Cheers to partywear

With many a social event approaching, now's the time to
get yourself decked out in some brand new threads. Here I've pulled together 3 outfit ideas so you'll be ready for whatever
comes your way.

Ted Baker Shabba Single Breasted Blazer

The work do

A time where happiness, dancing and awkwardness go hand in hand to (one way or another) create a spectacular evening. For now, let's focus on making it a memorable night for all the right reasons and get your outfit sorted.

Smart casual

If the dress code allows, think about ditching the suit for a more casual style. Opt for a patterned shirt, coloured chinos and a pair of suede boots or brogues.


The Christmas party is always a good opportunity to dress to impress. Try and steer clear of the suits you normally wear to work and try buttoning up a blazer over a crisp shirt with some slim fit trousers. Finish the look with a pair of brogues and fold a pocket square into your top pocket for a final flourish.

The Christmas Lunch

Although you might take it off the moment you sit at the table, a shawl neck jumper is a cosy way to arrive in style. Underneath, opt for a printed shirt and combine with chinos. Add a belt for a smart finish, however after your last spoonful of Christmas pudding, this may become an optional extra.

New Year's

Celebratory text messages failing to send, your playlist discarded in favour of the radio and enough snacks to see you through the month of January - it's time to celebrate, Happy New Year!Keep it simple; you'll probably be wearing this outfit into the early hours so it's important to opt for something comfortable.Try a jersey blazer with a check shirt, smart jeans and chunky boots . Make sure you're equipped with a shiny new wristwatch to make sure you don't miss the countdown!