We’ve all been that girl or known that girl outside a nice restaurant or even in the car quickly switching shoes from the flat office wear into party heels. Throwing on a dress that’s been in the back of your closet for years because its appropriate. Or simply skipping an event due to the lack of confidence in what to wear.

Trust us when we say, the holiday season (and all the events that will inevitably fill up your calendar) have arrived sooner than you realize. As your go-to destination for outfit ideas and shopping, of course, we have made it our mission to educate you on styling tips you’ll need for every type of party you might attend this holiday season. First up on our style guide: your office holiday party.

For most of us  this is tricky, because on one hand, you want to maintain an air of professionalism in front of your co-workers while on the other, you don’t want to dress like you would on any other workday. Every lady likes to make a good impression so where does that leave you? Somewhere between formal and festive. AshleyCole can help achieve that happy medium and insure you find yourself walking into that party looking professionally FABULOUS! Ahead, we’ve curated up 5 outfits that will impress not only your boss but your colleagues and date, too.

Each look effortlessly balances looking festive and polished. Take outfit one, for instance, where a work ready dress meets a pretty leather wrap belt and boots. Get inspired by this and so many more office holiday party outfits below. See (and shop) the looks below. Colorful and luxurious – our cashmere Big Sweater feels unbelievably soft and fluffy

STYLE TIP: You can never go wrong with a sequin blouse and a pair of high waisted trousers.

STYLE TIP:  A classic strapless top brings a confident edge to an evening look in addition to a statement spike heel that adds that perfect touch to every party outfit.

STYLE TIP: When in doubt, a printed dress with a timeless peacoat will always look good.

STYLE TIP: If your office is more casual but you want to give your look some polish, a pair of knee-high boots with a knit dress is the way to go.


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