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FashionWhat To Wear To This Season’s Most Anticipated Parties

What To Wear To This Season’s Most Anticipated Parties

What To Wear To This Season’s Most Anticipated Parties
By Philippine Tatler
December 03, 2018

The holiday season is a whirlwind of parties. One moment you’re with family bonding over a sumptuous dinner, the next day you’re out with tipple in hand. Before you get to the fun part though, you’ll have to go through the agony of building looks for the countless parties on your calendar. But you’re more than ready for that, aren’t you?

Whether it’s an intimate dinner or a massive fete, the secret to a non-boring outfit lies in exuberance. Don’t be afraid to layer wild prints, vibrant colors, bold textures, and big jewels. Attention is the only consequence of wearing these striking, spirited looks.

1/5High shine

Sparkle is the symbol of the holidays, so it’s only right to celebrate with a splash of sparkle. This iridescent outfit will make you look like a captivating disco ball. It’s already a statement up there, so pair it with a simple yet playful skirt.

Glitter dress, Topshop; white pleated skirt, Harlan + Holden; necklace, Les Nereides

2/5Euphoric Bliss

Prints never go out of style. Before you take that safari-inspired print out of your closet though, consider unique and more vibrant prints instead. It’s already wild out there, anyway.

Blazer, Topshop; rose ring and bangles, Les Nereides

3/5Heavy metal

You can never go wrong with black, but come on, it’s the holidays! If you insist on wearing something black, don’t be afraid to add a dose of shimmer. Instead of a full on glitter, opt for a more metallic shine.

Dress, Warehouse; heels, Stuart Weitzman

4/5Crimson peak

Silk often evokes hot summer days spent on a balcony overlooking the vast sea. This delicate material exudes luxury and elegance. It’s just the right garment to make you feel like royalty. Wear it like you mean it!

Red robe, Topshop; blue cover-up, Dorothy Perkins; rings, Les Nereides

5/5Royal blues

The best thing about the holidays is the slightly cooler breeze that permits layering. Although clothes made for the cold weather are either too cozy or too restricting, find your way around it: Choose light garments in bold colors and play around with layers.

Turtleneck, poncho, and pants, all Marks and Spencer; rings, Les Nereides


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