121014 Dressing For The Holidays
Holiday parties can be stressful especially if you don’t know what to wear. Before you head off to buy something you’re only gonna use once, have a look in your closet to see if there’s anything you could reinvent.
This year my holiday attire consists of the black suit. I had bought it with the intention of wearing it as separates but also having the option to wear it as a suit. The blazer has a slight tuxedo cut and the pant has a feminine pleated waist. The ankle length also works well for showing off a beautiful shoe and I went with a simple black suede pointed toe pump. A low cut basic black tank underneath the blazer provides just the right amount of sex appeal without being too flashy.
I accessorized with a delicate gold necklace and a fabulous faux fur stole that has been in my closet, unworn for too many years now. The fur adds glamour to the outfit but I also have the option of being minimal by ditching it. A large cocktail ring, my Bambi clutch and statement purple Chanel frames add subtle colour, fun and creativity to the whole look.
Keep your personal style in mind when getting dressed this holiday season to feel your absolute best. Embrace your style and elevate it and be true to who you are. That confidence will come out at the holiday parties and you’ll shine regardless of what you’re wearing.
STYLE TIP: I love the look of heels but they’re not exactly my comfort zone. I keep my heels at a comfortable height of 3.5” or lower and add an insole to my shoes to stay comfortable for the night.
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I'M WEARING: Chanel glasses | Lisbeth necklace* (exact mentioned above) | Aritzia Babaton Dominick Jacket, Cohen Pant & Wool Cocoon Coat (all exact mentioned above) | Madewell basic tank (exact mentioned above) | Jcrew Everly pumps | Givenchy Antigona Bambi pouch | Kelly Wearstler ring | H&M Faux Fur stole