Fratty Outfits for Every Occasion: Holiday Edition

Wondering what to wear throughout the holidays this year? While your friends are decking the halls, make sure you’re decked out in the frattiest attire. When the dress code doesn’t call for “Tacky Christmas Sweater”, follow these simple guidelines:

A festive button down in a plaid or buffalo check pattern in red or green is always an easy and festive option:

Brooks Brothers Regular Fit Ground Check Sports Shirt

(Brooks Brothers “NON IRON” variety can go right in the washing machine and onto your back)

The holidays is a great time to break the mold of boring predictable khakis and a button down. The chilly weather also is a perfect time to break out the corduroys for a little extra warmth. A festive green or caramel brown always compliments the best holiday outfit.

Vineyard Vines Muddler Corduroy Club Pants

There are so few acceptable fratty shoes but the holidays is the perfect time to break out your “dress” shoes (anything other than a pair of New Balance 991s or Clark’s Wallabees). Cole Haan is a great source for good old-fashioned (aka frat-tastic) penny loafers, and so is Johnston & Murphy. But if your holidays calls for a dressier shoe,  try a pair with tassels or a gold D-ring buckle:

Johnston & Murphy Ski-Moc II Tassel Loafer

Every good frat star should have a girlfriend who has needle-pointed a belt for you during your college career. The ultimate fratty staple (customizable to whatever you like: beer logos, college mascot, Greek letters) comes in holiday editions too that add a finishing touch to any holiday outfit:

Smathers & Branson Needlepoint Belt

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