That is not a question, like – What should I wear my holiday party?! I’m telling you. Please wear this to my holiday party.
If you’d like to attend you have a handful of options – all from the Tracee Ellis Ross for JCP line. If you are feeling festive in that all over sparkle, twirl around in the snow, when else can I wear this BUT a holiday party kind of way… then the reversible sequin sack in two colorways are for you. (Don’t. You. Dare. Reverse. It.)
Tracee Ellis Ross for JCP Glow Reversible Short Sleeve Dress, $74. (I like the pink a little better but the party will look better if there is a mix, so don’t all of you wear the pink.)
If you’re feeling festive in that buttoned up to unwind, feeling fierce, icy smile with a matte lipstick kind of way… the suits are for you. Classic black tuxedo jacket with an ultra straight cut pant and black button up for cutting the sharpest of looks OR loosey goosey in some slouchy separates, keeping it holiday with a monochromatic red jammie suit set.
You guys are going to look GREAT.
(Unrelated Tracee Ellis Ross Collection Note: Ummmm. Why are these pieces SO AMAZING. And the rest is not? I was SOO pumped on this collection. Maybe the rest is just filler but a sweatshirt that says “Everyday Joy.” WHHYYYY. The prints are blah which is insane for her namesake line, the cuts are frumpy. I don’t get it, really. JCP, do better!)
And for me, you ask? What WILL I be wearing to my holiday party?
Full Disclosure: I will not be wearing this to the Ninth Annual Champagne & Sequins. I would like to wear this. But. Dollars.
Diane Von Furstenburg Silk and Crepe Dress, $1,500. (!!!) Miu Miu Velvet Bow Platforms, $790. Proenza Schouler Curl Leather Clutch, $95. Fenty Stunna Red, $? Fenty dropping a holiday red right before Thanksgiving?! Yes, please.