Christmas Party Style Ideas & Inspiration

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Trendy | Christmas Party Style Ideas & Inspiration with Bella and Wren // Photos by Julie Christine Photography
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What are you going to wear? The typical question for everyone’s Christmas party. Together with Julie Christine and Adrienne Neufeld, we put together three posts to help answer that question and think outside the typical answer. We have looks that include a trendy romper, a casual pant suit, and a classic navy with fur. Cheers to the Christmas party season and here’s to some Christmas Party Style Ideas & Inspiration to help you have a stand-out outfit.

Thank you to Bella & Wren for partnering with us on this post. All items are sourced and available at Bella & Wren in Fort Langley. This boutique is not only a go to for gifting but they also carry such on trend women’s style pieces (and men’s right next door in Fort + Co.). We have collaborated in the past and as you can see styles are consistently timeless, yet on trend. Be sure to pop in store when you are visiting Fort Langley next.

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I had am in love with this one piece from Des Petits Hauts. You can wear it slim to your body like I have pictured, or I even liked the look of it one size up a bit oversized. Dress it up with a pair of heels for a your fancy work party or more casual with a pair of Steve Madden loafers. Finish off this trendy look with an oversized fur coat. Bella & Wren carries a handful of different styles of fur coats this season and it was so hard to choose from. Pictured below is a BB Dakota. I completed the look with a locally made necklace from Melanie Auld.

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Have fun over the holidays and even more fun styling your holiday outfits. Dress something up that’s typically a little more casual and still find comfort. That’s how I like to do it.

More Christmas Party Ideas & Inspiration

Casual Pant Suit styled by Adrienne Neufeld: Festive Style Trends

Classic Navy Dress and Black Fur by Julie Christine: 3 Styles for Those Holiday Events

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