Chic Party looks for the holidays


The holiday season is an excellent time for glamor, thanks to the excitement of glittering evenings, the romantic glow of glittering lights and the vast potential of an approaching new year. And with the social cycle in full swing, the best part of every party is the excuse to dress up. It's less about dress codes, and more about taking & # 39; extra time to spoil, sniff and feel your absolute best. Discover three simple yet magnificent ways to re-align your "get out" style. From a new towel to an iconic liquid silk slip, these elegant updates guarantee you will look and feel great –rejoice for that.


The Tux inspired dress

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Tuxedo dressing is always a good idea, but if interpreted as a gown, the concept feels especially fresh. Consider it no more than men's clothing you formally essential: the paint of a classic tux combined with a feminine twist is cool and sophisticated in a floor-length column silhouette. Take it a step further with unexpected winter white and a dramatic slit.


    The ultra-refined coat

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    Take a quick look as you travel from one holiday composition to the next by relying on an extraordinary piece of outerwear. Here, leather provides an elegant, luxurious update to the classic trench. This buttery, outfit-transforming coat, dressed up or down, will be your MVP all season long.

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    The fat slip

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    The glamor of a slip dress is twofold: first, it offers effortless elegance reminiscent of the 90's glamor at its best. Second, it feels like you're wearing a nightgown. Touch bold with a statement red statement for the holidays, and pull a tuxedo jacket over your shoulders to start the evening. You can always sand it down as soon as the dance-on-table part of the evening is underway.

    STATED BY CASSIE ANDERSON, HER BY PANOS PAPANDRIANOS, MEETING BY CHRISTINE CHERBONNIER

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