It's 'Bah! Humbug!' and other holiday style advice from the AP

British actor Albert Finney waves his cane while playing the title role in “Scrooge,” at Shepperton Studios, near London, Jan. 15, 1970. (AP Photo/R. Dear)
British actor Albert Finney waves his cane while playing the title role in “Scrooge,” at Shepperton Studios, near London, Jan. 15, 1970. (AP Photo/R. Dear)

The Associated Press held a style chat Tuesday on holiday terms with lifestyles editor Julie Rubin. Taken in their parts or as a whole, these style chats always feel useful and a bit funny: "Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus would also be known as the Clauses."

Here are some tweets from the holiday style chat.

Since last month, there have also been some good warnings from various media outlets about avoiding holiday cliches. My colleagues Ben Mullin and Andrew Beaujon wrote about warnings from The New York Times and NPR, and still Mullin found a lot of ho-ho-headlines. In November, the AP held a holiday food style chat. The next one, which will be about parenting (and so probably pretty funny) on Jan. 6.

Here's the AP's full holiday style guide.

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