Now agreed the Jews celebrate Hanukkah for only 8 days and Christmas is technically just one day, But everybody knows that December is Holiday month. The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years are lined up with numerous important events. It is the busiest time in your social calendar. There are parties and religious vents and other festive traditions.
Thus you will require a slew of outfits to usher in the holidays and the new years. This is also a busy time as you have to shop for presents and tree and get your home ready to welcome the coming year. A quick apparel guide will take a big chunk off of your plate and make things easy for you.
So here goes:
1.Lounge wear, basically joggers and tee, for Christmas movie marathons or any other indoor activities
2.A casual outfit like dark denims and a flannel shirt in holiday colors with sneakers. This is when you step out to get some work done, or game night or getting a holiday themed beverage
3.Distressed jeans with a basic tee and a cardigan or a fun sweater for cleaning and decorating the house
4.A wacky holiday sweater. No holiday is complete without one.
5.A romantic mistletoe ready look. Trousers, button down and fuzzy sweater
6.Light jacket, scarf, beanie, trousers and undershirt. You can layer the look with a sweater. Add a pair of boots and you are ready for a walk in the snow
7.Dress shirt, trousers and wing tip shoes for your holiday office party. Ditch the tie, open the first button and roll up your sleeves
8.A good pair of PJ’s with shearling-lined slippers for Christmas morning. Jammies have to be Kodak worthy
9.Turtleneck sweater, fitted Blazer and trousers paired with brogues for the family Christmas Dinner
Happy Holidays People!
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