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3 Perfect Looks for a Packed Holiday Season

Since the holidays are about coming together with family, how much time do you really want to spend making sure your outfit comes together? Whether you’re running around in a messy bun picking out gifts before the big day, enjoying a holiday dinner with your extended family, or dressing up for a Christmas cocktail soiree, here are a few looks to inspire your wardrobe and stay stylish this holiday season. Below you’ll find three easy outfit recipes to ensure your spectacular holiday looks don’t take a spectacular amount of time.
 
FAMILY DINNER

I always take family events as an opportunity to have a little fun with my look. Print mixing leopard with polka-dots and adding the extra element of a pearl-detailed sweater makes this look both elegant and playful, especially with red fringed earrings and easy leather slides.

RUNNING ERRANDS

I’ve always heard not to mix brown with black, but a cognac leather bag warms up this look perfectly. You’ll keep cozy dashing in and out of stores in the perfect teddy bear pullover while staying on trend in wearable athleisure. Don’t forget the pom-pom hat!

COCKTAIL PARTY

After all of the running around, it’s time to dress up. Velvet has been huge this fall and winter season, so take your formalwear to the next level with a sophisticated hunter green velvet frock. It pairs beautifully with an animal print bag and your favorite black heels—the perfect amount of sparkle and shine, especially with a deep red or plum lip to bring the look together.

Take these ideas to your local Style Encore and look for pieces that evoke the look you’re going for at much lower prices than your standard retailer. Velvet, animal print, statement jewelry and faux or real leather flats are this season’s key pieces to keeping your holiday outfits up to date and on trend. After spending months picking out the perfect gifts for your family and friends, don’t forget to spend a little time on you!

Blog Post By: Chelsea Lankford