Holiday style guide

As the holidays creep closer and the invitations start rolling in, we get ready for fashion’s most exciting time of year. From glitz and glam to textures and prints, the holiday season is filled with fashion’s best looks.

Office Party

Finding the perfect outfit for the office holiday party always seems to be a daunting task. Trying to find the balance between a professional look with the right amount of style often leaves people in a fluster.

We suggest investing in either a mini dress, a strapless or backless jumper, and tie it all together with a classic black pump for a sexy yet sophisticated look. Embellish with a cuff or diamond bracelet and make any outfit pop with either a matching choker or dangling diamond earrings.

Tip: Throw a blazer over your outfit for a cosmopolitan look.

Dinner

Family dinners are always fun to dress up for. You can play around with more funky pieces and wear a more relaxed ensemble. Throw on an adorable sequin, pleated, or even feathered skirt and pair it with tights and a knit sweater.

Tip: Match a metallic sweater with either a feathered or leather skirt. We also love a colored sequin skirt with a neutral knit sweater.

Brunch

Brunch is hands down the best meal of the day, and so is the fashion that accompanies it. Fashionistas know there is no better time to put together your favorite casual, a la mode look. For your holiday brunch, pair a lace dress with a casual cardigan or pair pleather skinnies with a white blouse. Finish off your look with either a tweed blazer or a fur vest.

Tip: Match either of these outfits with a pair of booties or decorative flats.

Holiday style tip

Relish the festive season and adorn all of your outfits with the glittering impact of jewelry and colored clutches to add some pop to your look!

Check out our Pinterest page for more inspiration on holiday looks!

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