Having trouble deciding what to wear for the holiday season?
You’re not the only one because many women don’t know what to wear for the holidays until last minute when there may not be a lot of sales going on in stores or you may not find exactly what you’re looking for.
Today’s post will give you insight into what is trending this year during the holiday season and where you can find some of these outfits, so that you can look glam-fabulous this season!
Leather is in right now so don’t hesitate to bring out one of your favorite leather dresses and wear it out. Or if you don’t have a lot of money and are trying to stay on budget, you can always purchase a faux leather dress and still look sophisticated and you’ll get the look that you were going for at a cheaper price.
I live in Missouri, so it gets pretty cold during the holidays. If you live in a state where it gets icy, snowy, and cold like me, you can match your leather dress with a nice colored cardigan and/or tights with booties so that you can look haute and still manage to stay warm.
If for some reason you don’t like to wear dresses and prefer to wear a skirt or pants, you can. There are leather pants that are specially tailored or are made out of spandex material so that women of all shapes and sizes can wear.
Sequins are always a good trend to keep in your closet because you can wear them anytime throughout the year.
Sparkly sequins are typically worn during the holiday season (usually during New Year’s) because that’s the time when most women want to steal compliments from strangers and welcome the new year.
White represents pure and is always a good color to have for special occasions. I enjoy to wear this color because it compliments my Mexican skin tone color. I do understand that this color may not appeal to many people, but I encourage you to try different styles that come in the color white to see what outfits best fit with your body and skin tone color.
The dress that I wore in the picture to the left I wore to recruitment this year for our pref party.
Good luck finding your outfit for the holiday season.
‘Tis the season!