Good Morning + Happy 21st Day of Blogmas!
Today, I am back with Angie from Indulge Your Inner Foodie for the final installment of our three-part holiday series…and we’ve saved the best for last!
I wanted the last look to be a fancy, elegant, and classic one! I purposely chose a more conservative dress + strayed away from the traditional pops of red to play with the most underrated Christmas color: green! Though it’s simple, I can promise that this outfit will be turning heads the moment you enter the room. 🙂
Calvin Klein Color Blocked Metallic Gown – I adore this dress. The high neckline, empire waist, and longer, fuller skirt will make for a flattering fit for most women.
Legalisen Drop Earrings – I used pops of red in the last two looks, so I thought it’d be fun to switch it up + incorporate some green. These tear drop earrings are simple, but bring just the right amount of bling to the outfit!
Anne Klein Drama Crystal Toggle Bracelet – This gold + crystal bracelet adds a little bit of bling to the wrist without being too distracting.
Badgley Mischka Piper Satin D Orsay Pumps – I debated a statement heel, but since the dress is so long, I opted for a simple black satin pump with a fun ruffled feather detail!
Sasha Satin Bow Clutch – For me, a clutch must not be *too* small. I love the design + size of this one. It’s big enough to carry everything you may need, but small enough to lay on your lap.
Butter London British Racing Green Nailpolish – This dark, hunter green polish is a refreshing change from the traditional red Christmas manicure + perfectly compliments this outfit.
Milani Black Cherry Lipstick – I thought that a darker bordeaux lip color would be the best shade to bring the pop of drama I was I was looking for – helping to tie the whole look together.
I SO wish I had a fancy holiday party/gala to attend because I’d go buy this outfit in a minute! 🙂
Have you been to any black tie holiday parties this season? What did you wear?
What is one of your favorite hors d’oeuvres?