It’s the most wonderful time of the year – holiday party season! If you haven’t already, it’s time to put your most fashionable foot forward in preparation for gift exchanges with your best friends, family gatherings, festive brunch dates, boozy ugly sweater parties and of course, New Years Eve. While it’s possible to stay safe and on the chic side with a little black dress or a matching set, holiday dressing doesn’t have to be so cut and dry! In challenging you to take the plunge this season and switch up your typical look, we’ve rounded up some amazing suggestions from one of our most fashionable ambassadors for the days where you’re feeling stumped on just what to wear to brunch, the Sunday after Christmas or to a more elegant New Years Eve affair! Keep scrolling for inspiration and to see even more of Diana’s great looks, give her a follow on Instagram.
Autumn Colors in Winter
For this look I put together an outfit that’s appropriate for brunch with friends or a nice dinner date with your significant other. I love the how effortless a turtleneck dress is, yet at the same time it makes quite the statement. I chose to pair it with burgundy thigh highs to bring a pop of color, and also thought it was the perfect dark shade as we transition to the colder months. I went with a black and white handbag because of how its accent tones goes along with the outfit itself. Lastly, I threw on a camel peacoat for outerwear. The neutral shade just compliments the other colors and brings the whole attire together.
Ugly Sweater Party
The title says it all. This year I decided to be a little more festive, and purchase a sweater that represents the Christmas spirit all month long. Also, look how adorable this little Santa is! I didn’t want to go crazy with the accessories since the design on the sweater was already so jolly. Hence, the red beret that matches Santa’s outfit and the grey ruffle knee-highs that coincidentally matches the tone of the sweater!
Elegant New Year Eve
For my final look, I decided to put together an outfit for New Year’s Eve. It all started with the poofy skirt that I was for sure I wanted to incorporate. From there, I added an off-shoulder top that’s sexy yet classy. And of course, it couldn’t be New Year’s Eve without a little bling and this minimal statement necklace adds the right about of sparkle!