Whether your Christmas is a big get together, or a small intimate family day, what you wear should remain practical and comfortable (because, let’s face it, there is always a lot of food at Christmas) yet highly on trend! Follow this guide to what to wear for two different scenarios – a glamorous Christmas Day versus a more low key affair. We would love to see what you end up wearing on Christmas Day – tweet us your pictures at @demonfashion.

 Glamorous Christmas Day

 Christmas Day often consists of three things. Firstly, glitter – be it on the tree, the table decorations or the wrapping paper. Secondly, rich and bold colours. Third, eating an obscene amount. We took all of these factors into consideration when choosing potential outfit options for you and here’s what we decided upon.image1xlCA92RNJNimage1xlCA9ABCZR

Jumpsuits are always going to be an easy go to – an entire outfit in one garment. Christmas should be spent around the tree, or on the sofa watching rubbish festive TV, or in the kitchen gauging on the extreme amount of holidays delights and thus, choosing an outfit should be easy. What we, here at Demon Fashion HQ, love about jumpsuits is that they offer a sophisticated yet modern twist on the “glamorous” dress code. Throw this Oasis number on to inject instant style into your Christmas Day.

In these sub-zero temperatures, shorter styles of dresses and playsuits often seem impractical and a little brave. However, pair with some thick tights and killer heeled boots, and you are ready to face the elements. In this season, it’s appropriate to chose a style that has some sparkle embellished on it, or a rich and thick fabric – velvets are especially popular this year.

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 Low Key Christmas

When was the last time you went shopping and didn’t see a Christmas jumper somewhere on the high street? From festive, winter patterns to full-on Christmas trees knitted on the front, a jumper is a safe option this year. Even designers such as Burberry and Alexander McQueen have jumped on the bandwagon by reinventing the Christmas knit! These two designers, amongst others, designed bespoke styles that were auctioned off to the lowest unique bidder, with all money going to Save the Children.

As an alternative to jeans this year, why not team your jumper with a leather skirt, or cigarette trousers? The latter works better with a cropped knit, whilst the former is versatile can be worn in a magnitude of ways.

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Let us know what you get up to this Christmas!

Merry Christmas! x