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STYLE | Holiday Style

Cynthia Steffe lace dress.
Cynthia Steffe lace dress.

There is no denying that the holidays are the time to have fun with your wardrobe.  It’s your chance to shine and have your own red carpet moments.  It’s not often that the average person gets a chance to get dressed up for special events.  So grab the moment to sparkle and shine for the season.  Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa, it’s one of the most fun-filled times of the year.  

Herve Leger Shayla foil dress.
Herve Leger Shayla foil dress.

A fit and flare style in any colour or fabric looks good on most figures.  The great thing about this silhouette is it gives a woman some shape by highlighting her waist and hides the curves in hips and thighs that many women want to conceal.  At the same time it has the ability to add the illusion of hips for a woman who is lacking curves.  Choose this style in a metallic like silver and gold or opt for colours like red, emerald or blue.  If you want to keep it simple stick with classic black.

Lace and contrast details are a hot trend this season.  Lace dresses with a natural underlining will give the illusion of wearing nothing underneath creating that aura of sex appeal.  If you want to up the ante squeeze into a body hugging dress like Herve Leger’s signature bandage dress style that wraps the body so tight you can barely eat anything while wearing one.  Don’t forget to wear your Spanx with these styles.

Add drama by choosing statement accessories.  Big gold necklaces, chandelier earrings and bracelets are how you complete your look for party season.  Finish it off with a jeweled clutch purse and a pair of pointed toe shoes.

Herve Leger dress.
Herve Leger dress.
Photo courtesty: Fab Fashion Fix
Statement necklaces will add the perfect touch to anything you wear over the holidays.  Photo courtesy: Fab Fashion Fix
Schutz Black Pearl Ankle Strap pump.
Schutz Black Pearl Ankle Strap pump.
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