Festive Party LooksBack to Blog
Posted: 11 months ago
A little black dress or something sparkly are the go-to for festive parties, but who says party dressing has to be so routine? From luxurious velvet to disco metallics to classic tailoring, we have some alternative options for you to swerve away from the basics. Plus, if you still want to wear black, we have a way to make it a bit less boring.
Below are six outfits ideas for the festive parties you have planned - which you will wear again. Here's to those wardrobe heroes that you can bring out over and over again.
Firstly, the tuxedo look is ideal for the office to evening. A statement style suitable for your night out and boardroom meetings!
Skip the full-on sequined dress and instead work the festive sparkle into your look. This skirt and top from Masscob add the perfect toned-down sparkle.
Or switch up sequins for metallic with this Pomandere dress which will be sure to make a stylish statement.
While you can never go wrong with a classic little black dress, give the staple wardrobe item a refresh with this season’s velvet trend.
This luxurious velvet Sofie D’Hoore dress in a shade of deep blue still feels festive without straying too far from your go-to black uniform.
Finally, beat the cold without sacrificing style with this dress from Masscob. The cinnamon colour is ideal for this time of year and looks great layered with the checked kimono coat.
We thought there was no better place to shoot than Prestonfield House to compliment the luxurious textures and fabrics from our autumn/winter collections. The location is bursting with history with each room exuding the affluent roots of past residents. The rich colours and opulent décor of this luxury hotel, hidden away near the centre of Edinburgh, gave us the perfect backdrop.
The 5 star hotel offers luxury breaks as well as an incredible restaurant, Rhubard, where you can dine in the luxurious setting or have afternoon tea in one of their many unique rooms. Find out more here: https://www.prestonfield.com/Back to Blog