Monday, December 23, 2013

Regal Holidays '13 | Holiday Party Wear

With Christmas just days away, we’re sure everyone has had their fair share of holiday parties. Like many companies, our’s hosted their annual holiday party this past weekend, giving us a chance to let down our hair, mingle with our co-workers and further enjoy this lovely season. We know what you’re thinking, Christmas in Indiana has got to be snowy and C-O-L-D. This year’s weather has thrown us for a loop and gone from 8 degrees one day to nearly 60 the next. We were lucky enough to have enjoyed the 60 degree weather during our holiday party and had the task of determining what to wear to this festive shindig.

Jaime’s Holiday Party Attire

Last year, I opted to wear a sparkling Milly dress from, patterned hose, and patent heels. This year, I wanted to find something that I could incorporate into my wardrobe, but still be perfect for the holidays. So when I went shopping with my fabulous mother-in-law on Black Friday, I was on the lookout for something special. Immediately when I walked in the door of Free People, my eyes locked onto a mesh and lace dress that featured a tailored bodice and flowing ruffle skirt. It was AMAZING, and see through, so I purchased that dress and a black seamless slip and off I went. While the dress was a fairly simple shape, I added a sparkling bow belt and crystal statement necklace to complete the look. Finally, I donned a pair of my favorite leopard heels and the look was complete!

Jaime's Look Features: Free People Lace Dress | Anthropologie Beaded Belt | J.Crew Crystal Necklace | Nine West Leopard Heels (Similar here)

Kacie’s Holiday Party Attire

About a month ago, I found an amazing Jessica Simpson dress on and I knew it would be perfect for the holidays! Unfortunately I got a size too big, but after a trip to a seamstress it was a perfect fit! Of course, it needed some sparkle so I added a crystal statement necklace, a jeweled bracelet (last time I wore this bracelet was for my wedding!), and some sequin-embellished suede pumps to finish it off. And yes, I cut my hair off! Figuring out how to style it has been a challenge but it's really starting to grow on me! In the end, I was happy with my look for my first company holiday party!

We were happy to do attend our holiday party and enjoy the company of our co-workers and their families, tights-free may we add, due to the nice warm weather! How about you? Have you attended your company’s holiday party this year?
Jaime Costilow

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