how to look debonair at your christmas party
The Christmas party season is drawing nearer and it can be a frustrating task trying to find something appropriate to wear. Don’t worry though, whatever the dress code, we’ve got plenty of options to help you out. While the festive season is perfect for going all out and dressing in all your finery, some might choose to opt for a more casual vibe, and this guide aims to make sure you look stylish and stand out this year no matter what.
the casual christmas party
If your team have decided to keep things casual this Christmas, then you have the freedom of wearing something more relaxed. However, it’s still a special occasion and you’re going to want to feel your best.
Pair some jet-black skinny fit jeans with a stylish polo shirt to create a polished casual look. We recommend the DML True Black Skinny Jeans and Guide London Olive Long Sleeve Polo Shirt. Wear the t-shirt tucked in, or out for a more relaxed feel and accessorise with a dark leather belt and a pair of derby shoes. For Christmas, it should be casual at it’s finest, so explore your options and be open to wearing something a little different to usual.
the smart-casual christmas party
Smart-casual can often be the dress code that most of us dread for our work’s Christmas party. Do we err on the side of caution and dress more casually, or do we lean more on the side of smart? What counts as smart-casual? It’s a minefield. But it doesn’t have to be. There are so many different ways to work the illusive smart-casual.
Wear a suit with a slouchy white t-shirt and loafers, pair a smart blazer and roll neck jumper with a pair of jeans, or style a smart shirt and trousers with a classic knit sweater over the top. Accessorise with smart shoes and some stand-out accessories and you’ve got your perfect smart-casual look. There are so many options you can choose from, so have fun playing with different styles.
the formal christmas party
It’s a myth that formal dress is restrictive. You just need to know how to make the formal style your own. This can be done through the use of colours, fabrics and different fits of suit. Whether it’s formal or fully black-tie, we can help you to choose the best option for you.
Wear a sophisticated, subtly patterned dinner jacket and pair with dress trousers to create a contrasting formal look, or go for a three-piece suit with a rich colour palette that fits with the festive season. Accessories are key to any formal outfit, do you prefer a tie or a bow tie? Are you going to go all-out with the finer details like cufflinks and lapel pins, or keep it more toned down with a simple matching tie and pocket square combination? Whichever way you choose to style your formal look, you can’t go wrong with Master Debonair.
Planning a formal party or black-tie event this Christmas? Come and visit us at our purpose-built studio with your entire party of gentleman to have our professional stylists work with you to find the best looks.