There are so many people in the world. More than 7 billion, actually. Many people on this Earth equals many different styles. And while I can't list them all, I can certainly think of a few styles for the upcoming Christmas season, especially the parties.
People can most of the time rely on one style to take them into any party. Some people mix styles and make it work. My style would probably have to be the third outfit, more of a fun and a little more casual take on an prim and proper attire. Again, people are different, so different styles work for different people. Either way, any of these outfits would look fashionably chic at any party you choose to attend! Except for formal holiday parties, those are a different story.
The ensembles pictured below belong to four categories. In order, the outfit styles are traditional, casual, everyday formal, and bold.
I used the effect of makeup so each of these outfits can be solidified into their categories. I may not say it a lot, but makeup speaks volumes for an outfit. It creates a mood that sometimes accessories and shoes cannot achieve. Makeup compliments style, simple as that.
I cannot tell you how excited I am about these outfits! I would probably wear all of them, but I'm mostly leaning toward outfit number 3. What's your style?
If you fit into one of these categories, that's great! I'm hoping that one of these outfits will be right up your alley. If you don't, maybe it could be the time to experiment with a different style. It is almost the New Year, after all. Maybe you'll grow into it! If you prefer to stick to your normal style, altering the outfits below to fit your taste could work.
a plain skirt or a floral skirt), but I just included jeans in this outfit. I like including a color scheme in my outfits, so here, I stuck to a burgundy color palette, ranging from dark to light shades. The pearl earrings are just a fun addition to an otherwise structured outfit. One more thing, I am seriously crushing on these flats. They're everything I could want in a pair of flats: d'orsay and pointed toe. Together, this combination is unstoppable in a flat, and it's everything I look for in this particular type of shoe. Heels in the previously mentioned style work too. But it's a casual outfit, remember? That means no heels allowed!
A look such as this is hard to pull off in many cases. It doesn't mean achieving a fashionable bold look is impossible. The trick with bold outfits is to pair pieces carefully with others to attain a fashionable vivid look, ideal for mostly anywhere. Many people tend to stray away from the bold style because it is so hard to execute a look in this fashion. The outfit shown is more of a casual bold look. It's not done up particularly, but it would still be evident that the style is, in fact, very audacious. Boldness is shown in this outfit by including a big, heavy weighted (in the outfit) tote bag instead of a clutch, wristlet, envelope, or crossbody. Small bags would tend to be shown in an outfit like this, but instead, a trapeze tote was used. Surprise! I would like to note that the shoes worn with this outfit are boots. Not pumps, boots. Bold, right? I also used burgundy makeup to create a striking appearance on the face as well as the outfit. I especially love the phone case. Perfect for the holidays!
Now, creating outfits should be a little less stressful, now that there's an idea of what style to dress like. I find that I can get ready much more effectively when I have a theme or style in mind to get ready for parties. With this in mind, you can target a specific look to rock at a holiday party, and who knows? Maybe your lipstick could go for a test run!
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