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Holiday Style Guide

Left model in sequin collar dress and right model in sequin ankle jean with keyhole mesh top
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If you’re circling the calendar with dates for parties and get-togethers during the holiday season, you will find this Holiday Style Guide helpful in planning the perfect holiday wardrobe. Have key holiday styles in your closet to ensure you’re prepared for whatever fun lies ahead this season.

Sparkle and shine for those holiday happy hours

Sparkling sequins are a go-to for the holidays, and with good reason! Sequin tops and bottoms are as festive as holiday garments come. Choose sequin tops and bottoms to create fashionable looks for all of those fun holiday happy hours and get-togethers. From sequin blouses to eye-catching sequin skirts, sparkling garments are a great way to maximize your holiday style.

Transition your looks from the office to dinner

Your favorite office pieces can do double duty during the holidays. Think three-quarter sleeve maxi dresses, flowing blouses, and fitted blazers with matching pants. Stylish details such as sheer illusion panels, contrasting trim, and chic cutouts can make your work pieces appropriate for holiday dinners with colleagues and co-workers.

Bring glamour to cocktail parties

Make an entrance at holiday cocktail parties in something glamorous. Whether your style is a lacy little black dress or a gold beaded jumpsuit, be sure to freshen up your holiday wardrobe this season with a look that’s new and unexpected. Jeweled necklines, illusion insets and dramatic ruffles create distinctive details for a look that captivates. Add extra style on top of style with an elegant faux-fur wrap or statement accessory as well.

Be unforgettable at black-tie events

Attend a black-tie soirée or holiday wedding in a special-occasion gown that dazzles from head-to-toe. Take advantage of the winter season and wear velvet or a rich tapestry dress, both of which are perfect in colder months. Also memorable is a bold bright look, like a ruby or sapphire-blue gown as a statement color alone and/or adorned with embellishments.