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DressCoded is an original Revelist series that provides on-point outfits for life's toughest fashion scenarios. You're welcome.

Happy holidays! It's the most wonderful time of the year, and by that I mean it's the time of the year when every single person you know has some sort of party — so you get to dress up. A lot.

Arguably, one of the biggest and most important holiday parties you'll attend this season is the one held by your bosses and coworkers: the office party. Whether your workplace is having a casual in-house kickback or going all out with an off-campus soirée, there's an outfit for that.

If your place of employment is extremely laid-back, opt for a slightly sparklier version of something you'd probably wear to work any other day of the week.

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Sequin Blouse with Tie Waist ($48, ASOS)

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Because this blouse doesn't exactly scream Christmas, once the party's over, you can recycle this glittery number for nights out or other special occasions.

Mid Rise Sparkle Stretch Ankle Leggings ($30, Express)

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These pants have enough sparkle for a holiday party, but not so much that you couldn't wear them any other day.

Western Bootie in Silver Lizard ($70, Eloquii)

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First of all, no one's wearing heels to an informal office function. Second, just look at these and tell me they aren't the coolest boots you've ever seen.

Beth Studded Shoulder Bag ($55, Topshop)

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There's a lot a glittery gray happening in this outfit — break it apart with a bright red bag that can carry just your essentials to and from the office.

Young start-up companies likely to throw its parties at bars require an ensemble as quirky as they are.

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Long-Sleeved Blouse ($15, H&M)

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Admittedly, the top you wear with this outfit doesn't matter so much — it's not the star of the show — so just make sure to keep it simple, well fitted, and crisp.

Printed Sequin Knit Skirt ($70, Zara)

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Yes, I am telling you to wear a SEQUINED. LEOPARD. MAXI SKIRT. It takes a lot of guts to wear this to the office on a regular day — but at a wild office party? You'll fit right in.

Old Skool Low Top in Hot Sauce and White ($60, Vans)

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The muted red shade of these classic sneakers play perfectly with the skirt's shiny gold. They get bonus points for allowing you to be comfortable.

Alexa Faux Fur Pouch ($55, Topshop)

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I told you this outfit was quirky. You think anyone else in your office is going to have a fuzzy clutch purse?

The final outfit option is for anyone working in a corporate space or has an office function that's known to be mad fancy.

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Satin Suit Jacket ($130, Topshop)

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Shiny silver-white satin makes this suit anything but mild. It's a number that gives new life to the phrase "dress to impress."

Satin Clean Peg Trousers ($78, Topshop)

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And dressing in said satin from head to toe will make you stand out — in the best possible way — to your boss and his or her very intimidating prospective investors.

Grove V-Cut Pump ($47, Nordstrom)

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The cut and color of the suit is flashy enough — simple shoes are a must.

Text Print Shopper ($46, Zara)

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Looking snazzy should never deplete your source of attitude.