Holiday Outfit Color Combos That Are Just Festive Enough

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I feel like everyone has some difficulty finding the perfect festive outfit for the holidays. And although I would prefer, if it were dress-acceptable for me, a 27-year-old adult woman, to show up to a soiree in my Christmas teddy bear sweatshirt that my grandma once inherited from me (yes, that’s a real one sweatshirt , and yes I wear it all the time.), it’s just not going to happen. However, putting together a festive holiday outfit is not as daunting a task as it might seem. In fact, there are countless holiday outfit color combinations that will do the trick – you just need to add a little festive flair. Whether you’re going to a holiday office party or just want to wrap up in the holiday cheer, there’s a holiday color combination that will call your name (probably with a few jingle bells in the background).

Of course you can Just dress up in red and green (and you’ll see a very street style tried method below), but there are so many other color combinations to add a festive spirit to your outfit as well. they do Not You have to go all the way with your holiday ensembles if you don’t want to. A little touch of celebration here and there can be the perfect way to keep your own personal style while still holding on to the magical sentiments of the holidays.

Below are 10 different holiday outfit color combinations (yes, including red and green) — and ways to shop them all. These chic street style outfits from fashion-forward influencers are all very different, sure, but they have one thing in common: each of the ensembles is perfect for the holidays. Some are obviously more holiday-inspired, while others you can wear almost any time of the year. However you decide to rock these color combinations, you’re sure to have it only the right amount of holiday mood.

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There’s nothing quite like mixing different shades of white, cream and tan together to create a monochromatic look with some depth.

Ribbed turtleneck sweater

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Ribbed turtleneck sweater

To achieve this look, start with a great basic and then shape everything else around it. For example, this chunky vanilla sweater from Forever 21 has the perfect shape. It also provides a canvas for styling. You can throw on a faux leather vest for a sporty look, or wear a faux fur trimmed trench coat for something more sophisticated. Then complete the look with these incredible cream colored knee high boots that you will wear again and again.

While there are plenty of ways to dress for the holidays that don’t necessarily involve the red and green combo, it’s still a classic — and deserves a spot in this roundup.

Fore Plaid Pleated Mini Skirt

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Fore Plaid Pleated Mini Skirt

Instead of pairing red pants with a green top, try something fun like a red and green plaid. Cue this perfect pleated skirt from Fore!

The fun and flirty combination of pink and red is a sassy twist on the holiday vibe. These two shades are perfect for color blocking, so mix and match as you like.

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Shoko sweater dress

And of course there is the iconic two-tone Shoko Sweater Dress by STAUD in a beautiful color combination of red and pink.

For people who love wearing red for the holidays but want to stick with a slightly more neutral secondary color, opt for red and charcoal this season. The two shades go perfectly together and there are countless ways to style them.

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Straight-leg trousers in bi-stretch wool

Luckily, J. Crew has the perfect pants for this preppy look. Grab those tartan pants first…

Tailored crosshatch blazer

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Tailored crosshatch blazer

…and style with this gray marl blazer from Topshop. Perfect!

Want a glam look this season? Winter white and sparkling silver make an excellent combination. You will look like a beautiful snowy day brought to life.

Cotton blend bouclé cardigan

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Cotton blend bouclé cardigan

Start by finding the perfect white sweater. Bonus points if there are some glittery buttons to tie into your glittery bottom half.

Kicker leggings with a flared hem and sequins

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Kicker leggings with a flared hem and sequins

A sequined skirt is a great choice, but I’m not going to lie – these sequin flared pants have my attention.

The combination of green and black is the perfect option for late-night holiday evenings or parties that are a little more elegant. You’ll still look festive, just a little more understated.

Lace Slip Mini Dress

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Lace Slip Mini Dress

If a layer of black mesh underneath isn’t your thing, you can make it a little safer by pairing a gorgeous green dress – like these silky briefs – with all-black accessories and a black wool coat. Timeless!

Take your favorite reds and add a bit of brown (we love a faux fur coat!) to cozily covet a sexy colorway. The bold red will remain the focal point of your ensemble, but the brown will tone it down just a little.

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Allure midi dress

Red! Hot! This red midi dress is sure to serve you well through the holidays and beyond. A little black dress is good, but a little red Dress is always better.

Oversized faux fur trench coat

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Oversized faux fur trench coat

This faux fur coat looks ridiculously cozy—and can add a little more upscale (read: bougie) vibe to your vacation ensembles.

Pink and green was one of my favorite color combinations as a tween, and it works really well for the holidays. If you’re still feeling too summery, you can always add a deeper green or red accessory to balance out the lighter shades.

Brandi dress

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Brandi dress

If it’s difficult to style the two shades together, choose a piece that already contains both, like this dress from Reformation, which you can definitely wear year-round.

If you’re into the green and black combo but want something that a little For more glamour, opt for green and silver this holiday season. Dark, velvety green goes so well with bright, glittery silver, so this really is a color combo you can’t go wrong with.

Hard jumpsuit

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Hard jumpsuit

An emerald velvet suit or dress – like this velvet jumpsuit – will really stand out when paired with sparkling silver accessories.

Rhinestone purse

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Rhinestone purse

Amazon has soooo many glittery accessories at the moment but this glittery bag has to be one of my favorites. It looks so similar to Cult Gaia’s $400 style but only costs $30.

Forget red, white and blue – you can’t beat a classic red, white and black ensemble for the holidays. The overall vibe is relatively neutral until you add that red accent. It’s festive in all the right ways.

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Red tulle skirt

This look is so much easier than you think! Team a white sweater or blouse you already own with a new Nutcracker ballet-inspired red tulle skirt. Dress it up with a black waist belt or combine it with a black handbag and heels and you’re done!

A version of this article was originally published in October 2020.

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