We might actually get to spend the festive season among family and friends this year! Which means the time to pick out party outfits is upon us, for better or worse. To help you navigate through these unfamiliar waters, we’ve gathered a few Holiday looks from some seasonal classics.
The snarky best friend
Summon the strength and confidence of Dan Levy’s character in Happiest Season before heading to that fancy dinner party hosted by your intimidating in-laws.
Try on the Louise in Clay >
The mischievous little cousin
For your next family gathering, channel Home Alone’s Fuller, the troublemaker who’s too adorable to ever really get in trouble.
Try on the Aussie in Matte Tortoise >
The handsome British editor
Jude Law in The Holiday (or any of his movies, for that matter) is the perfect inspiration in order to look and feel like the most striking person at the office party.
Try on the Choice in Tortoise >
The uber elegant 1950s rebel
Carol’s title character knows that one can reject social norms AND look extremely fabulous. Why not use that energy to dress up for a holiday brunch among friends?
Try on the Sunset in Tortoise >
The old school relative
If you’re lucky enough to have a holiday dress-up party, why not experience the ultimate moment of nostalgia by emulating Thérèse or Popa from Québec’s cult classic sitcom La petite vie?
Try on the Wise in Canyon >
Or the Dapper in Matte Black >
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Happy Holiday season!