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Meet Your New Holiday-Party Outfit (No Dress Required!)

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    The holidays are clearly upon us (cue the lights, trees, and endless shopping lists). And, that means that finding the perfect outfit to wear to your office party, best friend's soiree, and everything in between can pose a serious fashion challenge. Until now, that is.

    Because, when you’ve worn out your go-to sparkly dress and can’t even fathom slipping into a super-slim blouse, there’s one tried-and-true staple that always has your back. Literally. Enter the dressy T-shirt.

    This luxe version of the classic tee is what we like to call “the laid-back girl’s guide to holiday dressing.” Throw one on with a pair of dark skinnies, a flippy skirt, or (if you’re really feeling bold) leather trousers for an instantly festive, no-frills look. So, if you want to join us in chillin' out (in style!) this holiday season, shop the 15 embroidered, metallic, and downright party-perfect tees ahead. And, prepare to be the most effortlessly cool chick at your upcoming fete.

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