Christmas Party Looks

Hello, lovelies!

How are you doing? Here in Portugal we -sadly – do not have the tradition of Christmas Parties. But, since I love the idea of them (and because I know they happen in decent countries 😛 ), I have decided to leave you with 10 looks that would be suitable for the party season 🙂

Look #1: Sequins & Pink & Black & Gold

Top: Mango

Blazer: Zara

Trousers, Shoes and Bag: Asos

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Look #2: Sexy in Red

Bag: Zara

Jumpsuit & Shoes: Asos

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Look #3: Black & Silver

(This dress is gorgeous!!! ❤ )

Dress: Topshop

Sandals: Asos

Bag: Zara

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Look #4: Sequins

Dress: Topshop

Shoes: Zara

Bag: Asos

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Look #5: Little Black Dress

Top row, left to right: Asos, H&M, Mango, Mango

Second row, left to right: Mango, Topshop

Bottom row, left to right: both from Zara

Pair these with…:

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Look #6: Festive Green

Dress: Topshop

Shoes: Zara

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Look #7: Red & Gold

Dress: Mango

Bag & Sandals: Asos

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Look #8: Nudes

Dress & Bag: Zara

Sandals: Asos

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Look #9: Navy & A Pop of Colour

Sandals: Asos

Courts & dress below them: H&M

Dress on the right: Zara

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Look #10:Berry Jumpsuit & Many Shoe-Options

Jumpsuit: Forever 21

All shoes: Topshop

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I would love to know which of these is your favourite look!

Hope you have an amazing party season 😉

Love,

Alice ❤

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6 thoughts on “Christmas Party Looks

  1. Great selections out there. Moreover, I am a firm lover of blacks and reds and especially, I will opt for a mini black dress for parties that could literally matched along with a clutch and a pair of footwear. Meanwhile, when it comes to red, then there are plenty of jumpsuits that could be paired along with a red heel stiletto. Even by just thinking, it feels so good. And, anyway, that’s why Christmas is so special.

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    1. That’s true! And a black dress goes with everything and you could wear it on many other occasions so it’s always a great option. But if you want your outfit to be more Christmassy, you just have to incorporate a bit of red (either a red lip, red shoes, red handbag, you name it). Thanks for your comment 🙂 xx

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    1. Obrigadaaa 🙂 Acho que fazes muito bem! É uma tradição que devíamos adoptar cá por Portugal… Mas pronto, já que não há festas, pelo menos que nos vamos vestindo um pouco melhor no dia de Natal, nem que seja para ficar em casa :p xx

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