How To Make These 4 Holiday Styles Work Long After The Party

The best thing about holiday party hopping is undoubtedly the wardrobe. The slew of sparkly statement pieces makes every outfit feel special, but that level of magic shouldn’t end when the party does. In partnership with Macy’s, we’re spotlighting the holiday party staples whose lifespans should extend beyond the celebrations.

From luxe velvet blazers and shimmery tank tops to festive florals and statement blouses, it’s time to elevate your everyday looks into the realm of holiday wonder. Ahead, two ways to wear our favorite party pieces of the season.

The Velvet Blazer

Flor wears the I.N.C. Velvet Blazer, Created for Macy's.

A dark velvet blazer is a veritable staple for dressy holiday drinks, but it lends an unexpected twist to your daytime look when layered over a gray sweater and cuffed blue jeans: Cozy never looked so chic.

The Sequin Tank

Jonelle wears the I.N.C. Sequined Top, Created for Macy's.

Sequins are a dance floor standard, especially during an upscale holiday fête. Go big in a coordinating tank-and-skirt set, but channel more low-key vibes by adding a denim jacket, black skirt, and white high-top sneaks into the mix.

The Floral Skirt

Flor wears an I.N.C. floral skirt, Created for Macy's.

A floor-length floral skirt is the perfect addition to your holiday ensemble, especially if you’re down for a retro-inspired look. Dress up the piece for parties with a sequin sleeve moto jacket and heels, then float back into the everyday with a cozy turtleneck sweater and cool lace-up boots.

The Wrap Blouse

Jonnelle wears the I.N.C. Velvet Wrap Top, Created for Macy's.

This statement blouse’s versatility makes it an easy choice for your holiday party wardrobe. Its velvet and satin-y mix make it stand out at get-togethers with textured leggings and pointy-toe boots, while bringing it back into the everyday is easy with a denim jacket and shimmer-studded jeans.

Photos: Eric White; Art Direction: Molly Kugelman; Prop/Set Stylist: Erin Swift; Makeup: Ashleigh Ciucci; Hair: Marcos Diaz; Senior Editor: Jenna Wexler.