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How to Style Party Separates for Christmas Invites

Press pause on everything you know about party season style. Showcasing statement co-ords, sequin show-stoppers and going-out tops with no shortage of glamour, these party separates are perfect for after-dark invites this Christmas.

 

 

 

1. New Noir

 

Dressing in head-to-toe black is always a party season favourite. This Christmas, forgo the classic LBD for a velvet-trim jacket and smart cropped trousers, worn over a lavish lace cami. Add a flash of sparkle with an embellished clutch bag, and finish with velvet heels in deep emerald.

 

2. Luxe Leopard

 

Looking for something a little more relaxed? Blur the lines between smart and casual with a green satin devoré blouse with a luxe leopard design, styling it with black skinny-fit jeans. Complement the look with a black velvet clutch bag and block-heeled sandals that are sure to be your go-to choice for every festive invite.

 

3. Strike Gold

 

Those in favour of full festive opulence should no further than glistening golds – and this sequin party skirt is the best place to start. Style it with a frilled blouse in soft ivory, and amp up the wow factor with a metallic cross-body bag and black velvet court shoes.

 

4. Modern Glamour

 

Out for a few Christmas drinks? Go for dressed-down glamour with a midnight-blue sequin cami and skinny jeans, layered with a faux fur jacket in emerald green. Finish the look with a simple navy clutch bag and matching heels that were made for the dance floor.

 

5. Bold Burgundy

 

This season’s party separates offer the ultimate in desk-to-dinner elegance. Go straight from nine till nine with this embellished black blouse and jacquard trousers in bold burgundy – we love how the tapered silhouette provides a universally flattering fit. Accessorise with a berry-hued velvet bag and vintage-inspired court shoes in the same shade.

 

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