The Everygirl’s Holiday Capsule Wardrobe

The holidays are notoriously the busiest time of year. Between your holiday work party, a Christmas celebration with friends, and the actual holidays themselves, it can feel like we’re constantly on the move — and constantly needing to pull together last-minute festive outfits.

The holiday season brings with it some of the most exciting clothes of the entire year — they’re full of texture and deep jewel tones and statement jackets that don’t make an appearance in the other months. To make sure you’re enjoying the season instead of stressing about what to wear, we’ve put together the ultimate holiday capsule wardrobe. Made to mix and match with each other and with items you already own, it’s the perfect way to diversify your outfits without needing to buy a new dress for every party you have throughout December. This year, you’ll be ringing in the holidays with effortless style, no last-minute panic included.


lace cami
mock-neck tee
polka dot top
satin top
balloon-sleeve sweater
velvet bodysuit
leopard sweater
tweed jacket
midi skirt
teddy coat
belted blazer
plaid coat
burgundy dress
satin midi dress
velvet headband
velvet bag
block heels
cozy slippers
black clutch
pom beanie

How to Wear Them


For a girls’ night out…

jeans / top / bag / heels / plaid coat



For your office party…

bodysuit / skirt / clutch / booties / hoops



To see a play…

dress / booties / clutch



For a day of Christmas shopping…

jeans / sneakers / sweater / teddy coat



For a festive date…

top / jeans / headband / booties







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  • Monica Kane

    Hi! I appreciate that The Everygirl showcases affordable items, but most of these are “fast fashion” options. I try to buy from environmentally conscious shops these days and would appreciate a few fashion picks from stores with more sustainable values.

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    • CTheo

      Everlane is a good option. Older Brother is a nice unisex option but mosdef on the higher price point. Thred Up is a huge online resale boutique that resells so many brands.