People have very different ideas about what a Christmas Day outfit should look like, as some dress up in silks and sequins, while 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 an amazing day-appropriate green silk 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 cat-themed Monki socks. Keep scrolling to see—and shop—these Christmas-ready outfits.
If Your Family Dresses Up
Style Notes: Katherine Ormerod wears Kitri's festive green silk midi dress with a pair of day-appropriate Mary Jane tan pumps.
If You Don't Leave the House
Style Notes: A quick poll of the Who What Wear UK office showed most of us prefer to not get dressed on Christmas Day, and Alex Stedman's pink cashmere knit-and-slipper combo is comfortable for a day of lounging and eating.
If You Want to Look Chic But Festive
Style Notes: Pernille Taesbaek's Fair Isle sweater, red Milane Birger boots and red velvet earrings are festive but don't veer into the "costume" department.
If You Love A Christmas Jumper
Style Notes: If you're the first to wear Santa earrings and a Christmas jumper, then follow Emili Sindlev's lead, and opt for a pair of sequin trousers with a cosy, festive knit.