’s filled with light and cheer!