Fancy a change from your traditional Christmas party dress? Not a problem.
We've looked high and low to find our favourite festive tops. From feminine lace to dazzling sequins (and everything in between), we have the crème de la crème of party tops that we know you'll just love. Whatever your shape, we have a style to suit you.
Here's our edit of the best party tops on the high street this season:
Sardinia Top, £69.00, Coast
Cropped tops look brilliant teamed with high waisted trousers or a dramatic full midi skirt, plus they're great for elongating legs. This structured top is ultra feminine with its scalloped detailing and romantic lace - perfect for a super-chic look this party season!
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Floral Print Bow Long Sleeve Blouse, £27.50, M&S
Pussy bow blouses couldn't be more on-trend this season. Plus, this top is great if you're looking to cover your arms. The winter floral design is perfect for taking your look from desk to dinner, just swap your classic work trousers for a leather pencil skirt and you're ready for a night on the town.
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Sequined Silk Top, £69, & Other Stories
If you're seeking a showstopper top, then look no further than this piece from & Other Stories. With a nipped-in waist to define your shape, this sequin top is a definite party must-have. Mix it up and wear it with some boyfriend jeans for a smart/casual finish.
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Drape Embellished Sleeveless Blouse, £99, Biba at House of Fraser
Black and gold is a killer combo when it comes to festive party wear. Plus this longer tunic style is perfect if you're looking to flatter your bum and the tops of your legs. Wear it with some black jeans and heels for an elegant look that's well put together.
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Lace Peplum Top, £36, Oasis
Luxe lace is a great go-to fabric for a party top. Add a dash of colour with this berry top from Oasis. The peplum shape will define your waist, and is ideal for faking an hourglass figure. Wear it with wide-leg trousers to balance out bigger thighs.
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Long Sleeve Sequin Top, £35.00, Warehouse
Nothing screams "Christmas party" more than sequins, so this black number is great for putting some extra sparkle into your evening outfit. Pair it with skinny jeans and heels for a dressed-up, glitzy look.
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Light Burnt Sateen Cold Shoulder Cami Top, £13.49, New Look
This sleek sateen top is brilliant for disguising a problem tummy with its loose fit, plus the neckline ruffle and shoulder cutaway detail draws attention to your face. For less than £14 this dreamy party top is a bargain buy!
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Velvet and Spot Mesh Top, £28, Next
Reveal and conceal at the same time with this top from Next. The semi-sheer sleeve design is great if you're looking to cover your arms in an on-trend manner. Complete your party ensemble with some super-chic leather trousers.
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Metallic Top With Frilled Hem, £29.99, Zara
Marvelous metallics will make you stand out this season and the soft v-neck will flatter a bigger bust too. Team with a pair of creamy trousers and gold strappy sandals for a winning party look.
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Embellished Fold Detail Top, £159, Ted Baker
Navy is a great alternative to black, as it's super slimming. The jewelled necklace on this satin top will add a final touch of glamour and will bring your party outfit together.
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