Dressing for a Holiday Party

Okay, you are invited to the Office Party or a Neighborhood Party or to a friend’s house for a holiday dinner. All three invites have encouraged you to wear dressy-casual, or is it casually dressed.  With so many people having individual interpretations of this, just what do you wear? If you live in the city such as NYC or Chicago or somewhere in between, it is a pretty good guess that means clothes accented by sparkly jewelry, designer scarves, perfume, nails polished,  hair done at the professionals, and probably high heels of various heights.

 ImageWhat about if you live in the woods, the farm or somewhere in between those places? What does one wear then to a party or dinner gathering during the holidays, regardless of which one you honor? What does casual mean then? Would it be sweat suits with spangles on them declaring that they are dressy for the holidays? Dark running shoes rather than the white ones? Jeans, if you can still fit into them after the first few parties?

 It seems I just don’t know anymore and it was once a self-assured answer on the tip of my tongue if anyone asked me. Then again, after a few glasses of wine, does anyone really care?

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3 responses to “Dressing for a Holiday Party

  1. You look adorable in anything you where, probably because I only see your face and those great eyes sparkling with joy, and a smile that makes my heart laugh. I love the picture too. always have!

  2. and wouldn’t you love my reply if I could spell correctly? “where” vs “wear” 🙂

  3. Dawn Mullen

    Whatever makes you happy and feel good is appropriate as long as it is not your birthday suit. That will insure that you have a good time. LOL. I love the masks too.

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