Holiday Sparkle: So many options

. December 1, 2017.
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Holiday season fashion is a cornucopia of fabulous looks that define trends and can run the gamut from that perfect little updated black dress to getting ready to flee the winter scene in places of warmth and sunshine.

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Ready to get on the plane with a warm weather look – great for
Florida

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The perfect casual look – always with an edge.

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Your days are hectic, no need for your wardrobe to be – a great look for all those holiday errands.

If a new coat is in your future, choose plush piling or a dramatic cape. The looks we show here are from Amy’s Allie, Elegant Rags and Vivian Cate.

You want to be seen and this is the outfit

Red is the dominant color and teal and purple are also holiday favorites. Of course, velvet is used in many outfits. Military looks are strong as are leopard prints. No holiday is complete without sequins on skirts, tops or accents.

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A beautiful coat is a must especially when paired with the perfect after five look.

Lots of glitz for the holidays and you can make a scene with this fabulous cape

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