Last Updated on 30/08/2021 by Rashi
Whether you’ll be having a little gathering with only closest of family & friends, a virtual zoom Christmas party or attend/host one of those 30-people-only parties (if you’re allowed) -any of the Holidays festivities’ requirements are shiny & chic outfits and accessories with fancy embellishments (for which you need holidays outfit ideas with best of 2020 trends)
Like I’ve said before, not even a pandemic can stop the fashion and trends from rolling. Not to mention, it is a pretty good reason to step out of comfy sweats for a little while.
Holidays statement outfit ideas
This one became all rage after 2019 fashion weeks and is still holding its power. Feather embellished accessories and clothes are -undoubtedly the most Christmas-y trend this year. You can also just get a feathery jacket that looks super fancy and chic.
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With Y2k fashion taking over this year, glitzy clothes are undoubtedly not reserved for special events anymore. So even if you are looking for a day outfit, throwing a sequin jumpsuit or dress is not ‘too much’. Which it never is when it comes to dressing up.
Ruffles, especially OTT ruffles have maintained their position for a long time and are quite trendy this year too. Go for a statement midi dress or skirt since the midi length is pretty popular right now and layer a good blazer over it.
Along with being one of the top fall 2020 trends, metallic pieces in an outfit is one of the best Christmas outfit ideas in 2020 for maximalists. Pair a metallic gold top with leather pants and mules for a chic festive outfit. And if you’re a minimalist, gold sophisticated clutch or shoes is how you can incorporate this trend in your outfit.
Though fringe, spotted last winter was in question of disappearing, it stayed AND got Rihanna’s approval stamp too! Pick an outfit with statement fringe dress or skirt. Not only would that be high fashion festive look but also super trendy one.
This one is for all the cottage-core aesthetic lovers! Style a corset top in a light tone with a midi skirt for a cottage core or soft-girl look! A full-sleeved shirt can also be paired along with a corset to avoid cold.
Whether you prefer the balloon sleeve, the Juliet sleeve or leg-of-mutton sleeve –puff-sleeved blouses or dresses look festive and are also among top chicest trends of fall 2020. Pair the blouse with a pleated skirt and quilted mules.
Ngl, I thought velvet was gone for good –never been much of a fan. But since it’s back, all the LBD lovers have a new option. An embellished LBD is both glam and trendy.
So I’ll be forefront and inform ya’ll, I’m a little biased towards minimalism. So here’s a Holidays outfit idea for minimalists of 2020! In addition to a full pastel look, a mix and match look consisting of mint, blush, seafoam green, ice blue, or lilac color would be a dreamy combination.
Pop of red
Red, the official color of Christmas is, also one of the 7 biggest color trends of 2020 fall/winter. This is why a puff-sleeved red blouse or dress is not just simple and festive but also trendy!
I personally think this era should be called ‘the slip dress era‘ because of its widespread popularity. Go for a pastel one -either printed or jacquard one for a fancy look. A fur coat will undoubtedly be perfect to add a bit of a festive look.
Green (olive green)
Olive green is for all those who prefer neutral hues or particularly simpler colors. Go monochrome in this color with matching separates. You can also pair it with leather pieces. Though it’s not a fancy color, green being the official color of Christmas automatically turns festive around this time.
Since we are talking about monochrome outfits… Head-to-toe leather is one of the best Holidays outfit ideas for a luxe festive look in 2020. Not you? Try teaming leather pieces with other trends mentioned above. For example, a corset top with leather pants.
Pearl is not only the top jewelry trendy this year, pearl-embellishment make any clothing instantly trendy, chic, and festive. Pair blouses with a midi skirt for a romantic look or add pearl jewelry over leather pieces for an edgy but classy look.