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Women Dressing up

Festive attire has traditionally been ruled by a certain etiquette. At ARKET we stand for bending and adapting those norms, and for creating our own.

This season, given the uncertainty surrounding parties and celebrations as we know them, breaking the formal-wear rulebook feels even more necessary. This edit features our favourite dress-up details for the season ahead. It is also an invitation to write your own rules – and to dress up, even if nobody is watching.

01  A romantic detail


Exaggerated shapes, broderie anglaise, scalloped edges and tie collars give a twist to classic shirts.

02  Shirting



The right crisp white shirt can be a noteworthy protagonist in formal wear.

03  Leather on leather


The luxurious feel of leather is an ideal companion for any festive occasion. 

04  A festive bag


According to our own version of etiquette, mid-sized bags with sparkling details are a festive accessory.

05  A mini dress


Over-the-knee lengths result in playful silhouettes, even more so when combined with over-the-knee boots.

06  Fun layering


Romantic details worthy of unexpected combinations. Layer this collar over any outfit to make your look extra special. 

07  Tall and tight boots


A mid-heel style with a close-fitting, very high shaft, these boots are made for slim-fit enthusiasts.

08  Flat boots


Heels in formal attire are absolutely optional in modern etiquette.

09  A bow


Small yet unexpected romantic details like this velvety hair bow add a lively touch.

10  A midi dress


Midi lengths are a classic among festive wear – flattering, elegant and easy to wear.

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