Merry Happy Holidays to you!
The gifts have been bought and stashed in that secret location. Travel plans have been secured or at least you know where dinner is being held. However, there’s just one last piece of the equation. What to wear?
Never fear, Tiffany of The Werk! Place is here!
A few reminders before we proceed:
- Shop your closet first! These looks are for inspirational purposes only. After spending checks on checks on checks for Christmas gifts, no one is asking you to spend more money on your Christmas Day ensemble.
- How you dress really depends on what you’re going to be doing on Christmas Day. Follow along:
Brunch & Bottomless (fill-in-the-blanks)
After the gifts have been opened, the next necessary step is breakfast. Can I get a witness? Keep it crisp and clean with black and white pieces to make a non-traditional yet festive appearance. Note: Wear Tights, if necessary.
Let’s go to the Show
If you’re from the midwest, you’re well aware that “the show” is better known as the movies! There’s traditionally nothing else open on Christmas Day other than the movies and maybe Waffle House. So, why not step out in style in an olive green monochramatic look finished off with a stunning faux fur vest and a cluster of brooches.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a holiday without spending some QT with the family. During the family dinner, it’s best to dress it up. In this look, we’re going for 3 shades of red.
Dinner for Two
Who says you can’t sneak away for a little alone time with the boo some time during the day on Christmas? Not Nobody. This look is all about jewel tones and textures.
Code for let’s just be lazy and not do too much. This relaxed and uber casual look is perfect for when you’re just lounging around the house, opening gifts, playing games, eating and taking naps!