The holiday season should be a time of cheer, but social and familial commitments (often overlapping) turn all the magic into a daily crisis focused on the question of what to wear.
Which tie will show your ambition at the work party? To impress new customers, is it better to wear a classic suit or something that show off your self-confidence? During the hectic holiday period, we’re more prone to suffer from these sartorial anxieties, but relax, you don’t have to face them alone.
So, to save you the hassle of trying to decide which shirt goes with what, together with our infallible Style advisors, we have designed 4 looks to impress during all the next occasions on your agenda.
The office party
The first rule of the office party is: you do not talk about the office party. And we know why. There are many ways the office holiday party can go wrong, but your outfit doesn’t have to be one of them. The goal is to appear relaxed yet sharp. But how? Wearing a two-button suit made with a luxury fabric, combined with an extra-fine wool turtleneck sweater. The easiest way to stand out from the crowd and save yourself from deciding how to combine accessories.
The Christmas dinner
Celebrating with the family is the most touching and relaxing time of the year, but doesn’t mean you can’t make an effort in terms of style, though. Opt for casual layering, pairing a micro designed blazer with a crew-neck sweater and a pair of warm corduroy chinos.
The client Christmas lunch
A business lunch is always a business matter, but when Christmas is approaching, you know, all formal occasions are diluted into something more casual. To impress clients, choose something refined but festive. Combine a dark green double-breasted suit with a vintage-style accessory to enhance its charm.
The new year’s eve night out
This is the chance to focus on one person only: yourself. You deserve a look to celebrate the start of a new amazing year with the right spirit, something that bodes well for all the challenges ahead. The best choice is a custom-made tuxedo paired with a white shirt with an Italian collar. You don’t need to wear a bow tie or a tie, but add a touch of glam with a white pocket square.