If you love fashion like me, then all you want for Christmas is a whole new wardrobe. Don’t worry about love! The perfect holiday dress will find you the perfect date! (If only such wishes came true.) In reality, the holidays can be overwhelming and expensive. Best advice? Have fun and keep it simple.
Alicia’s Holiday Fashion Must-Haves
Elevate red, the hottest hue from fall, with sequins and velvet to stop people in their tracks. No need to waste your nickels—red should already be in your wardrobe. And if you were keeping up this fall, you should already have those ruby boots in your closet, too.
Wear your whites proudly this winter in ruffled, or embroidered romantic dresses. Hunt through your summer wardrobe for that delicate beach maxi and revamp it with costume jewels and disco ball shoes.
Smooth as Satin
PJs and nighties are on trend this year, so much so that you can slip into bed seamlessly with a satin silk dress— and then stay in your overnights all day and all dinner long. Gift your family luxury pajamas: Victoria’s Secret silks for the ladies and stripes from Ralph Lauren for the men.
Comfort + Class
Trade in your tux for a velour suit or tuxedo dress if you’re hosting or want to one-up your husband’s co-workers at his office soiree. The velour suit will allow for ease and comfort after going deep into the turkey dinner. And the tux dress is boxy for a reason—there’s room for expansion. Speaking of comfy, if you’re skipping the party season to go on a cruise or hide away in a resort, North42 Fashion in Toronto’s Yorkville has the special collections needed to fill in the gaps in your resort wear.
About the Author
Alicia is the epitome of celebrity style having spent years in the ever-changing world of costume design where she worked on several high-profile television series’ including NBC’s Covert Affairs. As a self-taught seamstress and pattern maker, her early pursuits involved designing bridal and eveningwear for private clients. After completing her Bachelor’s in Education followed by […]Read Bio Read Posts