‘Tis the season to feast, to gift, to be merry and, most importantly, to
party! And come holiday time, the Sharp man’s dance card is always
full. But being in such high demand for the festive season comes with great
sartorial responsibility across the board. It’s not just about bringing good
cheer, it’s about looking damn good too. From your annual office jam to formal
soirees, here are a few suggestions on how to dress for a holiday
The Office Holiday PartyAh, the annual office holiday fête.
As far as we’re concerned, it’s at your discretion whether you want to play
designated driver or instead have such a time that you’re not-so-suspiciously
calling in a day off the next morning. We bet you wouldn’t be the only one. But
what’s not up for debate is that this is the holiday party to show your
stylish self off to your bosses, your colleagues and that fellow by the
photocopier whose name you keep forgetting. Here’s the occasion to take some
risks, wear bold show-pieces and express yourself through your outfit.
The Black Tie Holiday PartyFancy, formal functions.
You get invites to them every year. Consider it an honour. Aside from the opportunity to sip Dom
Pérignon all night, mingle and stock up on caviar before all the turkey and
stuffing in the days ahead, this is the holiday party to give the
black-tie basics your very best look. So get your tuxedo pressed, bow tie ironed
and those cufflinks polished.
The Family and Friends Holiday PartyCongratulations!
You’ve ran the gauntlet and once again survived the holiday party circuit. Since all that’s
left for you to do is unwind with your family and friends, now is the
time to kick back and dress your most casually elegant. The only person in the
room you need to impress tonight is yourself. But we know how high your
standards remain. Just make sure nobody spills any hot buttered rum on that $500
jacket of yours.
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