It’s time to start planning out those festive outfits for all your holiday parties, and today I’m sharing some of my favourite
holiday dresses that are perfect for adding to your capsule wardrobe!
Although I’m not the
biggest fan of winter, I love the holiday season.
I’ll be sharing some holiday dresses I think are timeless, and can be worn for years to come.
I’ve also listed a few ways you can wear each outfit for any of your holiday occasions, because you don’t need to buy a new dress for every single party or celebration!
I have included some holiday dresses from fast fashion brands, but I’ve made sure to only include brands I know are decent quality.
Here are best timeless holiday dresses and jumpsuits you can add to your capsule wardrobe.
Prints are always a good idea. And jacquard is great for the fall and winter season!
Pair this jacquard midi dress with a black overcoat and black leather knee-high boots to wear to an office holiday party.
Dress it up for more festive events with a white fur shawl and glittery heels!
Jumpsuits are amazing because they make you look so much more put together with minimal effort.
Wear this one out to all your fancy holiday affairs with
statement gold earrings and platform heels.
For casual holiday dinners and family outings, throw on a chic oversized knit sweater and white sneakers.
That's the great thing about jumpsuits – you can wear 'em as pants too!
Another great thing about this satin jumpsuit is that it's from H&M's Conscious line, so it's made with more eco-friendly materials.
Metallic pieces are another holiday staple. All that glitters is gold, right? Or at least in
This glittery t-shirt dress is super cute, and you can throw on a leather jacket and combat boots to make it edgy-chic.
Ain't nothing better than some velvet for fall and winter.
This Reformation dress has an elegant bodice that's perfect for fancy holiday parties.
Wear it with a leopard fur coat and black sock booties, or pair it with a sleek black overcoat and strappy heels.
If I had it my way, I would have every Reformation dress in my closet.
You can't go wrong with a classic floral midi dress.
Wear it with a black leather jacket and black heeled booties for an office holiday party.
For fancy holiday nights out, wear an oversized fur coat and strappy black heels.
Blazers are never going out of style, and neither are blazer dresses.
This gorgeous blazer dress is so perfect for holiday parties and beyond. Wedding dress? Maybe.
Pair it with
knee-high croc boots for an edgier New Year's Eve look, or go classic with some glittery gold pumps.
The holiday season is an excuse to go all out with your outfits, right? Right.
This sequin dress is fun, flirty, and perfect for New Year's Eve.
For a more casual holiday look, throw on a cropped white knit and
white Dr. Martens (or any combat boots you have).
Wrap dresses are so pretty and feminine, and they're great for any occasion.
It's appropriate on its own for any holiday event, whether it's a casual office party or a fancier evening affair.
A simple sweater dress never gets old. You can wear it all throughout the fall and winter season, and it's a timeless piece you can wear every single year!
Wear it on its own with some simple pumps, or dress it up with gold accessories and fancy heels.
Turtleneck sweater dresses are an overall fall/winter essential for me. They're super cozy and easy to throw on!
Pair it with
Sheertex tights (they're unbreakable by human hands) and black booties for the office, or with leather knee-high boots for dressier holiday parties.
Everlane is one of my favourite sustainable brands, and they have tons of great basics.
I hope this post gave you inspiration for your own festive outfits, and I hope you have an amazing holiday season!
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