Men’s Christmas Party Outfits | How to Dress for a Christmas Party | Christmas Outfits for Men


– Good afternoon gentlemen, I’m Ollie, it’s Make Me That Guy,
and it is Christmas. Not quite Christmas, it’s December, it’s very nearly Christmas, and
thus, all our video releases this month are going to
be festive themed videos. So today’s video is going to
be about Christmas fashion. Check it out, thus the
Christmasy look I’m wearing. And how you can stay in
that fun, festive theme, but still look hot shit
at your Christmas party or your festive party,
or generally throughout the festive period. Okay, so our first look, is this, right. We’ve got this lovely
tuxedo suit by Topman. Right, we’re gonna give you
a few shops to shop in today, because Christmas is so specific. We’re gonna make sure that
you can get these garments quick and easily, and thus
we’re gonna go to Topman, the number one, fairly cheap,
English high street shop. Right, so this is the burgundy
tuxedo suit by Topman. The blazer retailed at 110
and the trousers at 50, pretty cheap for a suit,
a really nice suit. The color is beautiful. Obviously it’s gonna work
really well for Christmas, and as you’re gonna see
throughout the Christmas clothes video we’re doing right now,
it’s gonna be a lot about green, red, and white
theme, the Christmas color. So this is a bit cooler, it’s a slightly off red, the burgundy. The tuxedo little bit on the
lapel makes it very clear that we’re going partying,
it’s a social look, right. And then I’m going to wack in
this cheesy, old Christmas tie which was four quid from Primark. Everything you see, you
can find online as well, just to really get the
Christmas vibes going. It is quite versatile. You can easily wear this at
another time during the year as well, so it’s actually
quite a good buy. The blazer would look
awesome with jeans as well. Thus, it’s worth getting it. If it was bright red, with a green lapel, it’s not like you’re going to
be able to wear it that much. That would be Christmas overload, but this bad boy can be worn at any time. So really cool suit, and there
we have our more high-end Christmas look. Right, we’ve got the skinny
trousers to go with it, and then finally a pair of black brogues just to finish it off, right. All very nice and easy,
the suit by Topman. So that is our Christmas
style look number one. And remember guys, you
don’t need the cheesy tie. If that’s overkill, you
want to be a bit cooler, you can just simply
have it without the tie. But even this, everyone’s
gonna know this is your Christmas look, and you’re
gonna be turning heads at the office, and you’re
not gonna look like one of those guys in one of these suits. They’re not cool, they look ridiculous. Alright, so if you want to wear a funky, Christmas-themed suit,
go for the red suit, not the patterned, loserville suit. Alright, look number two. Okay gents, so here is our
Christmas festive party look number two. Okay, notice how we’ve put in the burgundy tuxedo suit blazer in the game, just to show you how versatile it is. It works really well with
the white jeans as well. However, the essence of our
look is not with this jacket, although this would work as well. But this is our gym guy Christmas look. Okay, so we have this
beautiful green velvety kind of weird Christmassy,
tinsely material t-shirt. That’s by Topman as well, and remember this is a
muscle-fit t-shirt for all you gym elves out there,
getting those elf gains. For all you guys who want one
thing, and one thing only, for Christmas, and that’s gains. On top we have these, hey
hey, elf-like suspenders. Right, they’re also in this red material, ten quid, Topman. We’ve got some skinny jeans below. They have rips in the knees, they were 25 pounds by River Island. This time, we’ve got
the little beanie on top to keep those Christmas elfy vibes going. And that was 15 quid from Topman. And then finally on the
bottom, we have the classic burgundy loafers. They’re not by Topman and
cost a bit more, right, but the last Topman thing
we have on is the novelty Christmas socks in the red and white, going with our overall theme. Definitely a talking point,
and also very trendy to wear patterned socks when you’re
wearing loafers like this, or tassel loafers, and
these loafers are Weejuns, by the way, as well. So there we have it dudes,
that is our gym guy elfish Christmas look number two. Alright, I’m gonna go
and make some toys or, I don’t know what elfs
do, what do they do? Kill some orcs, or is
