Tags: christmas, holiday, Style Syllabus

For an easy standout holiday party look, go for a monochromatic ensemble.  You don’t always have to match exactly, try mixing different hues and textures. You’ll avoid straining your eyes trying to compare fabric colors and create an instantly interesting outfit for your next holiday soiree.


GET THE LOOK: River Island Camisole | Ralph Lauren Cargo Pant | Tahari Arthur Plus Size Shawl | Velvet Pointy Toe Pump 

NYE is approaching, so why not break out the bubbly a little early with this blush champagne inspired look?  Add luxe textures like a silk top and velvet heel for a festive feel. Just loosely tuck the cami into the pant and layer with a sophisticated shawl to complete the look. 


GET THE LOOK: City Chic Wrap Coat | Layfette Pleated Wool Dress | Aerosoles Patent Heel | Beaded Silver Drop Earrings

Go a more trendy oxblood with this color option than a berry bright red. The dress and heel are almost the same color, but look completely distinct in different textures. As a finishing touch layer on this gorgeous faux fur collared wrap coat to stay warm and cozy for evening caroling.

Forest Green

GET THE LOOK: Kiyonna Maxi Dress | Giuseppe Zanotti Fringe Bootie | Kenneth Kole Gold Drop EarringsChloé Crossbody Bag 

Take inspiration from the outdoors with deep rich greens throughout your look. Stay comfortable all night long in this wrap maxi dress option from City Chic, and (semi) practical Giuseppe lace-up booties.  Add a final touch of sparkle with this chic drop earring. A great look for a busy hostess. 


GET THE LOOK: Marina Rinaldi Pleated Blouse | Eileen Fischer Pencil Skirt | Vince Camuto Ivory Pump | Pearl Clip On Earrings

You can’t go wrong in timeless white.  Yes, even after labor day. Mix in some creams and ivories to warm up this winter wonderland look. 

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