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Alternative party wear: from sequin playsuits to metallic skirts, non-dress style ideas and separates for the festive season

Anyone can wear a dress come Christmas and there's plenty of nice ones to choose from.

But if you really want to make a statement and try something different, break away from the crowd with a few stylish separates.

From metallic skinny jeans to sequinned playsuits, lace cropped shirts and leather pencil skirts, the high street is alight with festive party pieces.

Come indulge your inner stylist with a look at our favourite non-dress wear of this Christmas and let the good times roll... 

(P.S. Want shoes? Click here for inspiration or take a look at our must-have party accessories.) 



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