Get Sassy And Empowered This Christmas

Updated: Aug 21, 2019

If you’re looking for inspiration for what to wear to your Christmas party or perhaps a bottomless brunch with the girls over the holiday season, then look no further! We have created the ultimate Voir collection of sassy outfits to feel empowered and shine bright this Christmas. Enjoy!

Go Wild

Channel your animal instincts whilst being on trend this party season with a bold print look to cunningly show who is boss.

1. Tom Ford 2. Balenciaga 3. Missguided 4. Ashley Williams 5. Pretty Little thing 6. Asos 7. Tom Ford

What Suits You

Look sophisticated yet sexy in a suit for the sultry lights. These scream classiness but fashion boss, so be careful, you might be expected to buy a round of tequila for your colleagues.

1. Pretty Little thing 2. Pretty Little thing 3. Victoria Beckham 4. Pretty Little thing 5. Escada 6. Armani

Silver Bullet

As the ultimate fashion icon, Rihanna once said ‘shine bright like a diamond’. One of the biggest trends on the runway right now is metallics, especially silver. So what are you waiting for? It’s your time to sparkle.

1. Pretty Little thing 2. Alberta Ferretti 3. Balmain 4. Halpern 5. Off White

Fringe Benefits

Feel fabulous this Christmas season with one of these amazing numbers. You will instantly become the belle of the ball or belle of the brunch, who cares, you’ll be looking reassuringly expensive.

1. Nina Ricci 2. Loewe 3. Sean Kelly 4. Prada

Image moodboards designed by: Nancy Callagher

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