Holiday Season Outfits 19/20

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While in London two weeks ago, one of the things I enjoyed doing was window shopping. Now, I get the perks of e-shopping, but in my book it’s still best to go outdoors and look at inspiring, jaw-dropping shop windows and feel that awe to the core of every cell in my body! Therefore, I seized the opportunity to marvel at all those beautiful holiday season outfits. And there were plenty. I saw many short dresses in sparkling sequins like last year, lots of velvet maxi dresses, and several outfits with bright, vibrant colors. On that account, I thought I should share with you some alternatives featured in the High Street shops, because the holidays are coming…

A dark blue velvet jumpsuit ideal for a night out! Image via Pure Collection.
Pure Collection. Dark blue velvet in a jumpsuit! Need I say more…?

Now, there’s no question that the shop windows of those high end brands were beautiful. The outfits were gorgeous, meant to make you feel like a million dollar babe, but honestly some of the price tags gave me a dizzy spell. Thank goodness though, there are plenty of more affordable options in High Street shops that won’t break the bank, unless you’re great at saving up for that one-of-a-kind outfit.

Moreover, I’m enjoying the perks of a more trendless fashion era I discuss in my post about this year’s fashion trends. That is mainly because last year’s fashion is this year’s fashion too. All you have to do is tweak your outfits a little and voila; you’ll be able to re-invent your own wardrobe and not feel out-dated.

Anyway, fashion’s love affair with sequins continues on. Hence, most outfits found in the various High Street shops have sequins. Interestingly enough, I also saw more velvet outfits than the previous years. They came in different colors, but to be honest my favorite colors are always the jewel toned ones and black. On this note, let me add that although I love velvet, I don’t like crushed velvet. Generally speaking, I don’t think it is as elegant. Hence, the risk of a crushed velvet outfit looking “cheesy” is usually too big for me. But, that’s my very personal point of view on this.

So, without further ado, let the show begin…

Three women in holiday season outfits. A black jumpsuit, a black satin pant-suit or a silver sequin maxi dress. Take a pick. Image via M&Co.
M&Co. A jumpsuit, a pant suit or dress?! What’s your style?
A handsome couple dressed up in holiday outfits. He's wearing a black suite, she's wearing a velvet dress with shears and black glittering high pumps. Image via Dune.
Dune London. An outfit is never complete without the right shoe.
What a beautiful green color of velvet is this pant-suit! Very festive and chic. Image via Dorothy Perkins.
Dorothy Perkins.
A maxi dress with some shears that give it a glamorous look. Perfect for the holidays. Image via Miss Selfridge.
Miss Selfridge.
A short sleeve knee high dress with sequins in a zebra inspired pattern - perfect for the holidays. Image via M&Co.
M&Co. A zebra inspired dress in sequins.
A festive outfit with a black layer jacket, black top, sequin striped skirt, black opaque tights and black ankle boots. Image via M&Co.
A soft purple gray sequin dress like this one is perfect for the holiday season. Image by Wallis.
An all pleat golden dress for the holiday season! image by Wallis.
No rules against wearing white during the holiday season, right?! Two women dressed in off white dresses. On the left a color blocked black top white bottom dress. On the right, a cami looking creamy white dress under an off white faux fur. Image via Miss Selfridge.
Miss Selfridge.
Two women drinking a glass of wine and socializing in party outfits. The one on the right is wearing a black sequin top I really like. Image via Pure Collection.
Pure Collection. A black sequin top like this is a keeper. It will go along with you for a long, long time.

I hope these outfits sparked your imagination.

I also wish you a Happy Thanksgiving Day tomorrow!


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  • Oh my goodness, this is literally what I’m doing tonight. Looking for outfits for the holiday season! Thank you for the inspo. So nice to see that velvet is also popular in fashion (as well as in interiors). Not sure I can pull it off though.. 😛

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