The presents are wrapped, your holiday plans are made, but what are you going to wear?! Get inspired by the best fashion blogger looks of the season! These girls know how to style any color, print, or silhouette, so it’s no wonder we look to them in such times of need.
Think festive colors – Stephanie Sterjovski of SS Life + Style paired this beautiful emerald midi skirt with a black turtleneck for a subtle, charming outfit. Emerald, crimson, pale blue, silver, and gold are the basis of the perfect Christmas palette. Take the hues you might find on your Christmas tree and go a shade darker to make it a bit dressier. Top it all off with pretty embellishments, and you’re ready for the party!
Go monochrome – Get super festive like Grace Olivia of Dorothy And Olive and rock sparkly, flashy sequins! If you’re going to wear the same color head-to-toe, stick to similar shades that all share the same warm or cool undertones. Solid coloring works best if you go for heavy on top, light on bottom. Think chunky sweaters tucked into slim pencil skirts.
Elevate your denim – Dylana of Dylana/Suarez does denim with such an effortless casual-cool that we think we could wear her looks just about anywhere. If jeans are your go-to choice for family holidays, pair them with a dressy top and booties or chunky heels. The top will make you feel more festive, and if you choose a peplum style, you’ll have plenty of leeway to eat anything you want! Side note: maybe save ripped jeans for a friends-only party if you want to avoid snarky comments from the elderly relatives.
Opt for lace details – Olivia of What Olivia Did truly looks like a snow fairy in a clean white dress against black accessories. Stand out in a sea of sparkles and shiny fabrics by sticking to a sweet lace silhouette. Black or white lace is the easiest to pull off, and the most guaranteed to stay holiday-appropriate.
Swap your skirt for shorts – We’re convinced Mal of Ready Two Wear knows how to make edgy outfits look totally pretty, judging by this all-black, lace-accented ensemble! If shorts are more suited for your level of comfort, stick to darker neutrals and pair with tights and statement jewelry for that winter-ready appearance. Top it off with a vibrant blazer for that extra pop of color.
Rock the mini – A bodycon mini dress doesn’t have to look over-the-top. Velvet fabric and matching accessories give Ashleigh of The Daleigh‘s festive mini a winter-glam vibe. If you dare to go for the shorter hemline, keep it sophisticated with long sleeves and a high neckline.
Show some ankle – Maybe a dress is too fussy for your taste. We suggest throwing on a comfy pair of capris instead. We love how Beatrice of The Fashion Cuisine styled her tailored pants with a clean, tucked-in blouse. Don’t have capris? Nail this look by rolling your favorite skinny jeans and pairing them with a blazer and slip-ons.
Mix prints – It was hard to choose one look to feature from Natalie of Natalie Off Duty because, let’s be honest, each one is better than the last. With this look, we can take a couple tips from the queen of print mixing. Pick one print with a neutral base, like black or navy, and go crazy with the other one. Florals and stripes can be dazzling if done right. Mix and match until you know what works for you!