Holiday attire for men guide part 2

Holiday attire for men

Holiday attire for men guide part 2

White collar holiday office parties, number 2:

In terms of shoes, you will want to keep things appropriately conservative as well so you could go for the classic black cap toe oxford or if you are feeling just a little bit more playful, something in a very dark brown color perhaps an oxblood. You could go for something like a monk strap or something incorporating just a little bit of broguing in its design but you do not want to get too crazy and you probably will not want to opt for light colors like tan either. After all, if your regular office attire consists of those black oxfords, you will want to keep it in the neighborhood of that kind of shoe even for a party like this.

White collar holiday office parties, number 3:

As for your accessories, the novelty tie emblazoned with huge Santa heads is probably going to be a little bit too informal for a party of this nature. Instead, you will want to go for something like a dark burgundy or a similarly muted hue perhaps with a slight pattern to it. Although solids are of course a safe bet. Your pocket square can be a little bit bolder in comparison to your tie and can possibly incorporate some small patterns as well. Just remember that all of the elements of your outfit should ultimately remain harmonious.

White collar holiday office parties, number 4:

You are likely going to have the most latitude here with your cufflinks, they can be solid metal in any shade of course and can incorporate stones or other engraved designs. This type of party is just playful enough, however, that you could also do something with miniatures, say, for example, a tiny reindeer just so long as it is understated and subtle. Have fun with it and try to strike that ideal balance between formal and festive.

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