: Everyone at the party knows it's the holiday season. Don't wear seasonal kitschy icons like Santa Claus or Reindeer on your clothes. You risk looking like walking decorations that wandered away from a store window or a neighbor's front yard.
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: Skip body-hugging, skin-tight dresses, pants and skirts. Ditto for the neckline that leaves nothing to the imagination. Be safe rather than sorry baring it all. The office holiday party is the annual event where you definitely want to look nice, not naughty! Tip Three
: It may be tempting, but don't reach far back into your closet to re-discover a long-lost Prom or bridesmaid dress. Better to rely on everyone's best friend: the Little Black Dress. Make it holiday festive with silver or gold accessories. Or go for a jewel-tone cocktail dress i
n emerald green, crimson red for a classy look. Tip Four:
Leave the heavy doses of tinsel home to string on the Christmas tree. Keep glitter to a minimum on your holiday party dress, sweater or top. Less will definitely garner you more attention than trying to compete with shine on the decorations and gift wrapping. Tip Five:
Still unsure of what to wear to the company holiday party? If in doubt, stick with a classic cocktail dress that shows off your great legs! Pump up the fun wearing sexy spiked heels, rhinestone earrings and an elegant evening clutch. Take the same dress and pair it with a jean jacket or cardigan sweater with boots if your company party is more casual. Remember
, no matter what you wear, there is one indispensable accessory: your smile. It’s guaranteed to leave you - and everyone else - feeling very merry. Plus it's sure to impress the boss! Cheers!