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HOW ASOSERS DO THE CHRISTMAS PARTY

By Maybelle Morgan, 16 December 2017

Everyone knows that your office Christmas party is your annual window of opportunity to actually let your hair down (away days don’t count), and drink what you’re owed in salary (are we right?). So it’s 100% necessary to go all out and gear up in full-on festive cheer. Here’s how the ASOS staff are getting on board… 

Rosie Sutcliffe-Smith wearing a 00s top to the Christmas party

Noughties or nice

For a dose of instant glamour, let Paris Hilton (circa The Simple Life) be your poster girl. Rosie revs up her PM getup with a risqué early-00s cowl-neck backless top in festive sparkles. But to keep the look balanced, finish with baggy high-waisted utility trousers, skate sneaks and some 90s oversized hoops.

Pictured: Rosie Sutcliffe-Smith, video studio coordinator

Jodie Morgan wearing a white dress to the Christmas party

Monochrome Monroe

Ever wondered how to repurpose your fave summer dress for your cold weather RSVPs? Exactly. Like This. Jodie dresses down this ASOS WHITE trapeze swing dress with a cool-as leather jacket, while the strappy, chunky block heels add that evening wow-factor.

Pictured: Jodie Morgan, senior creative

Julia Patrick wearing black to the Christmas party

All black everything

If demure is your deal and you’re all about that easy day-to-night transition, then this all-black getup is where it’s at. A premium silk cowl-neck top adds that dressy feel, but raw-edge mom jeans casj it down. Julia finishes the look with pointed mules, statement gold drop earrings and a slick of berry lippie.

Pictured: Julia Patrick, senior creative

Kate Tilbrook wearing leopard print to ASOS Christmas party

Pictures: Miles Drury

Spot on

Animal print is having a well-deserved renaissance due to that 80s thing doing the rounds at the moment, and Kate knows the best way to honour the disco decade is to take it to glam level 100. A silky wrap dress is so fancy with tie-waist detailing, while chunky platform heels seal the night-out-out deal.

 

Pictured: Kate Tilbrook, junior designer

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