Since most holiday parties are during work hours or right after work, office attire is often all you have to work with as a base. Since the rule at work is never to show too much skin, Judy P has you covered. Bring an extra pair of shoes and a layering piece in a bag with you. Monochromatic colors and neutrals are always appropriate in the office, but they also make a nice base for a switch to festive. If you’re feeling more adventurous, make a splash with the color of the season–red! If this isn’t a color you wear normally, the holiday party is the perfect time to break it out (without feeling like it’s too much)
One shimmery or metallic piece means you can keep the rest of your outfit super casual and still feel like you’re headed out for a night that’s unlike all the others.
If you feel more comfortable in basic tops, think wide leg pants with a fitted top
High waisted long party skirt you can wear and eat all the snacks you want
And not feel bad about it.  Add a blingy belt to give an extra festive touch to a top.
Layer, layer, layer.  A dress on top of a top?  Exactly.  Add a great scarf and a belt. Finish off with a pair of tights and shiny booties to get that perfect holiday party looks.