People have very different ideas about what a Christmas Day outfit should look like. Some dress up in silks and sequins whilst others have a strict "pj's only" policy. Whatever your stance is on the December 25 dress code, we've found four perfect outfits for you to re-create this Christmas.
If your family dresses up, we've found a sequinned dress that is still comfortable for a day of feasting, and if you like to have fun with your Christmas look, then you need to see this ASOS festive cardigan set. Keep scrolling to see and shop these Christmas-ready outfits.
If Your Family Really Dresses Up
Style Notes: If you aren't one of those people that goes on long walks on Christmas Day, then make the most of being sofa-bound by putting on your most fabulous stilettos. And if your family dresses up, just know that sequins aren't just for New Year's Eve.
If You Don't Leave the House
Style Notes: If you want to feel like you're wearing your PJs, but not feel too scruffy, opt for a pair of jogging bottoms and a chunky cream knit.
If Your Day Always Involves A Long Walk
Style Notes: If you go for an appetite-inducing hike. then Lisa Aiken's Fair Isle jumper and shearling jacket are a no-brainer.
If Everyone Takes the Christmas Theme Seriously
Style Notes: If your family goes festive but you don't want to wear Santa earrings, then stick to a Christmas colour palette.
If Christmas for You Is About Acting Like a Big Kid
Style Notes: For many of us Christmas is all about acting like a child—and why not reflect that in your wardrobe? Wear primary school brogues, white shirts and tartan like Always Judging and you'll feel like Princess Charlotte.
Next up, see our guide to the key trends for autumn/winter 2018.