The Ultimate Christmas Party Playlist

25th November 2021
Pour Moi Christmas party playlist

The moment we’ve been waiting for is finally here! With Christmas just around the corner it is now socially acceptable to start playing Christmas songs. Festive songs are enough to get anyone in the holiday mood. Whether you are wrapping presents, practising for a carolling session or celebrating at a work party, Christmas songs provide the perfect soundtrack to put everyone in a jolly mood. 

To take the stress out of the holiday season we have created the ultimate Christmas party playlist. Bursting with classic and modern Christmas tunes this playlist is just what you need to get the party in full swing. What better way to get the party started with the king of Christmas Michael Bublé, the remake of the classic ‘It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas’ will get everyone in the festive mood. 

We couldn’t create a Christmas inspired playlist without including everyone’s favourite Christmas song. ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ will have everyone singing the roof down with their own Mariah Carey renditions. For all the Mean Girls fans out there you’ll be pleased to know that we’ve added the classic ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ by Bobby Helms to the playlist. Like all good parties they must come to an end, and we’ve topped it off with the Christmas duet of all duets, ‘Fairytale of New York’ by The Pogues featuring Kirsty MacColl. 

We’ve got all of your Christmas songs sorted for the ultimate party, all that’s left is for you to press play and enjoy the festive vibes. 

So, that’s your perfect Christmas party playlist sorted! Now you need the ultimate Christmas party outfit to match. Shop outfits for all occasions from our party collection. Or if you need some serious outfit inspiration, take a look at our Christmas party styling blog. 

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