Superheroes, leprechauns and lots of Santa costumes: Christmas parties spill into city streets as throngs of very merry office workers dress up and let loose to celebrate the festive season
- Hordes of men and women ditched their corporate dresses and suits for more festive Christmas attire
- Some workers embraced the Christmas cheer donning heavy Santa suits and even giant inflatable reindeers
- The office workers enjoyed their staff Christmas parties, with the celebrations lasting well into the night
Office workers were eagerly counting down the minutes before clocking out on Friday as work parties kicked off the Christmas season.
In Sydney, hordes of men and women ditched their corporate dresses and suits for more festive attire – dressing up in everything from leprechauns and KISS rock stars to Robin and David Hasselhoff.
Some workers embraced the Christmas cheer donning Santa hats, antlers, quirky chimney headgear – and even giant inflatable reindeers while enjoying celebratory bubbles.
Tis the season! Three women wore matching white tops and skirts at Sydney’s iconic Opera Bar. They kept to the ‘Christmas spirit’ donning quirky hats topped with chimneys and reindeers (pictured)
One woman walked through Sydney’s streets on Friday in a Santa dress complete with a cape and black lace-up boots
Men and women were keen to take in the festive season and enjoy celebratory drinks with their work mates
These two women opted for tutus and red and white striped shirts with matching Santa hats as they celebrated the festive season
Two women wore matching white outfits and donned Santa hats to keep to the Christmas cheer for their office party
These three women danced the night away at Sydney’s iconic Opera Bar, with musicians providing the tunes as the sun set
The festivities lasted well into the night, with some partygoers opting to take a break from celebrations
Some workers embraced the Christmas cheer donning red sequins, Santa outfits, and even giant inflatable reindeers
Two men left their suits in the office and instead donned fluoro green braces, festive leprechaun hats and shamrocks
Two men donned Santa hats and even quirky felt Christmas trees on their head while drinking beers at Sydney’s Opera Bar
Some donned red cowboy hats and even baggy red pants featuring a print of Santa’s face in prime view
Another office party saw workers wear matching quirky cardboard boxes embellished with green PVC needles – looking out of place in the middle of Sydney’s Chifley Square.
Three colleagues opted for a more ‘Rock n Roll’ look for the evening – dressing up as KISS rock stars in black leather jackets and completing their look with the iconic face paint.
Yet as the night wore on, the open bar celebrations appeared to take a toll on revellers – some left their Christmas parties struggling to walk in their heels and were seen leaning on their partners to keep them steady.
Two men left their suits in the office and instead donned fluoro green braces, festive leprechaun hats and shamrocks keeping to the Christmas spirit.
While two women ditched their pencil skirts for tutus and red and white striped shirts with matching Santa hats.
One man even donned a wig and white sweat headband along with silicone washboard abs and a silver necklace engraved with ‘HOFF.’
One man dressed up as Robin with a yellow cape and a smoldering black mask as Christmas parties took over Sydney
One woman donned a glitzy gold jump suit and a leopard print headpiece while playing the ukulele near Barangaroo
One office party donned quirky boxes embellished with green PVC needles looking like out of place Christmas trees
Thousands of people were out about in Sydney on Friday night as the Christmas party season got into full swing
Women dressed in glitzy head to toe silver sequin suits with stilts gloriously marched down Sydney’s The Rocks
Three Sydneysiders opted for a more ‘Rock n Roll’ look for the evening – dressing up as KISS rock stars in black leather jackets and face paint
One man wore a wig and white sweat headband along with silicone washboard abs and silver necklace engraved with ‘HOFF’