The Host Sets the Tone
As the host you, to pick the dress code! Check out our Dress Code, Decoded blog to read more on which dress code you want to go for. After that, read on to learn some helpful tips for what to wear when you’re hosting a holiday party.
Dress comfortably. That doesn’t mean leggings and a sweatshirt (unless that's what you would prefer), but dress to make YOU feel comfortable and confident. Push aside the tight unforgiving jeans and opt for our soft stretchy palazzo pants from our CAxLZ collection. They are flowy, with sheer layer to create and effortless put together outfit.
Don’t wear something too precious. Hosting means being in charge of the food, drinks, and just about everything else! Unless you have help with caterers and a clean up crew, don’t risk ruining your night over a stain on your favorite dress. Because of this owning a machine washable dress is important, this ensure a care-free experience during and after the party. The Bordeaux Lisa 2.0 dress is the perfect example of this, despite it’s delicate details you can throw it in washer..
Prevent a panic. Have at least 30 extra minutes before the party starts to prep yourself. Hair, makeup, shoes, jewelry, style yourself head to toe with a little extra time to make sure you feel you’re very best in your host outfit. If you anticipate being in a rush, grab a one-and-done jumpsuit like the Sara, Sheryl or many of our other jumpsuits