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Ladies, Get Ready for Christmas. Here's a Lookbook That Will Help

By Suhani Gupta

Updated - May 9, 20243 min read

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A little black dress or Le Smoking Suit is always your choice for the party scene, but who says holiday dressing has to be so routine? From pink jackets to leather dresses to velvet minis, here are some not-so-basic ideas for giving festive a whole new meaning this holiday season. Venture out of your comfort zone and put on something bold or sparkly.


1. Monochrome magic

 If you can't decide what to wear at the last minute, try a monochrome fit and you'll be out of the door in seconds.



2. Wool coat muse

The perfect winter looks if you’re planning to go shopping for Christmas. Pair up a tweed jacket with a white shirt, and a skirt with leggings of course. If it is extra chill, a pair of gloves & black leather boots will work like magic.




3. White and sparkles

A little white dress and diamonds or crystal jewellery is such a classic holiday mix, but it never feels tired. 




4. Red velvet update

Though certainly a staple, red velvet has never had it so cool as this mini tulip dress.




5. Think more Fur

The fur jacket never fails to give a sweet & salty winter look and is a great option for a picnic party on Christmas weekends with your gang. To add some extra glitter to your look, keep your silky hair open with a bobby pin. Complete this look with a silk stole and denim boots.



6. Back to black

Wearing black to a holiday party may not seem revolutionary, but this jumpsuit that oozes of elegance and minimalistic is what makes the look. 




7. Sparkle factor

Not every woman is down for some sequins, but it can't hurt to let yourself shine every now and then.





8. Lady in leather

A true statement piece that will never look dated.






9. Men's blazer twist

All you need is an oversized yet well-tailored blazer in a colour that complements your best features! Wearing a men's blazer as a dress with a belt around your middle is an easy way of amping up the glam quotient while drawing attention to your legs and lower half!





10. Y2K fashion — oldies, goldies.


Nostalgia strikes! Y2K fashion rides on the back of the nostalgia economy. It’s a rising trend among young and old alike. Bubble gum pink, metallic & translucent trendy couture is winning hearts and making its way into Christmas. From bandanas & turtle crop tops to monochrome sweaters and wide-leg denim trousers.