Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Haute Holiday Looks!

Office party
Left: Pair the Satin and Knit Sheath with a cardi or black blazer for a sultry-yet-professional look for this year’s office holiday party 

Middle: This  is sexy enough to catch the eye of that cute new co-worker but still conservative enough to hang around the eggnog with your boss: 

Right: This wrap dress great for any party. Looks amazing on any body type because it looks sexy while camoflauging problem areas like arms or tummy.  You can dress it down for a nice holiday brunch by rocking it with a cozy scarf, leggings, cropped jean jacket and some cute hair accessories like a crochet beret or headband. ..OR wear it with boots,  sheer black stockings and sparkly jewelry watch the guys line up around the block to kiss you under the misletoe! 

Formal/Casual mash up for small holiday get-togethers to nights out during the festive season:

Wine Velvet Blazer with ribbon lace-up detailing (not shown/on back). You will be the prettiest thing with a bow on near the tree! Wear with a skirt or jeans. 

Snow white cardi with sequins will look flirty and fun from gift shopping to a night out when paired with a cami, black or grey skinny cords and knee high boots. Try big earrings or a jewel-toned infinity scarf for extra style. 

For Holidays in Warm Climate: 

Try this Green chiffon one shoulder dress which is beachy and in holiday hues.

Or rock this one-shoulder top with jeans and sparkling heels.  (both on www.asos.co.uk)

LBDs for any occasion
Kors LBD with sparkle is really great  for those who are self conscious of her arms

Black-tie New Years?
Glitter like the disco-ball in this Silver sequin gown 
or really spice it up with this Red Gown

Kiss me at midnight:
This is a really quality couture piece with shimmer underneath flaw-hiding cheer rusching 
or turn up the heat in this insanely sexy cutout LBD

Now that you foxy ladies have some inspiration, get your holiday bling on and I will see you around the eggnog!! Tits the season! er, I mean 'Tis the season...
Happy Holidays! 

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