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Christmas Lookbook 2021

By Oke Moray
20 December 2021   |   6:19 pm
We have officially stepped into the last month of 2021, and to create our Christmas Lookbook, we’ll take a look at the fabulous fashionable year we’ve had. There are so many events to attend this festive season. Of course, you would want to look chic for them. With a series of events, each needing a…

We have officially stepped into the last month of 2021, and to create our Christmas Lookbook, we’ll take a look at the fabulous fashionable year we’ve had.

There are so many events to attend this festive season. Of course, you would want to look chic for them. With a series of events, each needing a different dress code, choosing your Christmas party outfits has never been so tasking. This is the time of the year where you get to dress up, go out and about and have fun celebrating. Whether the occasion calls for a casual, semi-formal, business, cocktail, or festive dress code, we’ve got the best Christmas party outfit designs for a chic celebration.

Casual Christmas Party 

If the invitation says you can dress casually, there’s no need to go above and beyond with your outfit. Ripped jeans, a cropped top, or a skirt and flats will do the trick here. Be yourself and wear what makes you comfortable, but also don’t look boring. 

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Tacha. Photo Instagram – symply_tacha

Yinka. Photo Instagram – yourstrulyyinka

Office Holiday Party 

This party will be filled with your co-workers and bosses, so you’ll want to look refined but not overdressed. The key here is to find a classy, fun outfit. You could opt for a cocktail dress, a stylish blouse paired with pants and a pair of heels, or a skirt with a nice jacket and coat. 

Lori Harvey. Photo Instagram – loriharvey

Kefilwe Mabote. Photo Instagram – kefilwe_mabote

Camila Coelho. Photo Instagram – camilacoelho

Festive Christmas Party 

Choose an outfit that is suitable for a cocktail party or semi-formal ensemble. Don’t forget to wear something holiday-related. Think sequins, ornaments, festive bright colours.

Nnenna. Photo Instagram – nnennao

Beyoncé. Photo Instagram – beyoncé