3 Holiday Party Outfit Ideas – Holiday Party Lookbook 2018 | JCPenney


Hi, I’m Sage, Sr. Styling Director at
JCPenney. The holidays are here and I’m going to answer some of your styling
questions. Jackie, one of our customers wants to know “what are the best holiday
outfits for family and company parties?” I’m going to show you some outfit ideas
for every occasion, that will have you decking the halls and checking your list
off in style. Need something dressy to wear to the work holiday party? This
jumpsuit is so easy and fun! The wrap front and tie waist create a flattering
shape, and how great is this ruffled sleeve? And it has pockets! Just add some great accessories like these fun earrings and an evening bag, and you are
out the door in a snap. Now that’s date night done right! The holidays are all
about being cozy, and this next outfit is a dream. Can we talk about this Sherpa
vest? It’s like wearing your favorite blanket! It’s really easy to dress up.
These black jeans have a hint of sequins on the leg for some extra shine. Add a lace-up bootie and you’re ready for the gift exchange. And for those days you
just want to stay in, pair the vest with joggers and your favorite sneakers. Cute
and comfy, right? The cookies are baking and the gifts are
wrapped. Now, what to wear? This outfit is so perfect for any of your holiday
get-togethers. Let’s start with the sweater. It comes in six colors and we especially love the gray. And it includes a scarf! So
cozy, and you don’t need a necklace. This glam clutch adds some holiday fun. Add
some super cute Adidas sneakers for some sporty flair. And don’t forget your fur
baby! A twinning sweater is adorable and it comes in five colors. Harlow loves it so much that I’ve added this little brooch, because what girl doesn’t love a little sparkle?

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  1. Where can we buy NB made in USA? I went to a JCPenney in Florida, that was nearly empty except for a customer wearing a headscarf, to keep my JCP card current and the one style of women's NB was made in vietnam. The saleswoman wearing a sari spoke no English; I left the sneakers and walked out.

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