5 must-have outfits for the festive season

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With the festive season comes plenty of opportunities to dress up, be it for a work Christmas party or a big New Year’s Eve celebration. 
  
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From Boxing Day comfies to all-out partywear, here are the outfits you need for the rest of the year…

The work Christmas party
Whether you’re heading straight from the office or you’ve got time to go home and change, planning a work Christmas party outfit is a must-do for the festive period. Go straight from the desk to the dancefloor with a smart combo of black trousers and a glittery top, or glam it up with that party dress you’ve been saving for a special occasion. And for men? Swap your boring work shoes for a smart suede number, and mix it up with a sleek slim-fit shirt.

Christmas Day
From visiting family to tucking into Christmas dinner, Christmas Day requires a fully festive outfit that will see you from opening presents to celebrating with a drink or two in the evening. Whether you’ve got a festive dress or a brand-new Christmas jumper, it’s a great day to get some wear out of your new Christmas presents.

Boxing Day comfies
Boxing Day is a time for resting, eating chocolate and admiring all your presents, so you’ll need something comfy to help you chill out. Think thick fluffy socks, cable knit jumpers and a good pair of joggers – there’s no better time to slob out.
  

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New Year’s Eve
Call in the new year in style with an all-out glitzy number. Whether you’re heading to a party or celebrating at home with a glass of fizz, it’s always nice to glam yourself up for the New Year. If you like to experiment with your style, go for sequins and sparkles – or for something more pared-back, try a glam LBD or a smart shirt and trousers.

The New Year’s Day walk
Whether it’s snowing or not, the New Year’s Day walk is a tradition many families have upheld over the decades. Dress up for the occasion with a chunky jumper and jeans, and don’t forget those wellies or boots, because you never know – we might be in for a white Christmas after all.
  

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