Outfit ideas for this Christmas holiday season 2021
Stuck for the perfect Christmas outfit? We've got you covered with these holiday looks that are right on trend.
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Whether you're attending a luxe Christmas party or simply staying in to watch movies with your loved ones, Christmas is the one time of the year that you can get as dressed up as you like without judgement.
For those looking to go all-out this year, we've rounded up some of the most festive outfit ideas for the Christmas season below. If you're looking to accessorise, you can also check out our guide to holiday-worthy hair.
1. Cool down in linen
Celebrating Christmas on a scorching summer's day? Try wearing something linen. Not only is it designed to keep you cool, it's currently right on trend too.
Pair a cute white linen dress with a pair of red heels and some red lipstick for a look that's fun and festive at the same time.
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2. Add a pop of colour with vibrant heels
Colourful heels are the perfect way to embody the Christmas spirit and instantly spice up any outfit.
If you're someone who likes to go for basics in their outfits then these are a great option to spice it up a little.
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4. Wrap yourself in luxe silk fabrics
Holiday season is all about fabulous fabrics, making silk and satin the way to go.
If you want to go all out, try a slip dress. For something a little more subtle, try pairing a green silk top with some white linen pants for a sophisticated party look.
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6. Snuggle up in a festive jumper
If you want to look like you've just stepped out of a cheesy Netflix Christmas movie, an ugly festive jumper is a must. Whether you live in a colder climate or have a guilty pleasure for them, they are literally the definition of Christmas fashion.
Throw one on with your favourite jeans or pair with a skirt for a more comfortable holiday look.
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