Holiday Dressing
Many of us have Holiday Parties in the next few weeks – so I thought I would give some insight on great Holiday outfits! The invites we receive often call for different dress codes ranging from “Casual”, to “Business Casual”, to “Holiday Festive”. But what do those “codes” really mean?
Here are some ideas for what I would wear to each of the ” dress codes.”
Casual – Casual is such a loose term – to me casual means wear what ever you want inclusive of denim. I think this outfit is super cute. I also love this shirt with jeans and fun earring and you can’t go wrong with a beautiful red sweater and skinny jeans. Just make sure if it is a Holiday Party – you have a twist of Holiday. 

“Business Casual” is a little dressier and I would say that jeans would not be appropriate for this type of party. (unless you live in Jackson where jeans are always considered appropriate.) I would suggest a blazer for men in this dress code. For me I’m really into “creamy dreamy” aka all neutral looks for the Holiday. I love this sweater with cream jeans and brown accessories. I also love this sweater and this jacket and this one too.

“Holiday Festive”- This is my favorite dress code! For me – this means you can definitely dress up and wear a fancy outfit or a wear a “look” that is less fancy but has a holiday twist. I love this and this and this. Holiday Festive gives you the opportunity to wear a great Holiday sweater with a little sparkle, a fabulous red dress, or fun plaid shirt with more “dressed up” bottom such as leather pants, or skirt, or sparkle pants!

Check out more ideas for Holiday Styles in “The Shop.”
Hope there is something there that is fitting for your party:)



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2 Comments on Holiday Dressing and Dress Codes

  1. Peggy
    December 16, 2015 at 11:50 pm (2 years ago)

    I just forwarded your latest post to Santa!

    • Jilly Moorhead
      December 16, 2015 at 11:55 pm (2 years ago)

      Make sure you check it out on the Blog to see the pics!


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