At this time of year, there are many dinners and occasions where one has to dress elegantly; business Christmas dinners, end-of-year dinners, gatherings to exchange gifts, and so on.
Especially during the Christmas period, everyone likes to dress up, precisely to maintain that festive mood that is in the air, in homes, in clubs and within each of us.
What to wear to feel elegant in December?
You certainly won’t go wrong if you take your cue from the four outfits we have chosen for you!
The first look we have chosen is elegant and alternative, consisting of a dress and ankle boots. The dress is a pleated, low-cut satin midi dress with an abstract print in shades of grey and dark green, while the ankle boots are made of suede with taupe elastic, a black rubber sole, dark brown leather lining and a 3 cm heel, like item Elsa 200 in the green version by Luca Grossi.
You can wear a skirt, a top and loafers as a second outfit. The skirt is a multicoloured tie-dye midi model with contrasting crisscrossed belts in shades of orange and brown, the top is long-sleeved with scalloped bottom in a dark brown colour, and the moccasins are in patent leather embellished with a black varnished chain accessory, black rubber sole, dark brown leather lining and 2.5 cm heel, like item Abigail 882 in the black varnished leather version by Luca Grossi.
Another combination can be made with trousers, a jumper and pumps. The trousers are flared, high-waisted leather trousers with a slit at the hem in a solid burgundy colour, the jumper has a cut-out detail at the neck, in a solid black colour, and the pumps have a leather sole, black rubber sole, dark brown leather lining and a 9 cm heel, like item Candida 3901 in the black version by Luca Grossi.
The fourth and last look we recommend is a dress and pumps. The dress is a short blazer model with rhinestone trim and cuffs with synthetic feathers, in solid black, while the pumps are made of suede, leather and black rubber sole, dark brown leather lining and 7 cm heel, like item Caroline 5500 in the black version by Luca Grossi.