Parties, entertaining, and the holiday fashions that go with it are here again. What are you going to wear to your holiday celebrations? Once again, I’ve gleaned the internet to bring you holiday fashions, ideas, and inspirations. Here are six exciting ways to dress for the holidays this year.
Celebrate in Style • 6 Holiday Fashions
Warm Reds & Glitter
Let’s start with this simple and elegant pant and sweater set coordinated with rose gold pumps. The burgundy with gold glitter top stunningly compliments the red pantalons. Add the skinny black patent leather belt to finish this warm holiday style.
The holidays are not complete without a black velvet dress. This one shows off a stunning geometric shoulder slit along with the vertical thigh-high slit in the skirt. This classic simplicity is paired with a shiny black clutch purse and sparkling gold sandals.
Frothy frills adorn this magical creation from the House of Chanel. This trapeze dress has a camellia and a bold yet lovely black ribbon tied at the bow of the neck. When the pearls are worn in piles, it’s unmistakably Chanel.
Active Holiday Fun
These models sport a very youthful look. The black silk bomber jackets pop with red stars and layers over a classic Disney theme shirt. The shiny black skinny pants blend with a sporty pair of black patent leather lace-up boots. This is all tied up with striking red and white belts.
Victoria Secret Lingerie
We must include Victoria Secret lingerie for holiday clothing inspiration. Could Gigi Hadid look anymore festive in this flowing cape of multiple festive colors adorned with silk tassels? This lacey red lingerie is a must-have for the holidays.
The Coziest Sweater
This design is by Jean Paul Gaultier and begins with a cozy cowl neck sweater of red and white that exudes with holiday cheer and warmth. This outfit is winter glam with the white, tight-fitting, flouncing skirt below and is rounded out with silvery white glittering heels.
I hope you’ve found inspiration in these fashion statements and I wish you the most glamorous holiday season ever.