Our fashion expert offers tips on how get your wardrobe for the spate of upcoming X-Mas and New Year parties.
Having Christmas and New Year’s eve around in a few days it must be nerve wrecking to even curate a look together to put your best foot forward. Well here are a few must haves that you should follow. Firstly a LBD (little black dress) never goes wrong and can be styled with a nice colourful bag and shoes to add a pop of color to the entire ensemble.
Secondly not all women like wearing revealing clothes. You can don a nice jumpsuit or a pair of pleated or embellished trousers with a nice top with minimal glitter, sequence or a nice silhouette. You can style up the whole look with accessories.
You can also stick to prints this season, there are so many beautiful prints that could be witnessed this season. Mix and match of prints if done right can literally add on so much style and confidence to the person carrying the whole look out.
Stick to pastels if bold isn’t your thing because its still in and is becoming the next neutral. So go ahead and grab the baby pinks, pastel blues, purples etc.
The must haves
Neon — Give a subtle kick to your entire look by adding on a pop of colour to your accessories such as bags, shoes, belts etc to hit the top notch.
Belted bags — paved its way back and look super cool and can be worn carried absolutely anything. It can be styled with an athleisure, a summer dress, a romper etc etc.
Shoes — neutral pumps are a must have in your wardrobe, goes with absolutely everything and subtle tone down the entire look and make you look classy.
Embellishments – embellished shoes, bags, belts etc add on so much more to your entire ensemble and makes it look chic.
The big no
Do not mix and match too many patterns in one ensemble. Just mixing two patterns does the right trick. too many will be chaotic. Makeup, minimal is best. Too many colours on the face will only make you look like a rainbow. Stick to minimal. The hair always does the magic, style it well. Follow these tips and you will emerge a fashion winner.