Dress Code: Home for the Holidays

Dress Code: Home for the Holidays

You're boarding buses, flights and trains this weekend with not a clue what to pack. Fret not our dear reader, V got you.

You're boarding buses, flights and trains this weekend with not a clue what to pack. Fret not our dear reader, V got you.

It's the Friday before holiday break. You're boarding buses, flights and trains this weekend with not a clue what to pack. Fret not our dear reader, V got you. See below for a list of outfits to impress your in-laws or piss off grandma. All you have to do is proceed to checkout.

The Casual Knit

Keep casual, but still festive and sophisticated in this Monse sweater. Shop here.

Little Black Dress

If an understatement is more your vibe, this black Sandro dress is your gal. Accessorize with boots or heels, depending on the vibe, and you're ready to go, sis. Shop here.

Festive Sequins

You're the middle child and you seek attention. Say no more. This sequins MSGM dress is so much without being too much. The ankle-length hem balances the sequins making it the perfect sequins number. Shop here.

Piss off Grandma

Okay, yas. This sultry number is sure to turn heads no matter how you wear it. Though home for the holidays may not be the place you plan on making this statement, in case you have plans after, wear something conservative underneath and take if off once the clock strikes midnight for the after-party. Shop here.

The Blouse

For those looking to keep things simple, but still make a bit of a statement, look no further for this Diane Von Furstenburg top is the perfect in-between. Pair it a skirt to elevate your look or a pair of jeans to tone it down, it's the perfect canvas. Shop here.

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