Monday, December 20


There is never a better time than Christmas to exercise some winter glam. Whether you wear all these items together or rock them separately, you will be set for the season and stand out at every event you attend!

Black nail polish on the weekend - Add a little extra polish and class to every look with a dark shade of nail colour; OPI polish in an onyx hue is perfect! I am also loving matt finished nails, they add such an edge to complete an outfit. For the winter, deep colours look the best against pale skin and will help you feel your best. So remember don’t neglect your manicure, even if it’s just one you give yourself.
Red lipstick at the office partyInstantly amp up any outfit with a shot of crimson lip stain; It is absolutely the look of the season. Keep the rest of your make-up simple, just a little blush and mascara. It will compliment any outfit you choose for your work party, so get ready to rock it up!
Bow belt on Christmas Eve  Add a touch of sweetness to your look with a bow waist clincher. Wearing a gorgeous full skirt, black top, tights and knee-high boots with the belt as a cherry on top. Trust me; it’s simple to put together and a utterly winning combination.
Glittery headband for Christmas Day - Christmas Day is pretty low key, but don’t forget your glam extra! A glittery headband will make your basic Christmas outfit look look simply sublime. 
Of course that perfect cocktail dress for New Years EveIt’s the one day of the year where its okay to overdose on glamour. Pick out a perfect cocktail dress that makes you feel like a million dollars. You can't go wrong with French Connection their collection of dresses are simply perfect for New Years Eve, as a matter of fact I purchase mine from there just the other day! This moonriver moire dress has a round neckline, long fitted sleeves, a concealed zip and hook fastening at back and all-over sequin embellishment. Pair this stunning frock with a sleek up-do, pendant earrings for festive fashion and some sky high platform to bring in the New Year fabulously!

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