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Chic for the holidays

Holidays are already here, which means besides deciding what dish to bring,  you’ll also be scratching your head for outfit ideas.  Go chic!

Whether  you are hosting, attending a friends party or  meeting the in-laws, a polished finished look is a win.

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A chic look  requires more attention to detail and fit, but most importantly functional pieces.  You don’t want pieces that you will have to babysit and pull at. A few staples to look for in your closet  to begin creating these looks are blazers, tailored fit pants, pencil skirts, and collard shirts/blouses to name a few. These will usually transform your whole look and pull it together.

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For this Monochromatic look I did some light layering and playing with different textures like I did HERE with red.

This look could have been just as chic even if I opened up the jacket and added a long neck-piece.

If you do not have fitted bottoms like the ones I mentioned or want a loose fit, consider joggers and styling them like I advised in The Boston Globe

 

Need help finding a holiday outfit? Or not sure if you have the necessary wardrobe staples?  Email me!

Also, I will  be having a  Black Friday deals for styling services so come back for that.

 

Outfit details:

Vintage Blouse

Old Arden B Leather jacket(2006)

H&M Pants Similar here

Aldos shoes

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3 Comments

  1. Dana @ IveGotCake says

    WOOOP!! Congratulations on the Globe feature boo, yessss!
    Great advice in there and on here!

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