A tailored guide on what to wear for Christmas depending on how you plan to spend it
When December days start slipping into double digits and early nights get adorned with twinkling lights, it’s the sign of the time to plan the Christmas festivities. As wonderful as it is, a lot of planning has to be invested in it – this year more than ever! So while you ponder over ideas of where to go, who to invite and what to gift, our gift to you this season is one less thing to think about. This year, to save you from tears (over the “nothing looks good enough” crisis 15 minutes before the party starts), we’re giving you a full breakdown of festive looks fit for whatever occasion you’re facing ahead.
When you’re the Merry Ho-Ho-Hostess
You’re having the family round yours this year and you want it to be perfect – especially considering how little you saw of each other during the previous months. It’s a great honor, yet an even bigger responsibility! Taking care of all the food, drinks and decor for the day will not leave you with a great deal of time to get yourself ready, hence you should have the decision of what to wear ready way before the 25th.
A Merry Little Christmas Gathering with Friends or Family
Seeing it’s probably been a while since you got the chance to spend time with your loved ones, visiting friends, family or in-laws this Christmas should feel extra special. It’s truly a time to celebrate and appreciate the people in your life and enjoy it to the fullest and that includes dressing up for the occasion too! Whether you’re down to go full glam or would feel more comfortable rocking something a bit more casual, the right Xmas outfit should make you look and feel special.
It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like In-Laws
Seeing your beau’s parents and siblings could be a truly wonderful affair. However, we do believe we’re right to assume that when it comes to those gatherings, you never quite shake the desire to put your best foot forward. So, before you ransack your mind and wardrobe for the most suitable option, take a look at our few picks.
Spreading the Cheer Out and About
Although Christmas is normally stay-at-home time – whether it’s yours or someone else’s – there is a surprising amount of things you can be doing come December 25th. From helping out a local charity to exploring natural winter’s charm during a long nature walk, there are many fun and excellent, yet slightly less traditional ways to celebrate.
However you choose to spend the most wonderful time of the year, we hope you have fun and enjoy it to the max – after a tough year like this we all more than deserve it!