Hello my beautiful people! As I said last week on the blog, Hera from FormalDressAustralia had invited me to write four posts about formal dresses. Last week I spoke and gave some tips about the famous Little Black Dress, today I talk about dresses for the holidays. It will not be much for Christmas and the New Year, so we have to be at our best. So I picked some of my favorite dresses and I leave you some tips that perhaps help you in your choice for the perfect dress for a Christmas party or New Year.
Dressing up for holiday parties can be one of the fun parts of the season. Why not make a bang this year with classic holiday clothing and accessories? The following tips will help you find the most flattering holiday clothing to make your family parties and seasonal events go even more smoothly.
1.Choose festive prints and color schemes for fun. The trick to looking polished for a holiday party is to wear dressy pieces, such as metallic knits and cashmere sweaters, which are not necessarily related to a specific holiday.
2.Look for sparkly details. The holidays are a time when you can pull off dressier looks, such as sequined cardigans, metallic knits and cashmere sweaters. You can also look for holiday cardigans with rhinestone buttons or satin button-ups to pair with dress pants or skirts.
3.Go for the gold. Holiday occasions are perfect for wearing clothing, footwear and accessories in metallic shades. Gold heels add class to a black sequined cardigan or party dress. Silver necklaces and earrings also brighten up darker colors and add a festive touch.
4.Throw on accessories. Even if your outfit is neutral, a black party dress looks stunning with a brightly-colored pashmina or shawl, and sparkly jewelry always adds a bit of glamour. Gold heels can accent red scarves, hats and gloves. Just be careful not to overwhelm your outfit with too many accessories, especially if they are bold. One statement piece is really all you need.
Hope you liked the tips and don’t forget to see more formal dresses online. Have a good week my lovelies!