When I entertain during the holidays I always end up rushing around until the last second in my sweatpants and then have little time to change when guests start arriving for the party. A couple years ago I wore a pair of comfy but festive pants all day long: while wrapping gifts, cleaning, decorating, and then just changed my shirt and put on lipstick when guests showed up. It was so much easier!
Featuring from Old Navy: Metallic print ankle pants, fair isle crew sweater, slippers in store (similar)
Also: Cambria flats and maroon suede loafers from Sole Society, vintage gold chain necklace, Red plaid silk shirt from Madewell (last season), Blue long sleeve tee from Madewell, Pendleton Indy Hat
Keep reading for more photos on how to wear your festive holiday pants, three versatile ways…
Photography and styling by Liz Stanley, modeling by Maddie Bachelder
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Wrapping: Pair your festive pants with a comfy sweater + slippers for wrapping gifts and card writing (and be sure to crank those holiday tunes too!)
Decorating: My favorite part of getting ready for a party! Keep those tunes cranked, and pull on a comfy tee shirt with your holiday pants, and a pair of suede oxfords (below) while you hang twinkle lights and light candles
Party time: I love anything bright, red and silky for holiday parties to pair with your festive pants. A gold necklace pops nicely on the red too.
I agree with meg and katie, I might nit have looked twice at this pants on a rack, but I’m digging the red shirt combo!
If I had seen these pants in the store or online I probably never would have bought them. Seeing them styled this way is making me think differently about that….
Cute pants and love all the outfits. Especially the red shirt!
That’s a great idea! It’s not so nice to spend half the day of the celebration dressed quite badly, I’m really guilty of this. Must find something comfy, yet pretty and only a few days left! Thanks for the inspiration.
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