Although not traditional, the black trees give a home a glamorous, Scandinavian-chic look when paired with white and silver baubles.
The year is winding down — but that doesn’t mean your schedule will be anytime soon. The holiday season is all about immersing yourself in holiday cheer. In other words, you’ve got Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza parties — or whatever you happen to celebrate. With so many events to attend, finding the appropriate outfit for every event can make a person feel like staying in bed wearing a perma-Snuggie. Most holiday events don’t have a strict dress code, but you still want to dress appropriately and festive enough for the occasion. Don’t be the person who dares to shows up to the ugly sweater party in a stylish monochromatic jumper. While some holiday events dictate formal attire, others just require you to be comfortable. To take some of the stress and guess work out of navigating holiday party attire, here’s our loose guide for what to wear to every event this season. At the end of the day, the holiday season is about connecting with and celebrating with family and friends — so make that your top priority. Looking for more gift and holiday ideas? Check out more of our gift guides right here . Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @ YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram .
Deck the halls! With a well-placed beaded pillow here or a glittery wreath there, it's easy to decorate with lights, both indoors and out.
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