So girls, have you find what you’re going to wear tonight? If not, here are five new outfits I have created lately for all of you who are having difficulty finding the right look for tonight’s Christmas Eve party or family dinner.
The first one is made of metallic colors and sequins to respect the holiday theme. As you can see, the orange brick goes perfectly with gold, cream and navy so try it out tonight and lighten the room up.
The second look is inspired by a super classic and chic woman and one of my favorite designers, Carolina Herrera. She is one of those who knows how to rock a simple white shirt either by pairing it with pants or skirts and so for the festive season I opted for a satin high-waisted skirt for an extra feminine twist. However, the key piece of this look is definitely this amazing coat from H&M than can be worn as a dress too. I really love it. I went for gold metallic pumps as they seemed the right color to make this outfit even more festive.
This is a perfect festive all-black look actually, the best I have created in a while. The lace bodysuit has something to do with it!
Unlike the little black dress, all-black ensembles have never been very appealing to me as I love every piece of my outfit to stand out and be noticeable. In all-black looks it is quite difficult to distinguish what is what and in order to make your outfit more interesting, playing with fabrics and shapes is necessary. Here I used satin, lace and faux fur and the result is really satisfactory.
After black, red, gold, nude, cream, gold and white here comes an all-blue ensemble for women who simply don’t want to play it safe or traditional for this year’s holiday season.
Lucy Mecklenburgh was seen wearing this dress a few days ago.
The last look of the day is the most classic and easy to pull off. To dress up a white shirt, pair it with a pair of metallic blue pleated pants and throw a faux-fur navy coat over your shoulders. Opt for gold to accessorize the look by wearing a timeless pair of pumps in metallic gold and go for a minimum of jewelry by picking out a statement necklace.
Merry Christmas guys!