It’s chilly outside and only getting colder by the day, so I don’t blame you if you’re a little hesitant to rock that LBD to a winter holiday party. And why should you have to? There are so many other cute options to choose from that don’t involve shivering in tights on a cold night.
If you’re wondering just what your non-dress celebratory options are, we’ve got you covered. Here are four cold-weather outfits that are just as festive and flattering as your favorite party dress.
1. Invest in a stylish jumpsuit. Forget a fancy dress and go for an eye-catching jumpsuit instead. You get the same elegant look without having to worrying about tights or over-exposed leg. This ASOS Wrap Jumpsuit with Self Belt is a great option because it won’t leave your legs exposed during cold weather. Pair with pointy toe heels and some statement gold jewelry and you’re good to go.
2. Rock a statement top and black trousers. If you’re going to a work or business casual gathering, a statement blouse and some black trousers are really all you need to impress. Pick a top like this Warehouse Tiered Sleeve Top, which is so on trend with its stylish bell sleeves. Dress it up even more with fun earrings and pumps for a look that’s bound to impress.
3. Try wearing velvet pants. Don’t be afraid to try one of the season’s most popular trends–velvet. Grab a pair of velvet pants such as these Vero Moda Velvet Tailored Pants to really class up your look. Go for a colored pair–we love deep wine red–and pair together with a solid top, matching blazer and heels. This look is everything.
4. Go for a skirt. A skirt is the closest thing that you can get to a dress without wearing one. Rocking a stylish option like this ASOS Pencil Skirt in Metallic Snake Print with a fun blouse and booties is a needed closet go-to. Plus, this fun metallic print makes this skirt a great statement piece to have in your wardrobe. And you could also wear it with leggings on those freezing winter days.
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