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POPPING THE PARTY SEASONS

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As 2018 comes to an end, we are flooded with social meet-ups, family dinners, and holiday party invites. All these festive activities triggers our best dressed with a little more than our usual outfits. We've rounded up 3 key pieces that are simple but (and throw in tips on how to style them) will still rock your instaposts for your upcoming festive celebrations. Let's scroll through!


Party in Denims
GREAT NEWS! You can ditch those tight, unbreathable dresses. Who ever said party looks cannot  be comfortable? Dress your flared denims with velvet or silky tops to highlight that jolly holiday mood.
Street Style shot by Collage Vintage@camillecharriere


Velvet bodysuit, Forever 21.
Bootcut jeans, Zara.
Belt, Lovestrength
Accessories, Saint Peter
Strappy heels, Public Desire

Silk blouse, M by Mischa
Flared jeans, Zara.
Necklace, Mango.
Bangle and bracelet, Saint Peter.
Heeled sandals, Winston Smith



You can also pair your skinny jeans with a maxi dress to challenge your conventional styling (we're spicing things up for the holidays). Don't forget to accessorize and sparkle.

Inspo, The Cut.
Earrings and skinny jeans, Pomelo. 
Pumps, Winston Smith. 




Sweater Weather
That mainstream tagline is here for a reason -- 'cause sweaters are and always will be the must-haves of holiday season. Oversized sweaters go very well with midi skirts, whether it's pencil or flared. For an on-trend look, try to put on a pair of cowboy boots. Effortless yet still trendy.

Grey sweater, Mango. 
Striped flare skirt, American Holic by Stripe Japan
Cowboy boots, Zara. 

Leopard sweater, Stradivarius. 
Pencil skirt, Curated First. 





Blinging Things
Why not add a bit of sparkle to celebrate your journey throughout the year? Steal the spotlight by adding sparkles to your eye makeup, complement them with a bejeweled necklace and keep the rest of the look simple.
Dress, Day And Night.
Strappy heel, Sam Edelman.
Necklace, Aidan & Ice.


This post is written by Ninette Marasuchi, a girl obsessed with fashion and style. You can reach out to her at her email or follow her on Instagram.

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