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An End and a Beginning: 2013 Holiday Party Fashion

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We’re just entering into the season of shimmery, glittery cocktail dresses, gorgeous makeup, and some of the best parties of the year. The holidays offer numerous chances to celebrate through reflecting on a past year and entering into a new beginning. To look your best this holiday season, plan your outfits in advance, so you’re not scrambling an hour before a party to achieve that perfect look. You’ll be much more likely to achieve it if you’re prepared. Take advantage of Black Friday sales to acquire the pieces you need. Also consider the full look as you shop for outfits. What hair extensions, makeup, accessories, shoes, and outerwear would be best? Shop for it all.


The holidays are an excellent time to update your look or schedule that appointment for regular maintenance. The season is busy, so plan in advance where to fit in that appointment. As you’re planning your holiday party hairstyles, consider that hair extensions may give you the glamour you need to elevate your look to holiday party status. Try out our Straight Colored Fusion Hair for that long sleek do' you've been yearning to have. Practice your hairstyles and extension placement far in advance of the parties to give yourself a chance to figure out how best to wear them


While clothes shopping, consider the weather and atmosphere of your typical parties. If you live in a cold-weather climate, be sure to have the needed outerwear, so you can stay comfortable while looking good. Cocktail dresses may require nylons or tights. Choose sleek dresses in classic cuts with a bit of shimmer. A small cardigan in a neutral color or a classic pea coat might be appropriate clothing to keep warm. Low boots, solid pumps, or a glittery heel are great footwear.


The holidays are a great time to lay on the accessories, because party-goers expect glamour, and it’s the season for adorning things with ornaments. Stay away from cheesy, Christmas-themed jewelry unless you’re going to an ugly sweater-party, and choose instead items that have some glitz to them. Many holiday parties take place in the evening, and jewelry that glitters by candlelight is always a good choice. Don’t overdo it. A few key pieces are quite enough to capture the eye and draw it to your face. Earrings, a necklace, and bracelet are probably some of your best options. A clutch in an artfully contrasting color is also a great element.
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