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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. 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. 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 …

Holiday look- Casual Chic

In this post I mentioned going chic for the Holidays, but this outfit here reminded me of casual chic for the holidays as an option.  The easiest and coolest way in my opinion to add a casual touch to a fit is  adding denim.  With a such a vibrant top like this vintage one,  a casual touch was needed  fast.  I couldnt afford to look like I hijacked my grandmothers and not do it justice.  Nothing a cinched waist cant fix right? These Asos pants pulled it all together. Snatched honey! Turn any top into a Winter essential by adding a turtleneck. It just works. Felt like the fit could have used another layer…aka a reason to wear this H&M Men’s shirt. Made the outfit a tad bit cooler. Turtleneck(last season): H&M Shirt: H&M Pants: Asos Shoes: Aldos Varsity Jacket:  My girlfriends(She doesn’t remember) Off to enjoy my weekend! Fierce Styles , Family hang time and shooting is on the menu. Photographer: Silas Vassar Share This:

Like Wine.

Truth is I wore this look for Boston Fashion Week.   But, I’m Really considering  some high and low cuts for the holiday parties. This wine color  screams all sorts of Holiday without it being the common red and green hues. This is a vintage home made dress(Seams undone, no tags) Love Love Love these type of pieces.  I feel like they were made with love.  Any who, besides holiday looks like THIS or THIS you can go a little sexy.  Get creative if you have to.  A kimono or an actual robe maybe?  I dunno but, grown and sexy is acceptable and so necessary for the appropriate holiday festivities.   Save the ugly sweaters for the company parties.  If you don’t know or remember, my rule for myself is to never wear my outfit the same way twice. It’s not exciting and doesn’t allow me to maximize my wardrobe(The reason I barely have to shop) Denim Vest/ Wrap dress/ Purse- Vintage Earrings_ H&M(old) Lipstick MAC “Cyber” Shoes(BCBG) old   Share This: