Holiday Clothing Tips

 

Holiday Clothing TipsDressy hosiery looks terrific during the holidays.

It’s holiday party time! What to wear to those holiday festivities does not have to be a problem. Before you venture out to shop look in your closet. You might find the holiday clothing you need without spending a dime.



A blouse or sweater with sequins or beads always looks festive. You can wear a dressy top with a classic pencil skirt, tailored pants or jeans. Keep the jewelry simple and you’ll look great! A pair of button or stud style earrings is all you need.

A piece of statement jewelry lifts a wardrobe classic to a festive level. If you don’t have one in your jewelry box try combining several (2, 3 or 4) necklaces that you have together. You can mix silver, gold, and pearls to make a unique statement necklace.

Dressy shoes add a holiday look to your favorite evening classic. With a pair of black pumps wear ultra sheer, nude color or a shade of black stockings. Sexy peep-toe shoes can be worn with tights, dark sheers, toeless, ultra sheer, neutral color stockings or without hosiery. If you can’t stand the cold, closed toe sling backs are another sexy, dressy shoe style that you can wear with hosiery for holiday parties.

A small colored purse for daytime or evening parties looks awesome with a monotone outfit. Add some good looking jewelry and /or a scarf to complete your look.

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Dressy hosiery looks terrific during the holidays. Stockings with shimmer will give a pencil skirt or classic black sheath dress a festive look.  Any stockings with patterns or designs will call attention to your legs and ankles so you need great legs to wear them.

Elegant earrings and / or a lovely shawl/pashmina add excitement and drama for the Christmas holidays.

Holiday Fashion Tips

Wear a black velvet jacket with jeans and a pair of sexy heels and you’ll look fantastic if the party is casual.

Dressy fabrics like velvet, metallics, silk and satin are all wonderful for holiday parties.

It is better to be underdresses than overdressed!

Happy holidays!

 

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