Inspire creativity in the workplace when the holidays are done by showing your colleagues how unique your sense of fashion is at the office holiday party. While most will opt for simple black dresses or expected holiday colours, go with a slightly more stand-out look by taking our runway look by Pucci and making it your own.
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This time of year, many of us are attending functions for charity, fundraisers, and events. Whether you are simply invited to the event as a guest, or have a role in the charity, dressing for such an event can meet somewhere in the middle of cocktail formal and professional dressy. The best bet this time of year? A simple, gorgeous, rich-hued dress that blends conservative with chic.
For our neighbours to the south, Thanksgiving is that big holiday where families and friends gather and after which the Christmas season is said to begin. With the upcoming holiday in the US, our styling American counterparts are going to need something to wear for the festivities. Whether you’re going home to see family, or having a gathering with your favourite people, this runway look is sure to inspire gratitude and won’t break the bank.
Add some glamour to the second most important meal of the day, because if you can’t have breakfast you should definitely go all out for brunch. We love nothing more than a weekend afternoon spent brunching with friends, over a mimosa or two and in high style. While you don’t want to go as formal as you would for dinner, have some fun with your brunch look because a little glamour before noon has never hurt a soul.
While fall fashion is our favourite autumn sport, a crisp Sunday outdoor football game is arguably one of the best things about the season. Mixing the two is an even better way to play, picking cozy fall pieces that will keep you warm, comfortable, and keep you from blending into the crowd (never what a fashion champion goes for).
You have your eye on the prize, and the job you want will be that much closer to being yours if you look and dress the part. We know your style sense won’t take a hiatus for this big moment in your career, so follow our runway inspired lead for this favourite what to wear inspiration. The season’s trends can work for a professional look, too.
Yes, there’s a grey area in fashion this fall — in fact, many areas and shades of grey being worn together. Like the tone on tone black textural looks we’ve seen on runways falls previous, designers showed the same concept but in cozy grey hues for this season. To keep a potentially boring hue from looking too, well, boring, it’s all in the detail and luxurious materials. Modern, edgy styling never hurt either and we’ve found it with this runway look and pieces to copy it.
Give thanks this Thanksgiving in a fashionable look inspired by the Oscar De La Renta runway and seen recently on actress Dianna Agron in New York. (Though the milder NYC temps allowed the blonde starlet to don her version sleevelessly). While you may be dreading the around-the-table where you have to say what you’re thankful for, you certainly won’t dread getting dressed in this luxe look. Just remember — “food, friends and family” is always a safe bet.
The countdown is on, and we don’t mean to scare you but it’s nearing outerwear-ing time. We aren’t upset about the prospect of needing added warmth this season with the yummy candy-hued coats on the horizon, though. This trend was one of the biggest on the runways for fall and winter, so get ready to purchase a topper in your favourite pale shade.
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