What To Wear To Every Seasonal Event

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There is nothing better than dressing for the holidays. Whether it be a black-tie New Year’s Eve dinner out on the town, a destination Christmas in the mountains, or a cozy cocktail party at home – they all have their own style and call for a fun and festive outfit. But dressing for this festive time of year can also be SO overwhelming. Often, parties and dinners come last minute, the weather conditions vary or (gulp) you’re still bloated from Thanksgiving dinner.

If you want your holiday to be as stylish as it is jolly, have some beautiful outfits in your back pocket. You may have already planned ensembles for your RSVP events, but when the phone call comes for a last-minute soiree, you’re ready. I have put together a few looks for every occasion to help you have a Happy and Haute Holiday Season.

The Fun Family Dinner Straight from the Slopes – Look chic but comfortable.

The White Table Cloth Dinner with your Holiday Honey

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The Christmas Eve Dinner at Your In-Laws

The Holiday Brunch (that You’re Hosting)

The Cookie Exchange Cocktail Party

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The New Year’s Eve Game Night 

Stunning holiday outfits.

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