Festive Holiday Style

Festive holidays is a time for cozy fabrics and bolder style choices – silk and linen, denim and jersey, hopsack and Delapré leather. Or you simply go with the 'Halston' look.

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For most of us, the words festive holiday style brings out all the happy images, positive feelings, burst of colors and inner warmth. Hearing about upcoming festivities gives those with the slightest interest in style, such a good feeling inside, that we immediately start thinking of the outfit ideas. 

Whether you are planning to spend your holidays staying at home or traveling somewhere, there are many things you need to manage beforehand, such as your family and work. Therefore, we've handpicked a luxurious selection of products and styles that are now available for your consideration online. These three outfit ideas are ready to cover your festive holiday style, no matter the occasion.

1. Cozy Family Gathering
Think of it as being an offshoot of after work–attire with an extra holiday touch in terms of color. We recommend to incorporate some playfulness into your outfit such as wearing green jersey popover with brown glen check blazer and a raw denim trouser.

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2. Dinner With Friends
Festive doesn’t mean you need to be clothed according to all the rules. Invest in some versatile pieces such as a hopsack blazer and leather split toe derbies, some good high rise trouser and a killer scarf. Simply emphasize the use of specific textiles patterns, and colors to tap into the holiday vibe.

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3. Holiday Party Invite
This is our Roy Halston meets Andy Warhol–look. Neither of them would care about the traditional white dinner jacket rule. Halston favoured a lighter jacket worn over a dark roll neck and Warhol wore denim with blazer and a tie. This look is very casual and a little “riviera style”, but the festive attire doesn’t have to jingle—it needs to mingle! Just add smallest Cartier Tank you can find, and you're good to go.

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