The festive season is well and truly upon us and over at PlusMinus want to help you navigate the office party or the family get together you have been dreading. Whether you want to look refined and elegant or sizzle with sexiness we have got you covered…
We have compiled some of the best picks form the high street, guaranteed to make you feel merry and bright.
No party would be complete without a dress and this season. Think bold, taking reference from strutting peacock worthy party numbers straight from brands like YSL and Sies Marjan.
Shine bright like a diamond in this sequin number:
On a budget? Don’t worry Topshop have got you.
Slink the night away in this maxiGet it here
Want to sparkle ?? Head to Zara…
Big sleeves, who cares!
The domination of tailoring doesn’t seem to be going anywhere fast, so it makes sense to pick one of these as your festive weapon of choice. Don’t forget that paired with jeans, this will be the perfect laid-back outfit for that family brunch you’ve got planned…
Want to stick to the classics, then look no further than black velvet.
Make a splash in sliver…
Nothing says Christmas like a red number.
Who said you have to wear trousers?
Crop it. After all, life is too short for long blazers…
The festive period is a time for extravagance and all-out knock em’ dead looks. The high street clearly got the memo because there are some incredible dance floor hogging statement earrings perfect for this party season.
Subtle but still outshine the competition.
Pearls more your thing? Then grab these.
Perfect for those with long necks…
If refined and classy is the look, then head into Mango.
Let your ears in on the sparkle with these beauties from Zara.
No part look would be complete without a killer heel, grab your party feet and your gel cushions because we never said looking this good wouldn’t pinch a little…
Live out all those Carrie Bradshaw Dreams this Christmas.
Quite possibly the boots to end all boots.
Dance like you are in Studio 54.
Stomp the night away in these red beauties.
Did someone say 80s revival?