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When it comes to Christmas parties, you don’t have to dress up to get down. At least, not in the tux-and-all-the-trimmings way. In fact, festive party dress codes have relaxed so much that not only is the classic black tux no longer the obvious go-to for men, but it can come off a little over the top too. This is our foolproof guide to fully festive looks beyond the black tux.
The new navy suit
Just as timeless as its black counterpart, a navy suit is more versatile too. For extra visual interest, opt for an ombré check style. Retire the bow tie, swap the shirt for a tee and pull on a pair of Chelsea boots for a modern finish.
Blazer, €129, and trousers, £59.99, Zara; T-shirt, €7.99, H&M; leather boots, €107, Next; glasses, €7.99, H&M
Brighten up your look by adding a dash of colour to a seasonless monochrome palette. A blazer in a bold hue takes your look to the next level, while the pared-back pieces underneath keeps everything grounded.
Jacket, €120, Topman; jeans, €27.99, H&M; T-shirt, €9.95, Zara; trainers, €39.95, Zara
The statement shirt
An abstract floral shirt forms the basis of a low-key party ensemble that still leaves a stylish impression. Add slim jeans, an overcoat (ditch the blazer) and winter-ready boots to keep you sure-footed into the small hours.
Shirt, €39, Next; jeans, €39.95, Zara; boots, €59.95, Zara; coat, €129, Zara