5 Holiday Fashion Trends

It’s the holiday season, which means twinkling lights, hot drinks, and festive parties. How do you keep the spirit of the season in your party-going attire without losing your own sense of flair? Here are five style tips that are sure to make your wardrobe merry and bright:


Reflect the Christmas lights throughout the city with your own sequin dress. Sequin mini-dresses were popular last year, and this year it’s all about the long-sleeve, knee-length look. It accentuates the hips and slims your overall appearance by reflecting light, making you the most eye-catching one in the room.

Slip Dress

The slip dress trend from the fall is rolling over to celebrate the holiday season with us. A silky slip dress in white or black gives you a sexy, chic look while keeping it classy. Match it with stockings and an oversized jacket to keep you warm and spruce up the trend in your own way. For a more casual event, wear a dark denim jacket with a slip for a unique holiday look.

Leather and Lace

It’s common for people to wear white lace during the holidays, and it’s also common to wear a leather skirt or pants—but what if you mix the two? A lace top gives you the feel of formalwear while the leather skirt creates a flattering edginess. Add dangly earrings to draw attention to the lace neckline and to festive holiday makeup. Pair with boots or heels and you’re ready to own whatever party you attend.

Red Silk

Everyone’s favourite Christmas friend is Santa—so why not wear an outfit that embodies the spirit of Mr. Claus himself? Opting for a red silk dress or blouse is a sexy, stylish way to be festive. Match it with a bomber jacket or a half-sweater to accentuate your waist. Wear boots for a more casual look and switch to heels as the eggnog flows throughout the night.

Little Black Dress

You can never go wrong with a little black dress, especially when you’re going to a holiday party and aren’t sure what to wear. Whether it’s a work or family event, a black dress is appropriate and flattering. Find a dress with a cold-shoulder—its trending this holiday season and will keep you cool next to the blazing fire. Add a thin belt or festive jewellery to add some flair and make it your own.

Spread some holiday cheer while showing off your fashion style and you’ll be the talk of every party!

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