Whether you’re hosting the festivities or heading out to celebrate with friends or family this Christmas, now’s the time to start thinking about what to wear. Get ahead of the game with our top pick of casual Christmas outfits to add to your wardrobe this festive season.
For a low-key lunch at home, there’s no need to go all out – especially if you’re the one making the food! Think skinny jeans and slouchy knits to start your feast’s prep work, and if things get a little hot in a kitchen, then a grandad collar shirt or long-sleeve tee should keep you cool while you’re putting the finishing touches on those sprouts and roast potatoesey.
Brave the Chill
As with the Christmas dinner, it’s the little extras that make an outfit. If you’re heading outside and braving the winter weather, keep things cosy with a woollen hat (think a heritage-inspired flat cap or cosy beanie) and a bright scarf.
Dress to Impress
If Christmas lunch is at a restaurant or with the in-laws, you might want to dress up a little more than usual. And that’s where the turtleneck and tailored trouser fits right in – think checks for extra style points. This fail-safe outfit is the perfect blend of smart and casual, that will sure to impress. Plus a look that you can roll out again for New Year’s.
Honestly, what else other than a Christmas jumper? The only acceptable time to don a jumper with a reindeer on, ‘tis the season to have a little fun! Team with a pair of your well-loved jeans and let your Xmas jumper be the conservation starter.