that a rustic kind of elf? Alright, anyway, cool
cool, next Christmas outfit on its way. Okay boys, so this is
our look number three in very strict contrast
to look number two, the gym elf Christmas look, we now have the preppy
civilized, mature, civilized, genteel Christmas look. So I feel a bit like an
Oxford lecturer or an Oxford University student
strolling around campus, being incredibly privileged
and also enjoying the festive spirit with a tie from Primark. Alright, so our Oxford high-end,
preppy, genteel, country type look, we’ll do the
same tie again, right, so the four quid Primark
tie works beautifully. And it goes nicely with our pocket square, which is actually a
sock from the last look. So I’m not saying use
a sock, but actually, if you didn’t have a pocket square, it works perfectly with the tie. The sock is four pounds from Primark, sorry three pounds fifty from Topman. The tie is from Primark, they match, so you actually could do that, and I’ve worn socks as pocket
squares on nights out before, and no one has pulled
it out and sniffed it or wiped their nose with it. If they did, they’d get an awful surprise, but it works, and no one’s gonna know. Okay, sock and tie Primark, Topshop. Then we’ve got this Topshop heavy, wooly oversized knit underneath. This retailed at, I think, 32 pounds. On top, we have a tweed jacket. This one is by Ralph Lauren,
and this is one of my own jackets I own. But you can get something
like this for a bit cheaper from somewhere like Topshop
for approximately 150 quid. The tweed has this kind of
green, wintery, Christmas look to it, and of course, tops
off the preppy high-end look massively and works very nicely
with the cream heavy knit. Then we have, going
down, we have our velvet, sorry not velvet, corduroy red
maroony, Christmas trousers. Right, a big part of the
look, again, it’s that green, white, and red Christmas color theme. And that’s basically what
you’ve been seeing throughout all the looks. It’s all reds, whites, and greens, and how you combine those. Remember all the looks I’ve showed you, maybe not so much the Christmas elf, but this one especially
is going to work any time of the year. Right, you know, I could put
on light blue jeans with this, and this could be a summer evening look. These are all versatile looks. Yes, they’ve got their Christmas flavor, but they will work any time. And I would feel confident
wearing this at any time of the year, at any city
worldwide, I’d feel very cool. Right, so yes, back to the
corduroys, we have the corduroys, these are also from
Topshop, and these retailed, I think 33 pounds, very preppy again, the cords kind of got that
classic, old-fashioned feel. And then finally a classic
pair of brown brogues to top it all off. And these are also my brown
brogues, I won’t tell you the retail price, but you
can get something similar to these for again,
about 40 quid at Topman. Okay gents, so here is
our final Christmasy, festive period look. Check it out. We’ve got this peacoat by Topman, again everything Topman today,
or mainly Topman, 80 quid. Lovely, dark green color,
it’s very Christmasy, but it’s also very autumnal. So this is gonna work during any season, whenever it’s cold enough for you to wear a jacket like this, it’s gonna work. And the green color, yes, it
goes with the Christmas theme, but it’s super cool for
the whole year round, as is every single style
I’ve shown you today. We’ve got the red polo neck,
also by Topman, underneath, 20 quid. Right, and then we are coming
down, and we have some green, well, lighter green, we want
it to be a nice distinction between the dark, deep
green of the jacket, the chinos are 25 pounds
in a much lighter green as you can see, and then
we run down into our chelsea boots, and these
retail at 40 pounds as well, also from Topman. So that is our festive
outdoorsy look, autumnal look, and again remember, all of
these, gentlemen, are gonna work well at any time this year. Alright, anyway,
gentlemen, so that was it, that is our festive
party outfits, Christmas, seasonal gear, stuff to
make sure you pull a cracker at the office party. Right, and that you’re
getting love throughout the festive period, and
all those wild parties you’re gonna be having with
your mum and mince pies during December. Alright gentlemen, stay tuned, I’m Ollie. Be sure to subscribe,
like, give us a comment, it’s Make Me That Guy. Peace, love, blessings,
and happy Christmas to everyone at home. Ho ho ho.

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