Men's Christmas & New Year Outfits

Posted by social 13/12/2017 0 Comment(s) Shopping,Lifestyle,Trends & Style,

 

The perfect look for Christmas parties at the office with your colleagues and a more stylish one for the New Year's Eve dinner?

 

The Christmas party at the office, the Christmas dinner, the New Year's Eve dinner: a style and an outfit for every occasion.

From the casual-chic look for a party with colleagues to the most refined suit to show off on the evening of December 31st.
At Christmas, the important occasions to dare a different, and more sophisticated look, are so many!
They range from the most elegant outfit, such as a tailored suit, suitable for the most important moments in the Holidays, up to smart-casual look, a little bit smart than usual, mixed and matched with trendy coats and pants, in occasion of the many Christmas parties with colleagues and friends.


Opting for a tailored suit, with a clean line embellished by elegant details such as Alcantara and AMF stitching, is an excellent choice to look impeccable at the New Year's Eve dinner, but it is also a lasting investment because its versatility will always find occasions in which to wear it, even in the office, for a presence of style.

During the Holidays there are always opportunities to meet with friends and colleagues at Christmas dinners, or simply, at office parties for greetings before the long break. Normally, this type of dinner takes place in casual-dining restaurants, like casual should be the outfit to wear for the occasion, without exaggerating.

Considered that usually you leave the office to go directly to the bar and then to dinner, the look should not be too different from what you wear at work, paying just a little more attention to details, perhaps showing off this year's trend jacket, like the caban, a short coat with a sporty and vintage appeal.

Other pleasant comebacks with a cool vintage flavor are the tartan, for suits and pants, and the corduroy jacket, two perfect item for a sporty-chic look at dinners and parties with colleagues.