The holiday season is upon us and that means outfit planning for the countless party invites that are sure to start flooding in. Luckily, AvA is one step ahead of you with suggestions on what to wear and how to style it for any and every party.
What to Wear:
Holiday Party Edition
Holiday Party Showstopper
Our new Lucia Slip Dress, offered in Rose Noir as well as Rose Rouge, is the perfect fit for those elevated holiday office parties or galas. These sister prints bring visual interest with abstract brushstrokes to our Holiday Collection. The Rose Noir is a clean and classic black and white while the Rose Rouge brings that iconic holiday red to the mix. The long length and flirtatious scoop neck looks good on everyone. We suggest pairing the look with a classic black heel, chunky gold earrings, hair pulled back, and a black blazer draped over the shoulders. A classy look that will fit into almost every setting.
the Sleek and Festive
Our timeless black Penelope Italian Stretch Skirt in Black is a must-have staple in every closet but also a fabulous addition to your holiday party dressing. We’re wearing ours to our family Christmas dinner with the Elise Kimono Organza Jacket on top but the look would also go well with a red turtleneck tucked in, or paired with our Colette Reversible Wrap Top, rouge side turned out.
Warm Weather Celebrations
For celebrations happening down south or in warmer weather, the Joni Sheer Mesh Sweater in Horn matched with the Gabriele Italian Stretch Cotton Pant in White makes for an effortless yet elevated party look. Pair with a loafer or cream pair of mules and delicate jewelry. Now all that’s left is family, friends, and good conversation.
a Chic and Chilly Christmas
As the weather chills, dressing for events can feel daunting which is why adding the Winona Reversible Silk Vest in Narragansett and Sapphire is a must. Toss over the Halona Stretch Knit Pant in Sapphire, a pair of your favorite jeans, or over a dress for a myriad of options. We’re wearing this look to take the grandkids to the Christmas train, to the local holiday market, and for New Year’s Day brunches.