Holiday Fashion: Spicing Up Your Holiday Style

holiday fashionThe holiday season maybe over but it’s never too early to start planning for the next one. Looking great for the numerous Christmas parties can be quite a chore. Here are some surefire methods to make sure you are the focal point of any party, that is aside from getting completely plastered.

Dress things up by going all out with the bling. Dress things up with jewel-studded sweaters, jackets, dresses, hand bags and shoes. With the coming trends of metallic and spacy looks- it would be trendy and will ensure that everyone will be looking at you when you come through any door. If you are going to wear jewels they look best on a solid colored background.

Satin not only feels good but it looks good for this season as well. The rich color of satin can update and basic holiday look. You can accessorize with some satin trim or ribbons if you don’t want to buy any satin tops or dresses.

The Little Black Dress is a basic staple of any woman’s wardrobe. You can make sure that your LBD rises from the rest by buying wonderful vintage-inspired and flare styles. Rhinestone brooches or belts can complete the look.

If you want to completely surprise your co-workers, you can strut in with a lingerie and corset-inspired look. These seamed, laced, wrapped and tied styles can turn anyone nice, naughty. Choose offbeat or feminine colors instead of black.

Looking to make an entrance this holiday season? Go for the extravagant drama of winter white. This season’s styles offer satin suits, sleeveless cashmere sweaters with white fur necklines, shirts with elegant full sleeves or waist-cinching belts and wraps. Pair white beauties with beaded or lace skirts, black tuxedo pants or intricately seamed skinny pants, worn with high heels, of course.

If you love modern, clean looks with a touch of sass, then you’ll feel right at home in dressed up versions of the mod trend for holiday. Think silver metallic, paillettes and patent leather. Or go further back in time with feminine chiffon styles decorated in sequins with 20’s-inspired deco designs. Girly-girls will favor 50’s-inspired strapless dresses, flared just below a cinched waist.

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