7 Chic & Sophisticated Christmas Party Outfits for the Festive Season

Today, I’m going to be sharing with you my festive partywear lookbook. These seven Christmas party outfits are all super glam and sophisticated; perfect for corporate events, evenings out, or any other festive gathering you have planned. Let's get started!


White Christmas party outfit with sparkly top

1. White monochrome

I’m starting with this all-white look. It's really simple yet really effective. I’m wearing white pants with a sparkly top that catches the light in such a beautiful manner - very reminiscent of snow.


Over the top, I’ve thrown on a cream blazer that elevates the look with its elegant cut. White and cream are a great pairing that you shouldn’t shy away from. Don’t be afraid to play with different shades when putting together a monochrome look.


To finish off, I have a little white bag and some stunning strappy sandals.

Black monochrome Christmas party outfit

2. Black monochrome

During the festive season, I like wearing black the most. Black is very wintery and always looks chic and put together. Here, we have a look very similar to the first one: black pants with a black blazer and a shimmery top.


To make this all-black look more interesting, I added a pop of color with a red bag; it matches my red lipstick, and the two together add that festive touch.


Of course, the centerpiece of this look is this dazzling black shirt. I just love how one sparkly piece can add a glamorous touch.

Little black dress Christmas party outfit

3. LBD Christmas party outfit

A little black dress is one of those pieces that will never let us down.


Carrying on with the sparkly theme, I’m especially drawn to this one during the festive season because of its golden shimmer. It catches the light and sets the mood of the outfit.


I styled it with a statement pearly belt and knee-high boots. The structured black blazer adds even more elegance.

Sophisticated cream Christmas party outfit

4. Champagne & cream Christmas party outfit

Once again, this look catches the light perfectly thanks to the sparkly champagne top. I love styling it with this beige mini-skirt, and I’ve also gone for some brown knee-high boots and a beige purse that matches the skirt.


I finished the outfit off with a long cream coat draped over my shoulders. This is such a gorgeous look and I love the soft neutral color palette. 

Christmas party outfit with leather pants

5. Christmas party outfit with leather pants

Next up, we have these straight-cut leather pants that look flawless styled with the champagne silk shirt.


I opted for a structured blazer and a little clutch bag to make this look even smarter. The statement gold earrings add some fun character to the look and leave me looking ready to celebrate. 

Christmas party outfit with red accessories

6. A touch of red

As you know, I’m all about neutral colors when it comes to dressing, but here I’ve gone for a touch of red because red really is the color of the season.


Here, I picked a beautiful tweed blazer and styled it with a red bag. I kept the base of the outfit white, and this really just shows that you can play with color yet keep it subtle and sophisticated at the same time.


Red can be quite loud and bold, but I’ve got just the perfect splash of color here.

Black and white Christmas party outfit

7. Black lace Christmas party outfit

Last up, black and white styled together is something I couldn’t resist. Here, I’m wearing black pants with a delicate lacy top for a feminine touch.


I’ve belted the waist to help accentuate my figure and the oversized white blazer finishes the look off perfectly. This outfit is relaxed and comfortable yet still dressed up at the same time.


Christmas party outfit styling tutorial

I hope you enjoyed these Christmas party outfits as much as I enjoyed styling them for you. My top tips are to choose pieces that will look flattering on your figure and opt for colors and materials that give off that high-end, expensive look.

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